While at the PGA Show I had the opportunity to stop by the Under Armour Golf booth and check out all the latest in it's line of apparel, shoes and accessories. I made off with these two cool pair of shades that we are giving away to two lucky forum members. To be eligible, you have to be a forum member. Then it's a simple as posting below which model you would prefer.
1) Big Shot Tuned Golf ideal for wearing on the course during play
2) Glimpse Tuned Recovery, designed to help your eyes de-stress after the round and return to a natural state,
Both can be used on the course and the Big Shot Golf Tuned is one of the few golf sunglasses that are officially rated safe for driving a vehicle.
So tell us below which one you would choose to win and Good Luck!!
Entries will be closed on Sunday February 3rd at 11:59 PM EST The two winners will be announced in this thread by Tuesday February 5, 2019.
Thanks everyone for the great response to this giveaway.
Congratulations to our two winners: Please send me a PM with your mailing address.
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Three months in the wake of making a slick model, the shades wouldn't quit netting appreciating remarks from family and companions, so Whitlock took it to the following entrepreneurial level and authoritatively propelled a line of them in February of this current year. To speed creation time and minimize expenses, he enrolled the assistance of a little woodshop in China to produce the shades.
Water. Wonderfully nitty gritty walnut and beech wood grain give each pair of the Wooden Sun glasses a one of a kind look, with a retro pilot outline and straight forehead bar.
The wood is used to make the Sunglasses' temple pieces, which support the acetate frame made overseas and hold the glasses in place when tucked behind the wearer's ears. Although the first pair was made by hand in a studio, subsequent pairs are cut by a machine lathe and then finished by hand.