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Re: Golf glove or no glove???my gloves must be malfunctioning because if I wear one it will last about 4 holes and then its soaked and doesn't provide more grip, but less. I take it off and start hitting better shots so I think I'm gonna start going without and see how that works out for me.
Re: Golf glove or no glove???
I started the game gloveless. A couple seasons later I started wearing a glove because everyone said I needed one - that always felt wrong to me, so I see your point.
Re: Golf glove or no glove???So do you play with a glove or without one? Gloves don't "fit like a glove" for my hand, I'm not sure why. I think the majority of "rubs" and the occasional blister are caused by the glove. I really liked Golf Pride's Tour Wrap 2g grips (have stock grips right now) and was thinking if I were to put those on I might be able to just go gloveless.
Re: Golf glove or no glove???has been gloveless since i started playing golf. the left palm has calloused.
Driver : TM R9 10.5 deg,white graman no5 shaft
Woods : TM R9 3 wood 15 deg,white graman no5 shaft
Maruman M sole 7 wood,graman cf340 shaft
Hybrid : TM rescue dual 22 deg,steelfibre shaft
TM rescue dual 25 deg,steelfibre shaft
Irons : Yamaha Inpres X 410v 6i to P,KBS Tour shafts
Wedges : Fourteen MT28 J.spec 48 deg,KBS Tour black shaft
TM Rac TP 52 deg 8 deg bounce 'Z' grooves,KBS Tour black shaft
Titleist BV spin milled 56 deg wedge,KBS Tour shaft
Putter : Scotty Cameron Studio Select Newport 2 or
Zen 'Zap' putter
Balls : Titliest ProV1 or whatever good balls i find on the course
Re: Golf glove or no glove???I use a glove always, but I still have the stock grips on all my clubs. I'm thinking about getting them re-gripped (it's been almost two years since I bought all of them). Pretty excited about that. I'm sticking with the glove for now though. I enjoy the ritual of putting it on and taking it off between shots as I plan my next move.
Re: Golf glove or no glove???No glove. Keep one handy, but barely use it. Even on the range, no glove, but after 100 balls, I'll need some tape. If I go on a range bender, then the hands get pretty raw and red, but still playable. No problem with chipping or pitching. Figure I saved $50/year over many years not buying gloves regularly.
I only wear a glove when it is very cold or very hot. I prefer no glove because I feel it lets my hands work better together. Otherwise I feel the glove hand sticks to the non gloved and I get a binding. Not sure id that makes sense but it works for me.