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For the Golfer, who complains about not being able to see the ball, tell them to look again! Get back on course with these remarkable Golf Ball Finder Glasses, designed with special tinted lenses that filter out foliage and grass so that lost, white golf balls appears brighter against trees, rough or fairway. Allows for instant visual pickup, saving time and money.
The glasses fit over most prescription eyewear and come with a stylish zippered nylon carrying case, featuring a bag clip for attaching the shades to a golf bag or buggy.
Please note: Intended for use during ball searches only. Do not wear as sunglasses.
Cannot believe it, took up golfing last year. As I was an amateur I did lose a few balls in the long grass (found a few on the way too). With these glasses I now have no excuse for losing them and more to the point I can find others that people have lost over time whilst going through the course. If you want an ideal toy for golfing then this is a great find. Oh and of course, at a great price too!
Jon | 10th Feb 2010