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I have never tried Kirkland Signature gloves probably because there are no Costco Stores in my area. I normally play the Maxfli Elite which I think have an excellent feel. I've tried the Footjoy Weathersoft and just wasn't a fan.

Anyways, after reading the reviews, I'm going to get a 4 pack off Amazon for $32,99. I'll let everyone know what I think of them if golf weather ever comes to NW PA or I can travel again.

Ping G400 Max @ 9 degrees

Ping G400 Stretch 3W

Ping G400 3i Hybrid

Cleveland 2009 launcher 4i Hybrid (also a 2i and 1i not currently in the bag)

Ping G700 5-9, PW, GW, SW (Green Dot and 3/4" length addition)

Ping Glide-3 60 Deg. LW (Green Dot) (also a Glide-2 58 deg LW and Glide 54 Deg SW not in the bag)

All Golf Pride CP2 Wrap Midsize Grips

Cleveland Huntington Beach Soft 11 Putter 35" w/oversize grip

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I haven't been playing very long but have tried a few different gloves and the cost/value ratio on these just feels great. I've played mostly cold weather golf starting in October so not sure how they'll hold up during the summer/sweatier rounds but the feel is great. I get them a little tight as they seem to stretch a decent amount. 

Driver: default_titelist-small.jpg.af6c79e031d0a7016fffa91ce0212512.jpg TSi2 9.0* w/ Tensei blue stiff shaft // 3 Wood: default_titelist-small.jpg.af6c79e031d0a7016fffa91ce0212512.jpg TSi3 15* Tensei white stiff shaft

Hybrid: default_taylormade-small.jpg.e85cafcb95032f919dfafeb5fd18ac1e.jpg GAPR Hi 3h

Irons: default_titelist-small.jpg.af6c79e031d0a7016fffa91ce0212512.jpg T300 4-PW + 48* & 53*w/ KBS tour stiff

Wedge: default_cleveland-small.jpg.5931429dde47ec5093bb94bc9d38f8b5.jpg CBX2 58*10

Putter: KS1

Ball: Srixon Z-star // Bag: default_ping-small.jpg.2da16be6ff3360b3177f4439c6c6288b.jpg DLX

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Reporting back on these and thus far a solid 4/5 stars.  I picked up a batch of 7 gloves on eBay and still using the first one after a dozen rounds, two fittings, and a few range session!  It is showing the usual wear on the palm but looks to have at least a handful of rounds left. 

I would rate these as longer lasting than the Callaway gloves I'd been buying in 4 packs in recent years.  Those wore through the palm too. I would also say they run a wee bit on the large side of fit, so if your on the fence between sizes, go with the smaller.

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:ping-small: G410 Plus, 9 Degree Driver 

:ping-small: G400 SFT, 16 Degree 3w

:ping-small: G400 SFT, 19 Degree 5w

:srixon-small:  ZX5 Irons 4-AW 

:ping-small: Glide 2.0 56 Degree SW   (removed from double secret probation 😍)

:EVNROLL: ER5v Putter  (Evnroll ER5v Official Review)




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Agree with the size thing. I wear large cadet normally but the ML in the Kirklands fits me just fine.

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Driver:   Titleist TSr2 11 - UST Helium 5F3

Fairway: Titleist TS2 16.5 and 21 - Evenflow Riptide CB R

Irons: Titleist U505 4U and T300 5-GW - Aerotech SteelFiber i80 R

Wedges:  Cleveland Black RTX ZipCore 54 and Full Face 58 - True Temper Dynamic Gold Wedge 

Putter:  Odyssey TriHot 5K TripleWide

Bag:  Titleist 15 Cart

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I've been doing my own unscientific comparison of deep value gloves this winter (in Florida).   I've probably played through 12 Kirkland gloves over the past few years.  My two complaints are (1) they the tend to stretch out fairly quickly once they get sweaty, and (2) the inner side of the thumb tends to  wear our quickly.  I recently tried two different model MG gloves.  The standard version has played pretty well, but it has stretched a bit.  The "premium" version was quite comfortable, but I wore through the inner side of the thumb in  about 4 rounds.  I'm currently playing the TGW glove and really like it - comfortable and stands up to wear and tear.  So, at this point, the TGW glove is my favorite of the deep  value choices.  (All gloves included in the comparison are priced <$9.)

Too bad MGS didn't include the el cheapo gloves in its just-published comparison.

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As an update to the 4th pair in the pack.  
they didn’t last 2 rounds (21 holes) before the seam on the outside, heel, blew out.  Gloves were comfortable, fit well, good price point, and had decent grip.  But, the durability is an embarrassment.  Bought 3 “premium” Bridgestone somethings.  Fit just as well, leather is softer, better grip in normal, hot, cold, and rain.  Best of all were on close out at local store for $6 instead of normal $30.  Have 5 rounds on first pair and they show none of the usual heel wear from my grip and none of the seems show any stretching/fraying.   
I had high hopes for the K-sigs, I don’t care what the logo on my glove is, it went well with my PXG driver lol.  But... the durability was so bad I just can’t recommend them.  
So I think that this will be a common issue similar to the K sig balls and honestly many of the K sig brand products.

Not really sure if it's just a Costco bi-product, that when they contract companies to produce items, they just end up strangling all of the quality out of the original model by demanding lower costs? The first round of K sig gloves for me was I think late 2019. I was pretty thrilled with the product and even posted about how everyone should check them out.

Now I've completely written them off. Getting fewer than 5 rounds in a glove before it either blows a seam, leather rips, shrinks, stretches, or any of the issues that I've seen with the past 5 packs (20 gloves) I've purchased over 2020,

Now for a replacement glove that I am finding has kept consistent quality, the PGATSS PGA Tour pro series is a fantastic glove. @ $10 it's 1/2 to 1/3 the price of most others and far outlasts the newer K-sigs and I'm yet to have any of the issues previously mentioned. They also seem to stay soft and don't absorb sweat nearly as badly.

the more I practice, the luckier I seem to get..

   PXG 0311 Gen 5 9°/ Fujikura MotoreX F1 6X
:cobra-small:  F6 3 Wood 14* / Kuro Kage Silver 65X
:cobra-small: F8 6 wood 20* / Fujikura MotoreX F3 6S

:cobra-small: RADSpeed Hybrid 24*
post-76102-0-38507100-1525284411_thumb.jpg TS1 4-GW / FCM Precision 6.5 Rifle
post-76102-0-38507100-1525284411_thumb.jpg  TSW Wedge - 56/12
:edel-golf-1:  EAS 1.0 / Grip master 2.0 






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I am  Kirkland Large size, and they feel and fit great. The leather stretches and gives a bit of need. Which is great; the comfort is something either am getting used to.

Value is really a plus. They are equal or better than any other glove I have used.

i have at played least 35 rounds ( with a equal number of range sessions) with these Kirkland gloves and am more than satisfied.


Driver:  Taylormade  SLDR Fujikura XLR8 61 S RH.   

3 Wood: TaylorMade RBZ 3W

Hybrid: Ping G400 3 Hyb 19 degree S

Irons: Titleist 710 AP1 5-PW Aerotek Steelfiber i110 cw S RH standard lie 

Wedges: 50 Callaway MD 4, 54 Vokey SM5, 58 Callaway Forged

Putters: Ping Grayhawk Putter

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