It was a long, cold winter in the Northeast, followed by a spring that saw courses grow increasingly soaked. In early May, it seemed like there wouldn’t be a sunny day in 2011. Of course that prophesy didn’t materialize, and I was able to take a pair of Sundogs out for a test drive. Specifically, I tried Sundog Eyewear’s Bombs.
Designed specifically for golf, (I see too many people wearing glasses geared toward fashion, cycling, fishing, baseball, etc.), the Bombs offer polarized lenses, a megol nose pad and megol temple tips. Simply put, the Bombs eliminate glare and don’t slip - critical in a pair of sunglasses used on the course.
According to Sudog, their Photochromic Mela-Lens with variable tint capability offers protection in a range of light conditions. The advanced photochromic lenses automatically adapt to changing light conditions lessening eye strain and fatigue. Tint lightens or darkens depending on the light’s intensity while filtering HEV light for maximum protection regardless of the situation.
If looking good - while enhancing your game and protecting your eyes - is important to you, I wholeheartedly recommend a pair of Sundog Bombs. If you’re interested in seeing their entire line of eyewear, log onto www.sundogeyewear.com.
They’re the choice of professionals such as Paula Creamer, Hunter Mahan and Mike Weir. Perhaps they should become a staple in your routine.