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Sam's Club has for their Members: Callaway Polarized Sunglasses w/ Carry Case & 3-Count Golf Balls on sale for $24.88 each. Shipping is free w/ Plus, otherwise select free store pickup. Thanks akhil008
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Set comes with a 3 pack of Callaway golf balls and a sunglass case with attached carabiner for your on-the-go style.

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Sam's Club has $10 Instant Savings on Callaway set having a polarized sunglasses, a carrying case and set of 3 golf balls.
Blue Lens - Full Rim:
https://www.samsclub.com/p/callaw...roduct_1_1 NLA for shipping
Blue Lens - semi-rimless:
https://www.samsclub.com/p/callaw...roduct_1_4 NLA for shipping
Grey Lens - Semi-rimless:
https://www.samsclub.com/p/callaw...roduct_1_3 - NLA for shipping
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Lens color. Depth perception is critical for golf and certain colors of lenses will sharpen contours in some color spectra while flattening them in other colors. To play golf you need to see in the green/brown/beige band sharply and both blue and grey lenses flatten contours there. You'll never pick up slopes or be able to read putts using shades of that color. Yellow, amber, brown or cinnamon lenses work for golf as they sharpen contrast around the green band of the spectrum and improve your ability to see slopes.

So if you ever tried playing golf using regular grey lens shades and played terrible, there's a good excuse to use.
Having a good swing helps as well...lol...

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One caveat is that despite the Callaway name and the crappy balls bundled in, these are awful sunglasses for golf.
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One caveat is that despite the Callaway name and the crappy balls bundled in, these are awful sunglasses for golf.
I legitimately don't know much about golf. What makes these particular sunglasses awful for golfing?
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I need them golf balls!
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I legitimately don't know much about golf. What makes these particular sunglasses awful for golfing?
Lens color. Depth perception is critical for golf and certain colors of lenses will sharpen contours in some color spectra while flattening them in other colors. To play golf you need to see in the green/brown/beige band sharply and both blue and grey lenses flatten contours there. You'll never pick up slopes or be able to read putts using shades of that color. Yellow, amber, brown or cinnamon lenses work for golf as they sharpen contrast around the green band of the spectrum and improve your ability to see slopes.

So if you ever tried playing golf using regular grey lens shades and played terrible, there's a good excuse to use.
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Anyone able to comment on the Callaway sunglasses themselves for driving/boating? From searching online, it appears most normal Callaway sunglasses run closer to $100 than this $25
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Lens color. Depth perception is critical for golf and certain colors of lenses will sharpen contours in some color spectra while flattening them in other colors. To play golf you need to see in the green/brown/beige band sharply and both blue and grey lenses flatten contours there. You'll never pick up slopes or be able to read putts using shades of that color. Yellow, amber, brown or cinnamon lenses work for golf as they sharpen contrast around the green band of the spectrum and improve your ability to see slopes.

So if you ever tried playing golf using regular grey lens shades and played terrible, there's a good excuse to use.
Having a good swing helps as well...lol...
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Anyone able to comment on the Callaway sunglasses themselves for driving/boating? From searching online, it appears most normal Callaway sunglasses run closer to $100 than this $25
I can't find any reviews at all for these anywhere.
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I can't find any reviews at all for these anywhere.
Yeah this pair was the only one that had more than a couple reviews that I could find:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...1d6b1bfbee
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Anyone able to comment on the Callaway sunglasses themselves for driving/boating? From searching online, it appears most normal Callaway sunglasses run closer to $100 than this $25
I recommend them for driving. I bought the full rim version last year. They're lightweight, comfortable and seem durable. I like them enough that I bought another pair on this sale. They look a lot like Maui Jim Red Sands which I'd wanted but didn't want to spend $200+ on.
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Giving them a try, I never put with my glasses on anyway. Thanks OP.
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Having a good swing helps as well...lol...
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This has got to be a paid placement to get on the FP of slickdeals. I mean, c'mon! we aren't that stupid. Callaway sunglasses $10 bucks off? At SAM'S?!? Woweeeee! Maybe product isn't moving, so let's see if there are any suckers at SD that will bite if we put it on the front page ... har har!!

This the only logical explanation for this FP deal folks. I could be wrong so please indulge yourselves in copious amounts of critique.

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Lens color. Depth perception is critical for golf and certain colors of lenses will sharpen contours in some color spectra while flattening them in other colors. To play golf you need to see in the green/brown/beige band sharply and both blue and grey lenses flatten contours there. You'll never pick up slopes or be able to read putts using shades of that color. Yellow, amber, brown or cinnamon lenses work for golf as they sharpen contrast around the green band of the spectrum and improve your ability to see slopes.

So if you ever tried playing golf using regular grey lens shades and played terrible, there's a good excuse to use.
This is true
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