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Collection: Golf Glove

Leather Golf Gloves

By far the most common type of material of golf glove, leather has many benefits to golfers. The texture of the material is perfect for golf; it offers great feel to a player, and grips like a second skin.

Leather is also very moisture resistant and will stay soft for a long time if looked after correctly. Over time it will stretch so don't go for the larger one and hope to grow into it. After a wet day it will hold water, but when dried off it will offer the same grip as before if dried properly. Make sure you pull it to shape and let it dry naturally.

Synthetic Golf Gloves

More commonly used on smaller parts of a glove, synthetic is a stretchy, extremely lightweight material that suits a golf glove perfectly. It is mainly used to bridge the knuckles or offer more flexibility in the joints of the fingers.

Some gloves in the market do use 100% synthetic material and these will be more durable than a leather glove. Its lightweight, breathable and stretchy microfibres work well to adapt to movement in a player's hand and keeps the hand cool in warm weather.

All-Weather Golf Gloves

The all-weather glove does it exactly what it says on the tin. Aimed towards golfers who play in wet or extremely humid conditions, it is more water resistant than any other material and can offer better feel in moist conditions.

The light synthetic material is breathable and actually grips better the more it gets wet as the fibres on the palm of the glove stand up to create more friction. Often covered in a warmer, thick material to keep your hand warm through colder conditions, it is undoubtedly the best option for golf in the rain or if your are sweaty in warm conditions.

Thermal Golf Gloves

Winter weather and temperatures scare a lot of golfers away from the golf course, but winter or thermal gloves offer a warmer option to your fingers in those winter months. This playing glove is a thick, often knitted or thermal material that is worn on one or both hands to play shots. It looks like a normal golf glove and is usually dark coloured and allows a player to maintain heat in their hands, which is essential for golf in cold weather.

Golf Mitts

The other type of winter glove is a mitt. Designed to slip over your hands or a normal playing glove, you cannot play with these gloves on, but there is no better way to maintain feeling in your hands than winter golfing mitts.

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