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Choosing Golf Gloves

Golfers wear gloves on one hand in order to ensure a tough grip on the clubs. It is very important that you get the right size of the gloves. It should neither be too tight or too loose. The fingers need to fit snugly too. If you see that the gloves fit you nicely but the fingers are long, then you can try cadet size as it has shorter fingers.

Golf gloves are available in a variety of sizes. You get an all weather golf glove that is made of synthetic material. They are cheap and good for damp cold weather. You also get thin leather gloves that work best in dry conditions but they are expensive. You get a combination of leather and synthetic that are available at a mid range.

Considerations for buying a ladies’ gloves are the same as those for buying men’s. No matter whether you are a novice or a pro, gloves are necessary to improve your grip. Materials like soft Cabretta leather provide superb padded protection to the palm and fingers. It also provides you a good grip to raise your confidence when you tee. You can also get them styled to make a fashion statement of your own.

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5 Responses to “Choosing Golf Gloves”

  1. Ruben says:


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  2. Roger says:

    I know that it sounds crazy because of the price, but if you are old like me please go and try the bionic glove because its the best device for someone with arthritis!!

  3. Keith T. says:

    The bionics are great. A little different from the norm, but a great glove. Similar padding to baseball/softball gloves, and very durable.

  4. Michael J. says:

    Does anyone feel a major difference when playing with gloves on both hands? I was out today and tried it for the first time. It might have been the cold weather, but it just felt different than the normal one glove.

  5. Christopher says:

    Always better to have a little room to breath. The glove will last longer and won’t tear compared to it being skin tight.

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