What's the difference between a good golfer and a great golfer? An edge. Our Vega Pro-Master™ golf sunglasses won't fix your slice or stop you from shanking the odd chip shot, but they will absolutely give you an edge on the course or any other outdoor environment where clarity, contrast and color rendering can help your performance.
It doesn't matter if you're playing the back nine at Mauna Kea or the front nine at your local city course, your vision is reflected on your scorecard. That's where the lens technology in our Vega Pro-Master™ golf sunglasses comes in. Our Pro-Master™ TriLenium® 10 lenses are designed to enhance colors and improve clarity. They'll help you see the transition between fairway, fringe and rough more clearly; the difference between healthy and unhealthy patches of grass; and, on rare occasions, even help you find a ball that may have unaccountably made its way into the weeds.
But it's not enough to just enhance your vision; you also need to protect it. Vega PM™ polarized golf sunglasses can help keep you out on the course for decades to come. Developed from original NASA optic technology, TriLenium® 10 polarized lenses block blue light and 99.9% of harmful UVA and UVB light rays. They'll also combat distracting sidelight and glare to help keep you focused on your game.
The sports-wrap style lenses in the Vega PM™ deliver optical performance that can help you see more clearly in a range of situations. Durable stainless-steel frames deliver ultralight comfort, and 2x scratch guard lens coatings help to deliver long-lasting performance.
Plus, when you order directly from Eagle Eyes, we'll include everything you need to protect your investment in your vision. A travel-size anti-fog lens-cleaning spritzer, microfiber cleaning cloth and a microfiber cleaning pouch help to keep your lenses crystal-clear and smudge-free. A micro dual screwdriver tightens loose eyeglass screws to keep your frames well maintained, and a zippered hard storage case will protect your Vega PM™ polarized sports sunglasses when they're not in use.