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Golf gloves we all use them (well nearly all of us) 

 

Gloves aren't a glamour item or something that creates great interest Yet to most of us they are really essential part of the game.

 

I have found some gloves have a better fit for my hand than others and that some have more supple leather.

Some seem to wear out much quicker than others.

 

I have found that the new Footjoy FLX fit my hand really well but don't seem to last.

The Under Armour tour strikeskin seems to be much harder wearing for me and seems to last quite a while.

 

I would be interested to read about your findings with the gloves you wear.

 

Cheers Divothead

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I like MG Golf's gloves because you can't beat the price for that quality. $6-$7 a pop is great!

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I've been using FootJoy StaSof for the past year or so. I used to be a big Hirzl fan and played their gloves for years, but California decided to ban the import of kangaroo, so I can no longer get Hirzl... The StaSof was the best fitting glove I found after about 20min of trying different gloves on at the golf store. Most gloves I tried were too narrow for my palm. I require a Cadet glove, and have always found it difficult to find Cadet models from every manufacture.

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Since I took up the game I always just got whatever was cheap and on sale and made due. Forget the model, but I splurged and bought an UA glove (strikeskin?) and played that sucker for almost two seasons I liked it so much. Lost it somewhere between 18th green and the parking lot after a round and haven't found one that fit and felt as well.

 

Had to buy an FJ either Sci flex or Sta soft that weekend for a tournament. Was about to go out on 1 then realized I didn't have a glove fits me well and hasn't worn much, but just isn't the same.

 

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I've had great luck with Asher gloves.  I'll wait and stock up when they are on sale, and it's an easy ask for a christmas or birthday present for a couple gloves.

 

For me they tend to hold up as well as anything else I've tried and the fit is very good for my hand.  Plus I love getting gloves in colors so I usually play the blue ones.  I have both some of their premium line and the Chucks.  I like both of them.

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I've played most major brands of gloves. I've currently got some MG's in my bag due to the price and also some new Srixon gloves. They may be the best glove I've owned. Especially for the money. Soft feel, extremely durable and reasonably priced. 

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I am using FJ StaSof gloves right now. To me, they seem more durable than others. Titleist gloves are nice but don't last as long. I have some TM gloves in my closet that fit really well. I haven't used them yet. I'll report back once I try them out.

 

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I've also been rocking the MG gloves. They come out to $25 for 3 shipped to Hawaii which I'm finding hard to beat. I like how thin and soft they are, and they hold up to weekly play/practice pretty well in sweaty Hawaii conditions.

 

The asher gloves were really cool, but just too expensive for me. Once the MG gloves start to crisp up I just toss them without a second thought because they're so cheap.

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I use either the MG gloves and also the good old cheap Wilson ones from Wally World sometimes I do purchase the Callaway two packs when they are on sale at Wally World. Right now I have at least a dozen of the Wilson ones never opened. I have so many gloves it aint funny but I keep 4 different sets of clubs completely set up in different bags etc. All of those are complete with balls ,gloves and tees. The only thing I have to transfer is my range finder and cigar pouch. In the summer here I sweat a lot so I keep 5 in a round in rotation on the cart top posts and bag strap. So I buy the cheapies

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I'm kind of surprised nobody has mentioned the Costco Callaway gloves.  I've never personally tried them, mostly because they aren't blue, but they get good ratings and 4 gloves for $25 seems like a pretty good deal for real leather.

 

https://www.costco.com/Callaway-Men's-Leather-Golf-Glove-4-pack%3a-Right-Handed.product.100054759.html

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I'm kind of surprised nobody has mentioned the Costco Callaway gloves. I've never personally tried them, mostly because they aren't blue, but they get good ratings and 4 gloves for $25 seems like a pretty good deal for real leather.

 

https://www.costco.com/Callaway-Men's-Leather-Golf-Glove-4-pack%3a-Right-Handed.product.100054759.html

Love these gloves as my range gloves.
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FJ sta soft or weather soft are my usual practice gloves but the UA ones get mixed in. I used to wear the Bridgestone tour glove for awhile on the course but I'm more of tsa soft or Titleist players on the course

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Asher gloves are my choice. Add a little style also with the different color options.

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Hirzl gloves are the ones for me - soft Kangaroo leather that wears like iron

 

 

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Asher gloves are my choice. Add a little style also with the different color options.

I was just looking at these. How is the quality?

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So I went with the premium line to see if they last a little longer. The men's large has a snug fit which I like. Overall quality seems good though. Played a couple rounds with them and no visual wear spots yet. I bought the blue red and white and just keep them on a rotation hoping they last maybe a season.

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My glove of choice is the Zero Friction. Fits well and last good. Like the tee holder.

Think it was Hirz I tried several years ago. Before Edwin Watts went out of business I bought 6. NONE OF THEM made it past 5 holes. Got ahold of them and they said they would replace em, sent one it didn't last any longer than the others. NEVER AGAIN.

 

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My glove of choice is the Zero Friction. Fits well and last good.

 

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These are one size fits all, correct? What size glove do you normally wear in other brands? I've thought about trying these out, but I wear an XL-XXL and I'm kinda iffy about them.

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These are one size fits all, correct? What size glove do you normally wear in other brands? I've thought about trying these out, but I wear an XL-XXL and I'm kinda iffy about them.

Yes. One size fit. And it seems to work. Me, I'm a ML.. short fingers but wide paw.

 

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I buy whatever is on sale most of the time.  Ive tried the Callaway from Costco and they dont last but for the price they are okay.  I got a few Nike gloves hanging on that I really like. I prefer a glove with a padded heel when I can find them for a decent price.

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