Line has its roots in general aviation along with fishing and only recently expanded into the golf industry
HUNTINGTON BEACH, California – West Coast Trends Inc., designers and manufacturers of Scheyden Precision Eyewear, announced that they have become a partner along with other highly respected suppliers for the PGA of America’s Golf Retirement Plus Program.
Scheyden Precision Eyewear has now become the number one sunglass company used in competition on the PGA Tour Champions in less than two years. Scheyden is now looking forward to providing PGA of America Golf Professionals with the opportunity to contribute to their retirement through participation in Scheyden Eyewear’s Golf Retirement Plus Program while offering quality eyewear to their customers.
“We are excited to welcome Scheyden Precision Eyewear to PGA Golf Retirement Plus. Scheyden Eyewear has created a substantive offering for PGA Professionals to carry its lifestyle and golf-specific eyewear lines. On behalf of our nearly 29,000 PGA Professionals, we welcome Scheyden to GRP as a new partner,” said Dan Baker, Senior Director of Industry Partnerships at the PGA of America.
Many know West Coast Trends, Inc. for having a reputation of over 30 years of servicing the golf industry with their marquee brand Club Glove, which was recently acquired by the team over at the renowned Acushnet Golf Holding Corp.
Owner and CEO Jeff Herold shares, “We have had a tremendous relationship with so many wonderful people in this industry, including thousands of PGA Professionals, and we feel very fortunate to continue to be a part of it with the Scheyden Eyewear line. Just as we have done for years with the Club Glove brand, we intend on providing a level of quality and service that is unmatched by our competitors”.
The Scheyden Precision Eyewear line has its roots in general aviation (including the United States Air Force) along with fishing and only recently expanded into the golf industry. Over 30 players such as John Daly, Stephen Ames, Scott McCarron, Padraig Harrington, Chris DiMarco, Ryan Brehm, Seamus Power, and former world number one David Duval (who arguably brought sunglasses into competitive golf at the highest level) are now putting them into play. The number one reason? Quality frames and lenses.
Scheyden Precision eyewear is manufactured in Japan, a country recognized as a leader in the optical industry due to its lens technology and precision manufacturing.
The entire line can be viewed at www.scheyden.com.