These 3 trendy sunglasses are perfect for spring — both on and off the course

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These stylish sunglasses are standouts on and off the course.

Sunglasses are a bit like shoes — you can never have too many pairs! And with so many options to choose from, from colorful lenses in seemingly every shade to a variety of frame shapes, you can choose a pair to complement your outfit or let the shades become the star.

I tend to prefer sunglasses somewhere in the middle. Trendy frames are awesome, but I also like a pair that is multi-functional and can transition easily from the course to the rest of my life.

That’s why I’m currently loving these three pairs of sunglasses. I have the whole trio in my current rotation, and they all feel as light as air and stay on the face without pinching. You can drive, play golf, sunbathe and enjoy the outdoors in comfort and with perfect visual clarity. And perhaps most importantly, you’ll look great doing it too!

Check out the glasses in detail below, and click the link to buy now! To browse more trendy gear for your game, explore the inventory in GOLF’s Pro Shop.

Maui Jim Anuenue

Anuenue’s frame takes inspiration from a rainbow’s multicolored arches for a slightly curved square silhouette. Paired with MauiPure® lenses, this style guarantees clear, vibrant views in a lightweight and versatile nylon frame.

Blenders Mojave Moon H Series X2

From morning mimosas to evening bike rides, Mojave Moon is a match for wherever the day takes you. Crystal tan frame, amber lenses … these round sunglasses’ timeless shape and warm tones make a compelling style statement.

Annika I | Blue Water

Created in collaboration with professional golfer, Annika Sörenstam, Annika I is the perfect polarized sunglass for playing golf and enjoying the country club after a round. The single-bridge navigator design adds a touch of unique style.
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