Focus on Sundog eyewearMarch 9, 2012 Courses and Travel
Worn by Paula Creamer, they could help your golf too
This summer many golfers will turn to sunglasses in a bid to improve comfort and, in turn, scores out on the course.
Sports sunglasses manufactures Sundog have recognised this and have geared their 2012 Core Golf range to be the best on the market.
The stylish line not only protects your eyes from the sun’s harmful UV rays, they also help to bring your course to life in high definition thanks to clever light filtering lenses.
The company’s unique Mela Lens Technology incorporates a choice of a polarised lens, which help reduce glare off your irons, or a photochromatic (transition) lens, which changes colour as the light conditions alter on the course.
Consequently, less blue and green light is absorbed, meaning contrast is improved and details become sharper. The result is improved vision without the fatigue from straining your eyes as the natural light fades. Sundog achieved this feat by filtering out 98% of the dangerous blue light, which effectively reduces veiled glare impact.
Consequently, less blue and green light is absorbed, meaning contrast is improved and details become sharper.
Because the light is not blocked but filtered, colour balance is maintained. This aids golf tasks such as following a tee shot against a back-drop of trees and the sky, or searching for your ball in the rough.
Women’s world number 10 Paula Creamer is the brands chief endorser, while the firm are the recommended eyewear of the British PGA and have been official suppliers at The Open since 2002.
Prices start from £34.99 and can be found at a number of online golf stores, including www.shortgrass.co.uk