Annika Sorenstam has inked a deal with Revo to become a golf ambassador for the company, which designs high-quality performance sunglasses.

As part of the partnership, Sorenstam and Revo will collaborate on the design of two new custom sunglass styles for golfers set to launch in the spring of 2022.

“It’s humbling when Revo’s commitment to technology and overall excellence is recognized by those who really know their equipment,” said Revo CEO Cliff Robinson. “Annika is a golfing legend and it’s an honor and privilege to be partnering with her. I can’t wait for everyone to see the exciting designs we’ve come up with.”

Sorenstam is widely regarded as one of the best golfers of all time. With over 90 victories worldwide and 10 major championships, the Swedish pro returned to the golf course this year and won the U.S. Senior Women’s Open.

As a company ambassador, Sorenstam will raise awareness about Revo’s line of NASA-based lenses. Their signature NASA-based Light Management System helps protect customers from the sun with a collection of lenses that also “enhance and improve the way we see the world.”

“I‘m super excited about this chance to collaborate with Revo,” Sorenstam said. “I’ve always been diligent about protecting my eyes from the sun, especially while on the golf course. With Revo’s superior lenses, I can be functional and fashionable even on my busiest days.”

It can be difficult to meet expectations.

But not for Annika Sorenstam, who won the U.S. Senior Women’s Open by eight strokes over the weekend, 13 years after her last LPGA tournament.

Only five players broke par at the Brooklawn tournament. Sorestam was one, finishing at 12 under with a 4-under 68 in her final round. She finished eight strokes ahead of second-place finisher Liselotte Neumann who wound up at four under.

Her putting was on point the entire way, including the following par putt at the 15th to hold her seven-shot lead.

At 276, Sorenstam tied the tournament record set by Laura Davies at the inaugural championship in 2018.