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TPowell

Gloves?

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How do you guys handle gloves? i used to be a one glove kind of guy. I would use it for tournament play, practice rounds, range sessions, etc. Now, I'm thinking of alternating between 2 practice round gloves, 2 tournament play gloves, and a range glove. My next question is about gloves with thick heel pads. Is there a glove with a thicker heel pad than the Footjoy Weathersof?

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haven't been able to decide on rain gloves either. Either going to be the Taylormade H2O or the Footjoy ones. Anybody have any opinion on which provides the better grip and is more durable?

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Originally Posted by TPowell

haven't been able to decide on rain gloves either. Either going to be the Taylormade H2O or the Footjoy ones. Anybody have any opinion on which provides the better grip and is more durable?

I would be interested in a new pair of rain gloves. The one I have is made by Wilson and it takes wetting it to make it work. I hate having wet gloves against my hands because it's going to lead to rheumatism in the future.

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check out callaway warbird

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If your worried about the heel pad, you are gripping it way to tight and losing distance.  It's a golf glove not a baseball batting glove. if you want more padding there, look into a baseball batting glove. I like my gloves super soft.

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