Re: Contacts vs Glasses= Better ball striking?I wear contacts when I play golf. If I'm outside I pretty much always have my sunglasses on (macular degeneration runs in my family, and one of the best ways to help prevent it is to always protect your eyes from UV rays), so wearing my glasses outside really isn't an option. The contacts I have are toric lenses; they are weighted on one end to orient them the correct way. Because of my astigmatism and the resulting "flatness" of the front of my eyes, I have some brand of contacts that basically suction themselves to my eyes, and because of that they dry out very, very easily. Compound that with my bad allegies, and I can't see crap come afternoon-time. with my glasses, my orientation just is off compared to my contacts. I don't know why, but it just is. I know I could probably try to play with my glasses, but I'd rather have my sunglasses on and have everything look like I'm staring through waxpaper than not have my sunglasses on and have by balance be off.