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On 4/7/2021 at 7:42 AM, KoHo said:

I've been wearing the dark golf lenses for a couple years now.

Nice. So, how are they? What do you like about them that is different than regular ones. Thanks 

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13 hours ago, DewSweeper09 said:

Nice. So, how are they? What do you like about them that is different than regular ones. Thanks 

The majority of the time I play is in full sunlight all year. A buddy of mine wears the regular golf lenses and when I tried them on, I just thought they were too bright for me in full sunlight. Overcast days would have been perfect though. The golf dark lenses are just slightly darker and that's why I chose them. I can also still see fine when playing late rounds at sunset.

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4 hours ago, KoHo said:

The majority of the time I play is in full sunlight all year. A buddy of mine wears the regular golf lenses and when I tried them on, I just thought they were too bright for me in full sunlight. Overcast days would have been perfect though. The golf dark lenses are just slightly darker and that's why I chose them. I can also still see fine when playing late rounds at sunset.

Good point. The regular prisms can be used on cloudy rainy days too as they’re not too dark.

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