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  1. 1. Do you wear a glove?

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I wear a glove all the time. I like the feel for some reason. I'm trying to not wear a glove while I'm putting so it can dry out( in addition to me taking it off and trying to dry it from hole to tee box) and not get too soaked from sweating in it while playing in 100-110* heat. I may buy a second glove just for that reason.
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I carry two gloves in my bag since my hands tend to sweat alot and it soaks through, and I change up the glove after nine holes.
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no glove for me, and I'm surprised by the amount of others who don't like the "Michael Jackson" glove look either.

to tell you the truth I can't remember the last time I saw anyone without a glove on other then myself while playing.

I've actually been asked alot by people I've been paired up with about not wearing 1, and them not understanding it.

tour players over the years who don't:

Couples
Janzen
Cochran
Glover

anyone else think of any?
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I probably answered this before, but I also don't wear gloves when golfing. I should find some gloves for when it's really, really raining, but I've always put that off.
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i started playing when i was about 8 and 8 years on i dont use one,never liked them anyway and couldnt feel the advantage when i hit a few shots with one.
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I haven't used a glove since high school, I'm now 31, for some reason it just doesn't feel right... I've tried now and again playing with one but I always just give it away. No glove for me...
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I've only played a couple of rounds without one. I don't know how people can bare the pain on there hands without ones (maybe it's because I play everyday? idk)
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I've only played a couple of rounds without one. I don't know how people can bare the pain on there hands without ones (maybe it's because I play everyday? idk)

I'm in the same bag as you. I rely too much on my left hand for my grip, and it would tear up my hand if I didn't wear a glove. I learned this the hard way earlier this year, when I played nine holes without a glove after leaving it on top of the TV at home. I couldn't touch a club for the next three days.

My left hand is a lot less tan than my right hand. It's obvious from a mile off. And, I go through gloves pretty quickly - about once a month before I wear a hole in it.
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I wear a black glove so the wear doesn't show so much. I also take it off after every shot... habit caused by the heat here in Oklahoma, I sweat too much. I noticed one other person mentioned doing that too. Neato.
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