Golf Pro Or Hacker? Imagine Less Strokes!
Do you enjoy a good round of golf? Do you play several rounds a week or only infrequently?
Are you a three handicap or just a duffer? Are you looking for a possible way to take a few
strokes off your game? No, I'm not going to suggest an oversized club head, graphite shafts
and some high compression balls. These things may be of help, but what about going right
to the source - the player. If you are wearing eyeglasses during your game, you are not
getting your maximum visual performance.
The natural quality of vision that contact lenses provide makes their use for sports such
as golf a more appropriate means to correct vision. Whether you are nearsighted, farsighted,
have astigmatism or even need bifocals, the correction of your vision with contact lenses
will provide superior visual performance over glasses. In addition to the peripheral
distortions that glasses create, they also tend to interfere with proper head positioning
Many people believe that they cannot wear contact lenses, have been told that they would not
do well in contacts or have even previously failed in contacts. The advanced contact lens
technology available today allows difficult prescriptions to be successfully addressed, and
even previous contact lens failures can do remarkably well.
Although contact lenses will absolutely improve your visual performance this will not
guarantee less strokes in your game. However, of the countless golfers I have taken out of
glasses and fit into contact lenses, all of them have reported an improvement in their game,
and would never play in glasses again. Several of these individuals attributed a decrease in
their score to the better vision they now have with their contacts. One gentleman who plays
golf about four times a week, took nine strokes off his game within two weeks of being
successfully fitted with contact lenses!
In any sport, the overall performance of the individual is the sum development of many facets
of the game. Visual perception is one of the facets in the game of golf. Call (954) 493-5052
today for an appointment to see if contacts would be a better option than glasses for your
vision correction. Join the many athletes who in search of improved performance have found
an edge by trading in their glasses for contact lenses.