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Golf Glove Sizing Chart

Why Does Glove
Size Matter?

MEN’S GLOVE SIZE CHART

To measure LENGTH: measure from the tip of your middle finger to the first crease on your wrist (closest to your palm)

Total Length (Centimeters)

Total Circumference (Centimeters)

21.8

SMALL

23 - 23.5

22.4

MEDIUM

23.5 - 24.5

23

MED. LARGE

24.5 - 25

23.6

LARGE

25 - 25.5

24.2

X-LARGE

25.5 - 26

24.8

XX-LARGE

26-26.5

25.4

XXX-LARGE

26.5-27

MEN’S CADET GLOVE SIZE CHART

To measure LENGTH: measure from the tip of your middle finger to the first crease on your wrist (closest to your palm)

Total Length (Centimeters)

Total Circumference (Centimeters)

17 - 17.5

SMALL

20 - 21

17.5 - 18.5

MEDIUM

223.5 - 24.5

18.5 - 19

MED. LARGE

24.5 - 25

219 - 19.5

LARGE

25 - 25.5

19.5 - 20

X-LARGE

25.5 - 26

WOMEN’S GLOVE SIZE CHART

To measure LENGTH: measure from the tip of your middle finger to the first crease on your wrist (closest to your palm)

Total Length (Centimeters)

20.3

SMALL

20.9

MEDIUM

21.5

LARGE

KIDS’ GLOVE SIZE CHART

To measure LENGTH: measure from the tip of your middle finger to the first crease on your wrist (closest to your palm)

Total Length (Centimeters)

Total Circumference (Centimeters)

18.4

SMALL

16.6

19

MEDIUM

17.2

19.7

LARGE

17.5

20.4

X-LARGE

18.1

Benefits Of a Golf Glove

Wearing a golf glove is not mandatory for playing golf, but it is definitely recommended. In a game that is won or lost by a matter of inches, golfers will take any advantage that they can get. We’re here to help you find the right glove, understand the benefits of wearing a glove, and help take some strokes off your game in the process.

A golf glove is typically worn on your “lead hand” – the hand that’s on top of the grip. If you’re a right-handed golfer, you should be wearing a glove on your left hand, and vice versa for left-handed golfers. Choosing the right type of glove and making sure that it fits well is fundamental to getting every benefit that a golf glove has to offer.

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Grip + Control

A well-fitted golf glove will help to apply the right amount of pressure on your club, minimizing the likelihood that your hands will slip or that the club face will rotate. With additional grip, your swing can be more relaxed and confident at address.

Comfort + Protection

Taking hundreds of swings and gripping tightly can often result in potential blisters and callouses. A golf glove can greatly reduce the wear and tear on your hands and the likelihood of developing blisters. A golf glove that fits properly will be much more comfortable and effective.

Warmth + Dryness

If you happen to get caught in some less-than-ideal weather, golf gloves can help keep your hands dry and warm. Some gloves are specifically designed for colder weather, while others are better suited for wet rainy days.

Golf Glove Care Tips

  • Avoid wiping or cleaning your clubs or balls with your glove
  • Take off your glove in between shots
  • Use older gloves when practicing at the driving range
  • When done a round, don’t wad your glove in your bag
  • Dry out and keep your glove flat after finishing a round of golf
  • Lightly wash your golf glove with a damp cloth when dirty
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Types Of Golf Gloves

Leather

If you’re looking for a glove that offers a comfortable feel, durable material, and increased performance, you can’t go wrong with a cabretta leather golf glove. A leather golf glove is the most common choice for golfers of all skill levels.

Synthetic

Synthetic golf gloves are lightweight, stretchy, and breathable. A synthetic glove is a great choice for warmer weather to keep your hands cool and also offer a great fit by contouring to the shape of your hand.

All-Weather

For players who play in adverse conditions and want to be prepared for the worst, an all-weather golf glove offers superior protection against the elements. All-weather gloves are perfect for humid and moist conditions.

Hybrid

Hybrid golf gloves combine the best of both leather and synthetic gloves to create a winning combination. The leather portion is often through the palm and fingers to enhance grip while the synthetic material is used in the joints to offer flexibility. The only downside of the hybrid gloves is that they are often more expensive – but definitely worth it.

Thermal

Although many players might opt for not playing in colder weather or might not live in a climate where this could be an issue, but thermal golf gloves can help keep your hands warm during the coldest of golf rounds. The thick material helps maintain heat and keep your hands warm during the colder weather.

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Check out our selection of golf gloves and take your golf game to another level. With a variety
of colours, materials, and precise sizing, you’ll be sure to find the perfect fit for your specific
needs and unique style.

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