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Want to order Golf prescription sunglasses. In the order process there is no place to make a comment. My current prescription is for trifocals, I want my Golf sunglasses to only have distance and reading, no intermediate adjustment. Is that possible?

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I just got prescription sunglasses and I see great, except my depth perception must be off because I suddenly began topping a lot of shots, especially with irons. I don't know if I should simply practice with the glasses on or discard them. I never wore glasses for distance before these and I assume the ball now looks closer that it really is.

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Is there a solution to the depth perception problem while wearing prescriptions when golfing?

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Have the same issue. I was very frustrated today on the course. They felt more like readers. I took them back and had them replaced with a new prescription lenses. I won't be able to read as clearly, but I don't care,as long as I can see my shots.

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wow! This is such great information, especially on the progressives part. I have some info on prescription sunglasses for golf on my blog too and you can have a peak... http://golfpitches.com/

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I think coming onto a site and promoting your own retail site is rather scummy.

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Thanks for the information Mike. I live in the Houston area. Do you know any optometrists or ophthalmologists who are best for golf? I have prescription distant glasses but I can’t focus at 5 feet if you know what I mean. Thanks for you gelp

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Where can someone purchase these Reks sunglasses

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For my 'activities' sunglasses I went progressives, but was treated to a lowered midpoint. This increases the area of your primary magnification but still allows reading - the best of both worlds. They are fairly new, but so far, so good.

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I'VE BEEN GOLFING AS LONG AS I'VE BEEN AN EYE DOCTOR...SINCE 1975. I'VE HAD ALL TYPES OF BIFOCAL DESIGNS SINCE I HIT MY 40'S. NONE LET YOU SEE THE BALL CLEARLY UNLESS YOU HOLD YOURN CHIN DOWN AND WE KNOW THAT'S BAD FOR A FULL BACK SWING. ON MY PERSONAL GOLF GLASSES I PUT THE BIFOCAL ON THE TOP RATHER THAN THE BOTTOM. THE BALL IS CLEAR AND I CAN READ MY SCORE CARD AND SEE MY GPS LOOKING THROUGH THE TOP AREA. MANY PRO TEACHERS-ON DVD'S AND YOU-TUBE VIDEOS- ADVISE AGAINST BIFOCALS. ASK YOUR EYE DOCTOR.

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I have a pair of progressive sun glasses and it’s great for golfing. I tried line bifocal and single vision .Progressive was the ticket. I could tell you what kind but you might think I am trying to help A company.

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I had cataracts and my lens replaced in both eyes.. I have just recently started playing golf again and I have no distance vision and virtually lose the ball after 50 yards. Will corrective sun glasses help?

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I had cataracts, astigmatism, and I'm nearsighted (can't read but can see distance) so I had the lens replaced in both eyes that fixed the cataracts, astigmatism and nearsighted problems. My solution was to have glasses with the top clear/neutral, and the bottom progressive. The progressive let me read from about 4 feet down to about 5 inches. That lets me see the ball clearly and I can read my GPS watch and scorecard. Also lets me see the speedometer, etc. clearly when driving. I must tell you though, I'm used to progressive lens, and these glasses are clear, not tinted, but the same setup should work with sunglasses. Check with you optometrist.