Goldfern Junior Starter Set available in:Red: Suitable for Ages 5-7 yrs (Height ranges 43-49")Each Set includes: 1 x 3 Wood1 x 6 Iron1 x Dual Wedge1 x Putter1 x Cart Bag+ Voucher to receive $50 off your Junior Club Membership
As worn by the New Zealand Golf team, The Trophy is the Ultimate light weight Performance Golf Sunglass. Weighing only 16 grams, you hardly notice you are wearing them.
The nose bridge is fully adjustable to ensure a perfect fit on most face shapes and the superb NXT lenses will improve your ability to read the greens and improve your distance judgement.
4PRO NXT lenses carry a lifetime warranty covering breakage, cracking and crazing.
As worn by the New Zealand Golf team, the Apex model is the Ultimate Performance Golf Sunglass. Featuring state of the art NXT lenses, which automatically darken or lighten according to the brightness of the day.
They are also 20% lighter than Polycarbonate for more comfort during your round. Only NXT lenses carry a lifetime warranty covering breakage, cracking and crazing.
Our staff pro's confirm that these high performance NXT lenses will improve your ability to read the greens, and improve your distance judgement.
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