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Polarized lenses permit only vertical light rays to pass through them, not horizontal, and thus they reduce glare.

Now, some people say, and I must admit I’m one of them, that polarized sunglasses do NOT help when reading the green.

UV rays are particularly hazardous to our eyesight. The stat’s say that golfers are 50% more likely to contract a UV-related eye ailment than the rest of the population. Polarization: Contrary to what you might think, light doesn’t travel in a straight line: it bounces back and forth from one reflective surface to another.

They cause cataracts, macular degeneration and host of other ailments including one I’ve suffered from for more years than I can count: skin cancer. I, therefore, consider a really good pair of sunglasses essential to my golfing good health. This causes glare, especially from glass, water, shiny green grass and even white sand – sand traps and beach.

If you don't know what you're doing, you can do yourself more harm than good. Not only do they look good, just putting on a pair makes me feel so much better.

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