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It is that time of year again in the northeast, the cold weather has begun.  But unfortunately I could only find one of my Footjoy WinterSof golf gloves so I need to buy a new winter glove.  Considering all gloves before I make the purchase and would love your suggestions.  I also noticed that Footjoy came out with a new StaSof for Winter and was curious if anyone has tried it yet.

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I use FJ rain gloves, I have their winter gloves but the elastic wrist band is too tight for me also they're a bit bulky. My golfing partner wears the rain gloves but also has extra large mittens he puts on when not hitting the ball. I'm going to try that solution. 

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Winter gloves are just too bulky,   I golf without a glove unless it is really humid so I just use cart gloves and take them off to hit a shot.   

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I bought the winter and the rain. I have only used the winter and have had no problem with it. Kind of like those velvet football player gloves. Work fine when your cold and come in handy. :)

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I use these.  They have grip pads on the palms and are a nice stretchy material that's snug but very comfortable.  I usually use a regular golf glove plus one of these but sometimes use both.  I don't play in winter weather per se, but I do go out in cooler spring/fall weather (down into the 40s).  They make a great pair of everyday gloves off the golf course too.

 

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I spring ski with gloves like that (well, all skiing in VA is generally spring skiing).  Never thought to play golf in them.  I'll have to try it.


Yeah, I am not sure how the palm on the left hand would hold up. But you can get a pair fairly cheap. Maybe some with leather palms would be better for long term use.
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I got a pair of a FJ winter rain gloves but dont love them as I tend to get too strong in the right hand and start pulling the ball. 

A few guys I play with have clic gear mittens on their carts and they love them so Im going that route.. 

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Use cart mittens with hand warmers and take your hands out when you're ready to hit. 

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1 hour ago, jlukes said:

Use cart mittens with hand warmers and take your hands out when you're ready to hit. 

I don't use gloves either.  When I ride I use Titleist cart mittens with hand warmers, and I have Ultimittens that attach to my push cart when I walk.  Hand warmers are a must!

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I've been using the FJ Wintersoft for years. I get a pair around the first of October and wear them for driving too. It helps me get used to having them on and playing is a lot easier then. I go through one pair each year.

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