Sunglasses for Golfing

From the tee to the green, the only thing that stands between you and your opponents is a couple of putts and maybe a stroke of good luck. In a game where consistency is key, the right pair of golf sunglasses can give you a leg up on the competition. Lenses made for a day on the golf course can neutralize outside factors (like the glaring sun) so you can see the ball more clearly.

Key Qualities of Golf Sunglasses:

  • Golfers spend long hours on the course, exposed to the sun’s damaging rays, so don’t forget your UV protection.
  • Finding the perfect fit is important when it comes to golf sunglasses. You need a pair that will stay put whether you’re putting or teeing off.

Lenses to Look For:

Amber Lenses

amber lenses for golf sunglasses
  • Increase depth perception
  • Aid in shape definition
  • Enhance shades of green and white

Shop Amber

Smoke Lenses

grey lenses for golf sunglasses
  • Reduce overall brightness on sunny days
  • Maintain color clarity
  • Reduce glare
  • Filter out blue light
  • Reduce eye strain on bright days

Shop Smoke

Polarized Lenses

polarized lenses for golf sunglasses
  • Increase definition and clarity across the green
  • Help detect changes in the land
  • Reduce glare off of water and the green

Shop Polarized

Yellow Lenses

yellow lenses for golf sunglasses
  • Improve focus by filtering out blue light
  • Increase contrast on cloudy days

Shop Yellow

For more on the benefits of different lenses, visit our Guide to Sunglass Tints.

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