Re: problem with sweaty hands/moisture?
Down here in along the Gulf Coast of Florida we get extreme humid conditions alot. This time of year I have to practice first thing in the morning or else I start sweating so much I absolutely cannot hold onto a club without stopping ever shot to wipe down my grip.
Here's what I do when I play in the high heat/humidity conditions. One, I take my glove off between shots. I know some guys keep it on, but in these conditions you need to keep as much sweat off your glove as possible.
Two, I carry about four gloves in my bag and rotate in a new one every three to six holes. If it is mild humidity I will start with one and then replace it after a few holes. The other one I just hang on my bag and let it dry out. I'll just go back and forth on those two if it isn't bad. If it is very humid I'll work through all four. Oh, and I'll usually warm up with a different one too on the range. Before I did this I would use the same glove and by the end of the round it was soaked. I also found that holes formed very easily in them once they were wet with sweat.
And three, I use a dry towel to wipe down my hands and grips after each shot. If I'm practicing I'll wipe my grips down with a wet towel and then dry towel after using it or else I get a ton of sweat and body oil on the grip. During a round I wipe down my grips after ever shot.
Of course, the nice thing about playing in the heat is that not as many people want to get out and play in the terrible conditions. You get less people on the course! Maybe they are just smarter than I am