Meet the man behind Eyelights. Learn more about his background and vision.
 

 

 
     
 
David Frost
Pro Golfer (10 Time Winner on the PGA Tour):
 
"Dr. Bryan Harrison introduced me to the Eyelights and explained how they would help my golf game. The theory intrigued me, but it wasn't until I started hitting balls while wearing the glasses that I truly appreciated their application. Immediately, I saw improvements in driving distance and accuracy, a part of my game that had suffered. I also saw improvements in my balance, which is crucial for a solid golf game. Eyelights helped me break through a plateau and consequently, I had my best year on tour in five years."
 
Current Year Highlights
Playing in his hometown of Dallas, posted his first top-10 of the season at the Verizon Byron Nelson Classic, a T8 thanks to consecutive 2-under-par 68s on the weekend...Thanks to a final-round 65, finished T10 at the Canon Hartford Open...Held the first-round lead at the Air Canada Championship after opening with 65. Finished T53.


 
Career Highlights
2001: Used Top-50 career money winners exemption after finishing No. 177 on the TOUR money list the previous year...Kept full exempt status for the following year by finishing 101st on money list, his highest spot since 1997 when he ended the season at No. 50. Led TOUR in putting average (1.708) for second time in career (first in 1993). 2000: Set course record at TPC at Deere Run with 9-under 62 during second round of John Deere Classic, since broken by J.P. Hayes in 2002 (61)...Began and ended the year with good play on the South African Tour, with two top-5s in January and another in December. 1999: Started year by making eight consecutive cuts...Opened with back-to-back 63s at FedEx St. Jude Classic, tying PGA TOUR record for opening 36 holes with his 16-under-par 126 total...Earned first top-10 finish since T8 at 1997 Bell Canadian Open with T7 at British Open. Was his best finish in a major since T5 in 1995 Masters Tournament and best finish in a British Open since T7 in 1988. 1998: Won Dunhill Cup for South Africa for second consecutive year. Teamed with Retief Goosen year after winning with Ernie Els. 1997: Following three years without a victory, earned his 10th PGA TOUR title in impressive form at MasterCard Colonial. Dedicated his win to Ben Hogan, who had inspired him since he came to America. Shared 36-hole lead after 66-63 with Brad Faxon and Paul Goydos for tournament record-tying 11-under 129. Fell three strokes out of lead with third-round 69 but fired front-nine 32 in final round on way to two-stroke victory over Faxon and Ogrin. 1993: Recorded back-to-back victories at Canadian Open and Hardee's Golf Classic. 259 total at Hardee's gained a seven-stroke victory and was two strokes off 72-hole TOUR record. 1992: Also a two-time winner, capturing Buick Classic and Hardee's Golf Classic. 1990: Won USF&G Classic in dramatic fashion, holing out from bunker on 72nd hole to defeat Greg Norman by one...Shot 60 in final round of Northern Telecom Open at Randolph Park GC. 1989: Won World Series of Golf and earned 10-year exemption by defeating Ben Crenshaw on second playoff hole. 1988: Earned first two TOUR victories in a year when he finished in top-three eight times. Finished third three times in first seven starts--Phoenix Open, Hertz Bay Hill Classic and THE PLAYERS Championship, then runner-up three times in six-week stretch in spring--MCI Heritage Classic, Memorial Tournament and Manufacturers Hanover Westchester Classic. Both victories came in fall--Southern Open and Seiko Tucson Open.

 

 

 

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