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A comfortable glove can make a huge difference in your golf game. Besides protecting your hands from blistering, golf gloves increase grip to make the club feel more like a part of your arm, and prevent it from flying down the green with the ball. If you’re just getting into golf and need a glove recommendation, or looking for an effective upgrade, check out the seven golf gloves below (all available for left or right handers).
1. Time Bus Golf Glove
Another great golf glove is this one from Time Bus. The standout feature of this glove is moisture reduction, making it ideal for golfing in wet conditions this winter. Overall it’s a sturdy, durable glove for any golfer.
2. Callaway Dawn Patrol Golf Glove
Callaway is one of the most respected golf companies around, and the Dawn Patrol glove upholds their reputation. The glove is made of leather with palm, finger, and thumb perforations for a soft, breathable feel. It also has a very reasonable price tag at under $15, and comes highly recommended with over 400 reviews and 4.5 stars on Amazon.
3. FootJoy WeatherSof Golf Glove
FootJoy’s WeatherSof glove is a best-seller for good reason. The glove is made of premium Cabretta leather, features dual PowerNet mesh inserts and has FootJoy’s signature FiberSof palm and back for a consistently comfortable fit. Plus you’re buying from a highly trusted golf company you’ve probably heard of, or seen on pros like Justin Thomas and Henrik Stenson.[caption id="attachment_84247" align="aligncenter" width="414"] Image courtesy of Amazon[/caption]
4. Puma Formation Hybrid Golf Glove
Along with an eye-catching colorway, this golf glove by Puma offers real performance with strategically placed Lycra, double perforation, and soft Cabretta leather. It’s also a favorite of Rickie Fowler, one of Puma’s pro athletes.
5. Bionic StableGrip Golf Glove
This glove by Bionic features three dimensional finger pads with a lycra web that gives a more stabilized, flexible grip than normal gloves. It also features a pad system that evenly distributes pressure – ideal if typical golf gloves still make your hands hurt.
6. Under Armour Spieth Tour Glove
Under Armour’s Spieth glove boasts tour-level Cabaretta leather and a streamlined, comfortable fit. It’s cosigned by it’s namesake, Jordan Spieth, so you can trust you’re getting a quality glove.
7. Nike All Weather III Golf Glove
The All Weather III’s by Nike are the only gloves on this list that come as a pair, which is a huge benefit if you’re golfing in bad weather this winter. The water-resistant microfiber material offers leading performance in wet conditions, and a knuckle over-mold gives them a premium fit and excellent flexibility. They’re a little more expensive than buying a single glove, but you definitely get what you pay for with the All Weathers.