Luke Bonfield excelled in the outfield for the Arkansas Razorbacks, but his time on the diamond took a toll on his eyes.
“When you put a good swing on the ball, and you hear that bat hit the ball and that crack sound, you know you hit it really well. It’s the best feeling in the world.” Professional Baseball player and former Arkansas Razorback had been in glasses and contacts since he was 12.
“Before I had LASIK when I had my contacts in they would always be getting dry. There’s dirt on a baseball field. It was tough honestly because in the middle of an inning I’d feel like I would have to change my contacts because it became blurry.”