5 colorful, stylish sunglasses that combine both fashion and function

Yes, it's possible for your golf sunglasses to be both fashionable AND functional.

Women’s golf fashion has made great strides in recent years, with a plethora of options when it comes to sporty yet feminine on-course apparel. But sunglasses are one area where the gap between fashion and function can seem wider than usual.

Unfortunately, the cat-eye and extra-large frames that are en vogue at the moment aren’t always compatible with golf. The frames tend to be either too big to fit comfortably underneath a hat or visor, or the nosepiece has little to no grip, leading to an annoying slide off your face as you swing, or even simply look down to address your ball.

Luckily, there are still plenty of options out there for sunglasses that do it all: sharpen your optics, stay on your face, and look super trendy. Check out our five favorite colorful styles below, and for the rest of your gear needs, make sure to browse the selection in GOLF’s Pro Shop — your ultimate source for the latest apparel, shoes, training aids and more.

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Maui Jim Lotus

A lightweight frame is complemented by embedded rubber nose pads to make sure your glasses stay put. The Maui Rose lens offers crisp optics in a scratch-resistant package.

Oakley Frogskins

Oakley’s “Prizm” lenses enhance color and contrast to make tracking your ball a cinch.

Electric Super Bee

These oversize, butterfly-shaped frames feature a performance-grip nose pad. And the cool olive color is universally flattering.

Ray-Ban State Street

These updated Wayfarers feature a range of colors and stylish, gradient lenses.

Revo Zinger

These lightweight, polarized sunglass enhance clarity, prevent glare, and feature a keyhole bridge and non-slip nose pads for a comfortable, functional fit.
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As a four-year member of Columbia’s inaugural class of female varsity golfers, Jessica can out-birdie everyone on the masthead. She can out-hustle them in the office, too, where she’s primarily responsible for producing both print and online features, and overseeing major special projects, such as GOLF’s inaugural Style Is­sue, which debuted in February 2018. Her origi­nal interview series, “A Round With,” debuted in November of 2015, and appeared in both in the magazine and in video form on GOLF.com.