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Golf Gloves Advice, News and Buyers Guide
Golf Gloves are considered to be an Important and essential piece of kit to help any golfer’s performance when gripping the golf club. Not everyone chooses to wear a glove however in our professional opinion we feel it is vital to wear if you want to maximize your playing performance and stay in full control.
Generally there are two key types of glove design and style on the market. This is a synthetic all weather leather glove and then you have your full pure leather glove.
All Weather Synthetic Leather Golf Glove’s
- This type of glove is perfect as an all rounder, as suggested in the name it is an all weather glove which allows a firmer more controlled grip when the conditions get wet. The glove is made up from a mix of leather and synthetic materials. One of the leading brand’s in Golf Glove is FootJoy and you will see many Top Tour Professionals choosing this brand as their choice of golf glove.
Leather Golf Glove’s
- The leather golf glove is superior in comfort and feel, generally made from AAA Quality Cabretta leather these offer the golfer fantastic grip that feel’s like your wearing a second skin. Leather gloves are perfect for warm dry conditions as they offer a great amount of breathability keeping the palm of your hand sweat free. The only disadvantage the leather glove gives is that during wet conditions the level of grip is not as good opposed to wearing an all weather glove. However you cant compromise on the superior soft feeling.
We have a wide range of gloves available for men, ladies and juniors in various styles and design technology.
There are a many quality brands to choose from when buying a glove and our buyers guide should help you come to a decision on the type of glove to suit your needs.
Key Glove Brands To Look Our For In 2020
- FootJoy Gloves
- Titleist Gloves
- Srixon Gloves
- TaylorMade Gloves
- Callaway Gloves
- PING Gloves
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How to Fit Your Golf Glove
Are You Wearing The Right Size Glove?
A golf glove fitted properly, is as important to you and your game as wearing the right size shoes, or using the correctly fitted golf clubs and golf ball. However many golfers tend to neglect this part of there game and you will often see many players not wearing the right size glove for them. Afterall the golf glove is the closest point of contact to the club head than any other piece of your equipment. If you are not wearing a correctly fitted glove, this can cause movement which can then compromise your swing. So a correct fit is crucial to your game, and as we all know, it's the little details that can make a big difference when it comes to golf!
Here are some key points to look out for when wearing a glove.
- Fits Like A Second Skin: A correctly fitted glove, should feel like a second skin. Tight across the palm and fingers with no loose material.
- Fingers Should Be Snug: You should not have any excess material at the top of your fingers. If you find this occurs, you may want to consider trying the next glove size down.
- Room To Adjust Closure: The closure tab should only come about 75% off the way across the back of your hand. You will want to leave a quarter uncovered, to allow for any adjustments needed while playing.
How To Determine Your Glove Size
It is estimated that more than 50% of golfers are not wearing the right size glove for there game. Most are wearing a glove that is too big for them.
There are just two simple measurements you need to take down, to find out what size glove you are in relation to the size guide.
- First measure the length of your middle finger
- Then measure the circumference of your hand, measure around the first knuckle (excluding the thumb)
- You should end up with a measurement that looks something like this - ("8.5" x "11")
Using the FootJoy size chart, this will then correlate into a glove size such as, (Small, Medium, Medium/Large, Large, X-Large)
- If you fall between two sizes, try the smaller size first.
- If your size comes out different from what you normally wear, try the size we recommend first.
- If your Finger Length and Palm Width number differ by more than 2 than you will want to try on several sizes to determine the best compromise.
- For some men, a Womens glove may be your best option. Several tour players wear a Womens glove on tour for optimal performance.
- Always try the glove on to ensure proper fit.
- Check your size at the start of every season, it can change over time.
- Be sure to read Are you wearing the right size glove? before making a final glove size determination.