Just a thought @ age 60 your ability to see in dim light is aprox. 1/3 of what it was when you were 18. The lense which lets the most light in should take preference over target contast. If you are an old fart like me.
A perscription series lens is a plano (no Rx) ground lens. A ground/polished lens is much better in clarity and sweet spot than an average injection molded lens included with most over the counter shooting frame packages. Can be dipped any color, tint 1,2,3. Only disadvantage is they cost the same to manufacture as a lens with prism (Rx). You will pay the same. we can AR spray or gas coat either.
For non prescription shooters Oakley makes a tint called high intensity blue,It is a yellow lens with a very light blue tint,it work very well under artificial lighting and low light conditions,I would not recommend there RX lenses,the insert they put in them is distracting.Jerry
I've been useing a real lite orange and done pretty well but everyone is telling me to go to yellow and when I used them I found my scores went south. Thanks for all the responses to this thread...Dale