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Is Golf Your Game? Improve Your Putt with Shamir Golf Lenses

Progressive lenses made expressly for golfers

Do you dream about putting perfectly every time you head out on the green? With personalized Shamir golf lenses, your golfer’s dream can come true! These progressive lenses are crafted for wrap frames, giving you clear sight across your entire visual field – front and sides. We are excited to offer Shamir golf lenses in our eye care centers in North Edmonton, Downtown Edmonton, and Sherwood Park, Alberta, visit to learn more about these personalized lenses.

Maximize your view of near and far

Shamir golf lenses work differently than standard progressive lenses. They have three vision zones to match the three things golfers need to focus on: the scorecard close at hand, the ball near your feet, and the distant green. Shamir lenses give you crisp sight with no distortion in any zone. You don’t need to worry about not being able to see the ball in front of you, because the mid-range zone can be seen sharply to help give you ultimate accuracy in your drive or putt.

Wrap frames let you look to the sides

For a golfer, peripheral vision is very important when lining up to swing. You need to use your side zones to focus on exactly where you want the ball to reach in the distance. Shamir golf lenses are designed and crafted for fashionable wrap frames, so you don’t need to compromise on style when you get out on the golf course.

Interested in Shamir progressive lenses for golf? Stop by our Village Eye Centre eye care offices in North Edmonton, Downtown Edmonton, and Sherwood Park, Alberta, anytime.

At Village Eye Centre, we put your family’s needs first. Talk to us about how we can help you maintain healthy vision. Call us today: 587-410-5920 or book an appointment online to see one of our North Edmonton eye doctors.

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