CE Test Questions
Personal Sunglass Science, GOLF: Introducing the New Shamir Golf Progressive

Exam Questions
1. The habitual firing profile of the eye's cones is called:

    A. The Tristimulus Curve
    B. Chromatic contrast
    C. Red/green sensitivity
    D. A and B
2. Core golfers play _________ of all rounds played.

    A. 13 percent
    B. 67 percent
    C. 87 percent
    D. 97 percent
3. The visual environment of golf is:

    A. Stable and unchanging
    B. Often very dark
    C. Contains significant exposure to HEVL and UV light
    D. Contains significant exposure to UV light
4. The tilt of individual grass blades can best be determined by using:

    A. Red lenses
    B. Non-polarizing lenses
    C. Polarizing lenses
    D. Blue lenses
5. All of the following better describe the extended contour of a golf green except:

    A. Flat
    B. Graded
    C. Directional
    D. Environmental
6. An advantage of Shamir Golf design at the tee or when putting is the:

    A. Short and narrowed intermediate
    B. Long stable powered intermediate
    C. Large near
    D. Small near
7. Filtering the blue haze above fairways and greens is best accomplished by:

    A. Anything but a blue tinted lens
    B. Only a blue tinted lens
    C. A circular polarizing lens
    D. A linear polarizing lens rotated 90 degrees from standard ophthalmic orientation
8. Reading a green entails evaluation of all of the following except:

    A. Grass length
    B. Firmness
    C. Expected ball pop
    D. Wind
9. Typically, lengthening a progressive's corridor and reducing its near size:

    A. Increases peripheral blur
    B. Increases swim
    C. Reduces peripheral blur
    D. Reduces distance clarity
10. Peripheral vision in golf is best enhanced by a golf-specific design, _______ and _______.

    A. Deep lenses, flat sunwear
    B. Wrap eyewear, optimized lenses
    C. Free-form lenses, gray lenses
    D. Progressive lenses, short corridors
11. Which of the following is a desirable characteristic for frames used in golf?

    A. Heavy and stable
    B. Light and floppy
    C. Anti-fog
    D. Non-slip construction
12. The best design strategy for increasing alertness in our vision system is to employ:

    A. Yellow tint
    B. Green tint
    C. Different tint from what we are used to
    D. Lenses tinted the same as what we are used to
13. Lenses designed for golf should:

    A. Expand the eye's pupil
    B. Decrease depth of field
    C. Be a gradient density lens
    D. Increase depth of field
14. All of the following allow a better lens design, edge to edge except:

    A. Vertex distance
    B. Binocular PD
    C. Pantoscopic tilt
    D. Panoramic angle
15. Which of the following solar-influenced health conditions are golfers not at risk for?

    A. Cataracts
    B. Keratitis
    C. Diabetes
    D. Skin cancer
16. If a golfer with an OU Rx of –0.25 -0.50 x 180 Add +1.00, wears planos and says they see fine without glasses, you should advise:

    A. The correct Rx sunglasses
    B. Not to use their prescription glasses off the course
    C. Digital progressive lenses only
    D. A darker sunglass lens
17. Because of varying light conditions encountered on a golf course, recommend:

    A. Gradient-tinted lenses
    B. Photochromic lenses
    C. Interchangeable lenses
    D. Both B and C
18. Research conducted in 2008 found which sport is the most visually demanding?

    A. Golf
    B. Archery
    C. Bowling
    D. Baseball
19. Current gray lenses are not favored for golf use primarily because they:

    A. Match the desire to use one pair for everything
    B. Are a neutral filter
    C. Are a selective filter
    D. Accentuate the red
20. All of the following are golf-specific lens benefits except:

    A. Increased practice revenue
    B. Improved golfing performance
    C. Reduced depth of field
    D. Differentiates the practice

Evaluation Questions

21. In questions 21-25 please rate the effectiveness of how well each course met the stated learning objectives: Met the stated learning objectives?

    A. Excellent
    B. Very Good
    C. Good
    D. Fair
    E. Poor
22. Avoided commercial bias/influence?

    A. Excellent
    B. Very Good
    C. Good
    D. Fair
    E. Poor
23. How would you rate the overall quality of the material presented?

    A. Excellent
    B. Very Good
    C. Good
    D. Fair
    E. Poor
24. How were you directed to this course?

    A. 2020mag.com
    B. OAA Website
    C. NYSSO Website
    D. Ohio Opticians Website
    E. Other
25. Please describe the office in which you work.

    A. Independent Optician
    B. Independent Optometry
    C. Chain retail
    D. HMO/Military/Other
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