Best Golf Sunglasses
There are many options on the market and the golf sunglasses manufacturers such as Henrik Stenson, Oakley and Bolle have worked hard to develop golf glasses that will provide you with protection and functionality so you can concentrate on your game.
The technology has come so far in recent years that you can actually see better with your sunglasses on than without. Technology such as Oakley’s Prizm lenses have changed the game in relation to contrast and depth perception. You can find a selection of Oakley glasses that carry this technology on this page.
We have chosen some of the best glasses that the professionals wear so you can find something that looks the part and fits your budget as well.
Below is a collection of our most stylish frames. They are available in a range of colours, visor choices and styles and we have a good mix of classic looks along with the more modern golf glasses for those of you who are a bit more adventurous.
If you are not sure which visor colour you should be making, you can contact us for more information and guidance.
If you like our golf selection you might also find others that are similar within our Oakley Cycling Glasses category.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Large frames are best suited for golf as they will provide you with the largest viewing area while also protecting the most area of your eyes.
You should look for a curved frame that fits closely to your face to keep out wind and dust.
You can look at copper, cinnamon, brown or dark amber as these are the lens colours that provide the best contrast whilst in sunny conditions.
You may also want to consider one of Oakley's Prizm lenses which are specially designed for golfing.
Polarized lenses help to reduce glare and can help you see better in sunny conditions. There are some limitations involved however, such as limited depth perception which might be an issue if you are judging to the flag.
This is a personal choice. There are many golfers who do not wear any glasses even in sunny conditions as they can be affected by depth perception and glare however there are those who do wear them as the technology actually allows them to see better.
You can find a collection of golfing glasses on this page or you can check out our prescription safety glasses section where you can build you own sunglasses by choosing a frame, lens material and colour tint and coatings.