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11 hours ago, Jmikecpa said:

I change my previous answer to no glove. Who knew after 40 years of playing golf that I hit it better without a glove.


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Kirkland gloves from Costco.

Until the weather gets humid I play gloveless.   Once the humidity kicks in,  I wear a single Footjoy rain glove.   

I stocked up on some Costco branded gloves at $20 for 4 gloves. They feel good and performance wise they are par with a lot of the name brand gloves. The only thing I noticed was that after using it

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On hot and humid days I use the spandex gloves from Bender Gloves. They wick away sweat really well and have great grip. I used to use the SPIDR from FJ but they stopped making it. Tried HIRZL and really liked them, they last forever.

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On hot and humid days I use the spandex gloves from Bender Gloves. They wick away sweat really well and have great grip. I used to use the SPIDR from FJ but they stopped making it. Tried HIRZL and really liked them, they last forever.

I do love HIRZL gloves and agree they last all summer for me.


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On 5/25/2020 at 12:36 AM, beelzeberto said:

What do you all do with your gloves when they're done? I go through gloves rather quickly. Either I wear the palm out, I wear the thumb out, or both. I feel bad just throwing them away but I'm not sure they can be re-purposed?

Valid point, seems such a shame to throw them away after such a short life.

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I started using the Bender Golf gloves a couple years ago. The Spandex gloves fit great, do not slip and look great.  They have all kinds of colors and patterns.  I love the argyle and fire patterns - different and feels great!

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I have always had sweaty palms so I can't swing a club without one. Even in baseball, I would wear two. I have so much anxiety about it that just thinking about it is making my palms sweat. As for which ones I play, I love the ones at costco before they started stocking callway and before they redesigned. The originals are clean, classic, and feel great. I have dozens stockpiled cause my dad's a bit of a hoarder, so I doubt I'll need to buy another for years. 

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Tried several different gloves to date ranging from Nike, Taylormade, FJ, titleist, UA, and a few others, but none have come close to FJ's Stasof for me. The fit remains true longer than any other glove, which is huge for me considering I want a consistent fit. Nothing bugs me more than when a glove stretches out after a few uses. I can't say its the longest lasting glove, but it gets the job done for me. I think they're in the $20 range for a single glove. Definitely my top pick

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Driver: Ping G400 

Woods: Ping G400, G30

Irons: Ping i200

Wedges: Titleist SM6 & SM7

Putter: Odyssey Stroke Lab One

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I have always had sweaty palms so I can't swing a club without one. Even in baseball, I would wear two. I have so much anxiety about it that just thinking about it is making my palms sweat. As for which ones I play, I love the ones at costco before they started stocking callway and before they redesigned. The originals are clean, classic, and feel great. I have dozens stockpiled cause my dad's a bit of a hoarder, so I doubt I'll need to buy another for years. 

Best gloves for sweaty hands are FJ rain gloves. They seem to breath better given they're fabric.


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I have a hard time finding gloves that fit.  Either a poor fit for my thumb or most gloves are not long enough and pull up exposing part of my palm.  Tried a Mizuno Pro last year and problem solved and last longer than other gloves for me (probably because they fit properly).  Stocked up last year when they went on sale.

Driver - Callaway Rogue Draw

Woods - Callaway Rogue 5 wood

Hybrid - Titleist TS2 21 degree

Irons - Taylormade P790 5-PW

Wedges - Ping Glide 2.0 52-56-60

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FWIW, I'm a big fan of the UA Strikeskin Tour.  Snug but not too much so, great tack, and plenty durable.  I'm also big on the Mizuno Tour and Mizuno Elite.

And for those of you playing without a glove...mind blown.  I'm not knocking it because I haven't tried it, but you don't feel like you get a better more secure grip with a glove??

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Glove needs to be all white or as much as possible

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Putter- PING Heppler Tomcat 14 34"  default_ping-small.jpg.69d8e0343843830069d58004a5aeb3e8.jpg

Ball- Titleist ProV1x default_titelist-small.jpg.d620943db19c6c6f477d78c3e6dcfb1b.jpg  

 

 

 

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I have recently switched over to the footjoy weather soft from the nike dura feel glove. The dura feels usually lasted me a full season to season and a half. Based on how my new footjoy 1 is wearing i'll probably get about the same out of it.

