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post #19 of 26

Dark grey polarized, single vision, don't think I could handle tri-focals playing.  No depth perception issues for me.

post #20 of 26

Just bought my first pair of Prescription Sunglasses and wore them a few weeks ago on annual golf trip to AZ.  Mine are polarized with dark grey lens.

 

Since I am far sighted,I could finally see my ball flight all the way in the sun. Definitely worth the investment and insurance paid most of cost.

post #21 of 26

As someone who's had both. Prescription sunglasses just OWN transitions. For one thing, they cover more area, so you don't end up with side glare. I just got a prescription pair of Oakley's, can't wait to try them out on the course. 

post #22 of 26
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As someone who's had both. Prescription sunglasses just OWN transitions. For one thing, they cover more area, so you don't end up with side glare. I just got a prescription pair of Oakley's, can't wait to try them out on the course. 
I just got a pair of prescription Oakley's as well. What frame and lens tint did you get?
post #23 of 26

 

 

These, pretty much as they look. I didn't get the option to have the lenses look shiny on the outside. So they have a more matte finish. I believe they have antiglare on both the outside and inside of the lenses so I don't get glare on the inside when the sun is behind me. 

post #24 of 26
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These, pretty much as they look. I didn't get the option to have the lenses look shiny on the outside. So they have a more matte finish. I believe they have antiglare on both the outside and inside of the lenses so I don't get glare on the inside when the sun is behind me. 
I got the exact same except different lenses. They're awesome, can't wait to try them out as well.
post #25 of 26

I wear contacts when I play, so that I can take my sunglasses on and off without hindering my ability to see. :)

 

My sunglasses are polarized, though.

post #26 of 26

I use to have progressive prescription sun glasses but didn't like the fact while driving that I still saw glare outside the car.   I switched to regular polarized prescription glasses which are great for driving a car but I think they do affect my depth perception on the golf course.    I just wear my regular bifocal glasses.    

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