Best Sunglasses 2022: The 6 best sunglasses to wear on or off the course

Functional? Check. Stylish? Double check.

Welcome to GOLF’s 2022 edition of the Best of Everything, where we’re providing you with the, well… best of everything! Check out our picks below or browse more items in our Pro Shop.

When you’re teeing it on a sunny day, sometimes just a hat or visor isn’t enough.

You need sunglasses, but not just any sunglasses. They can’t slide down your nose when you get ready to knock in a 10-footer. They can’t bounce around on your face mid-backswing. They have to be functional, but they also have to look the part.

The below styles are our top picks that look and feel cool on and off the course.

RAEN Wiley Polarized Medium

Clean, bold, and lightweight, the RAEN Optics Wiley Polarized Sunglasses deliver classic style that looks good whether you’re camping in the mountains or sailing on a yacht. Carl Zeiss lenses offer precise optical clarity, and they’re polarized to eliminate glare so they excel on the water or in the snow.
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Rayban Original Wayfarer

These polarized square-shaped sunglasses are about as classic as it gets on the course or on the beach.

Goodr it’s Not Black it’s Obsidian

If you’re looking for a classic pair of polarized frames that won’t break the bank, these are the best out there. They also come in an array of colors and patterns if you’re into something a little less classic.

Roka Evans Sunglasses

These ultralight shades won’t scratch or fog and are anti-reflective. The color of this lens in particular will enhance the green colors of the course around you.

Garrett Leight Palladium Sunglasses

These rectangular sunglasses sit higher on the face so they won’t slide down the bridge of your nose. They’re a little more pricey than some of the other options on this list, but they’ll last a lifetime.

Oakley Radar EV Path

These sporty, flashy shades have a retro look and feel, and have Oakley’s proprietary Prizm lens that enhances contrast and color when you look through them.

Emily Haas Contributor