I also use a footjoy rain glove if its humid or in the rain.

A must for me is a glove with the extra leather padding on the palm 

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Ping G410 LST 9 degree X flex ping tour shaft 75G

Ping G410 3 wood 14.5  X flex Evenflow black 85G

Taylormade Gapr low 19 degree X flex KBS hybrid 80G

Titleist 714 AP2 4-9 iron +.5 length 1 degree upright S flex kbs tour 120G

Vokey SM6 46  +.5 length 1 degree upright Dynamic gold S 300

Vokey SM5 50, 54,  +.5 length 1 degree upright S flex kbs tour 120G

Vokey SM5 58  +.5 length 1 degree upright S high rev 125G

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On 4/6/2020 at 10:04 PM, Briton said:

My hands sweat too much to go gloveless or else I would. So the gloves I use are Asher golf gloves. They have some good styles and color variety and different cost variety.  I love them and they feel good. If not those then I use a too expensive Taylor made glove lol.

Do these do well with the sweat? I need something my Nike isn’t cutting it anymore to sweaty 

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I wear Bionic Stable Grips.  A bit more expensive, but they seem to last a very long time - longer than other gloves I have used.

Also like the fit and feel of the glove.

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My favorite glove is now really hard to find Hirzl Trust Control glove....great feel, grip and durability.


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I currently wear the UA Cool Switch. But they're discontinued, not especially durable, and I'm on my last one. Tried the Iso-Chill (the successor), but didn't like it as much and it was even less durable -- ripped after about two rounds and a couple range sessions.

What should I try next? Here's my problem: I'm a lefty (so a right-hand glove) and size XL. Do my fellow lefties have any suggestions for trying things on? Dick's might have two options if I'm lucky, or if I drive all the way across town to Golf Galaxy I might find 5 or 6 options. (I'd be all for giving Kirkland a try, but they don't offer a right hand glove.)

Driver: Ping G410 LST 10.5°, Mitsubishi C6 ONYX 60 Stiff, 44.5"
Hybrids: Callaway Apex 19, 2H-4H, Fujikura Atmos TS Hybrid Blue 85 Stiff
Irons: Callaway Apex 19, 5i-AW, Aerotech SteelFiber 110 Stiff
Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM8 Jet Black, 54-10S and 60-8M (bent to 58°), Aerotech SteelFiber 110 Stiff
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... Good topic, but I have never worn a glove. Tried one but I didn't get through the entire round before putting it in my bag. Instead I use UTx grips that are very tacky. I do have to wipe them down before almost every shot, but a small price to pay for tack and comfort. 

Driver:   TaylorMade SIM2 Max 10.5* ... Tensei Raw Blue 60R
Fairway:  TaylorMade SIM2 Max 15* ... Tensei Raw Blue 65R
                 Cobra SZ 18.5* ... Even Flow 75R
Utility:   TaylorMade DHy 19* ... Diamana Limited 65R
              Taylor Made RBZ Tour 21.5* ... Altus 85S
Irons:    4-Pw Cobra King Tour MIM ... Steelfiber 95R
Wedges:  Cobra Snakebite 50* ... Steelfiber 95R
                 Vokey SM8 58* ... Steelfiber 95R
Putter:  Cleveland Hunting Beach Soft 11S 33.5"
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I've got a few of these Pings that I bought when they were far cheaper, probably on sale. I'm still using the one I started last season with, and it's still quite comfy and holding up well.

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I use Fit 39 gloves, discovered these at a golf shop in Japan.  Synthetic material that feels good and lasts long even with my hands that sweat constantly in the FL humidity.  One thing is the sizing, I typically wear M but had to go up to L for the fit 39.  

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Love Hirzl gloves but they are so hard to find. That said, I'm really hard on gloves mainly because I don't take care of them, so I go with mainly the MG glove. It's cheap, well made, they last as long as the brand names and it's all cab. leather. I do have some Callaway, Titleist and FJ in the mix, but really none are that much better than the MG plus at six bucks and change, I can afford to to be a little rough with them. 

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