Kaenon Sunglasses can improve your golf
Kaenon Sunglasses can improve your golf What do you think?
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Most golfers know that it is very important to protect your eyes from the sun.
Particularly in summer, with heightened exposure to UVA and UVB rays. And definitely, protection is necessary if you take medications that can cause photosensitivity.
A lot of us, in the past, didn’t wear sunglasses. That was because we felt that we just couldn’t see the ball clearly enough when putting. Also searching for a lost ball, etc. Sometimes we wore them between shots, but that’s not good enough folks.
Take the advice provided by David Hilgart, for Fairways and Greens! at beavergolf.blogspot.com/.
David introduces Kaenon eyewear a small player in an enormous market. Kaenon Hard Kore SR-91 lenses combine superior sharpness and clarity. They also provide lightweight durability, unmatched impact resistance, and anti-glare properties. SR-91 resists the scratches that are evident with other sunglasses. And the quality of vision must be seen to be believed.
Despite Hilgart’s doubts, he tried them for one hole, from tee to green. And has never since played a round without them. Some of the many Tour Players who wear Kaenon sunglasses are Carl Pettersson, Brian Gay, Christina Kim, Pat Perez, and Carin Koch.
Golf is a simple game.
A ball, a club, and a hole are all that are needed to play it. Despite that simplicity, today’s golfer makes use of a plethora of tools, devices, and aids to play better and find more joy in the game.
Specialized clubs, and advances in ball composition allow us to play longer and straighter shots. Supple and tacky gloves both protect our hands and offer better grip in humid and rainy weather. We fill our highly engineered bags with low friction tees, futuristic divot tools, all manner of ball markers, electrolyte replenishing sports drinks, and gust-busting oversized umbrellas.
While any number of these extras can add comfort and enjoyment to the game, there are a handful of items that can actually help maintain your good health, and allow you to play the game of golf longer, and enjoy your life off the course more comfortably as well.
If you regularly walk the course through your rounds, proper footwear, and a well made push cart can save wear and tear on your shoulders, back, hips, and knees. Some good insect repellent can save you from unnecessary itching and scratching.
Perhaps as important as anything, however, is to protect yourself from that seemingly ever present sun. Scientific consensus is that the UV rays sent out by our life giving star can cause irreversible damage to both our skin and our eyes.
You should be protecting your skin with all varieties of sunscreens available on the market today, as well as a good hat with a brim, even covering the ears if you can stomach the look. For this post, let’s focus on your eyes.
American Academy of Ophthalmology.
Though I assume that most of us are aware that the sun can hurt our eyes, I still see a great number of golfers ignoring the protection that sunglasses can provide, and until very recently, you could count me among them. American Academy of Ophthalmology advice about sunglasses includes wearing them anytime you are outside, but particularly during the summer months due to heightened exposure to UVA and UVB rays, and when taking medications that can cause photosensitivity, among others.
Advice on what to look for in a pair of sunglasses includes blocking at least 99% of all UV light (UVB is considered more dangerous than UVA to skin and eyes), impact resistance, polarization, and wraparound style. I have known these facts for years, yet when it came time to wear sunglasses during my rounds, I shunned them for the most part. I found that when I had them on I had a very hard time seeing the ball, even right there in front of me.
Kaenon Hard Kore Sunglasses.
Kaenon Sunglasses can improve your golf The result was that if I wore sunglasses at all, I would wear them in between shots. Removing them during my swing, when searching for a lost ball, and most importantly, always while reading putts. I have worn several brands, but most often Oakley and Sundog. Never finding a lens that was right enough to wear through the round. That search ended about a month ago when I played wearing my first pair of Kaenon Hard Kore sunglasses.
Founded in 2001 by Steve and Darren Rosenberg, Kaenon is still a small player in an enormous market. Committed to making the finest quality eyewear available anywhere in the world, Kaenon continues to fight a strong battle against worldwide conglomerate Luxottica. Luxottica owns brands ranging from Oakley, Ray-Ban, and Revo to Sunglass Hut, Lens Crafters, and Pearle Vision.
While buying a higher end Luxottica brand might not get you much more for your dollar than one of their lower end brands, with Kaenon, you will always get exactly what you are paying for.
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