Haven’t been in the rain to try them out. Going to be just winter gloves here in another month or so
Brought these gloves for a recent trip to Scotland and they were great. They dried fast when the rain stopped and kept your hands solidly on the club during the rain. Highly recommend these gloves
Purchased two sets of rain gloves for a bucket list trip to Scotland & Ireland. It absolutely poured on us on the Old Course and Royal County Down. My hands were soaked early in each round. I never lost grip of a club but my hands were soaked. Is this the way this product is designed to work?
Haven’t worn it yet, but bought it thinking it was waterPROOF and now understand it’s not, but resistant. All said, a little light and for Ireland, she’ll find waterproof gloves for ZR
My new rain gloves (and my clubs!) were borrowed by the airlines during my once-in-a-lifetime golf trip to Scotland. So, I didn't get to try them out. They look good, fit good, but they still look like new. Most rain gloves are designed to be grippy when wet. I bought these because they are water-proof and grippy...they'll keep my hands dry (and warm)...well, they would have.
Cabretta leather is a top-quality material for leather golf gloves. It’s made from the hide of haired sheep and provides a comfortable fit, soft feel, and superior grip. An advantage that comes with using cabretta leather golf gloves is that they remain soft and pliable throughout several rounds.
An average golf gloves last up to 10 rounds. Factors that can vary the lifespan of your glove include: the number of swings, the tightness of your grip, the material, and how well you take care of your glove. The “Brahma” glove from Red Rooster can last up to and more than 10 rounds with proper use and care.
A golf glove is typically worn on the “weaker” or lead hand - which is the hand on the top of your grip. If you swing your clubs from the right side, you will need a left-handed golf glove, and vice versa for lefties. The “Brahma”” glove comes in both orientations, for left-handed and right-handed golfers.
You don’t have to! High level golfers believe that their feel is much better without a golf glove when hitting delicate shots with their putter. It’s good practice to take it off to let your glove air out and to maximize your chances of draining tricky putts.
A commonly overlooked factor when choosing a golf glove is finding the right fit. A glove is supposed to fit like a second skin and should feel tight around your hand and fingers. Our team has developed a comprehensive glove sizing guide which can help you pick out the right size glove. No more loose gloves that affect your swing!