For me, golf is precision and dexterity. For that reason, I always look for the best golf gloves, ones that feel comfortable, allow me to maintain absolute control of my golf club and achieve the best results with each swing. Of course I’ve realized that finding those gloves can be almost as difficult as trying to rescue lost golf balls in the bushes. I have had ambidextrous gloves that do not agree with each other, others that slide and some that even dyed my hand blue.
What is the best golf glove?
Reaching the best market is a matter of knowing yourself, your hands and your style of play. Getting carried away by the cheapest you get or by the most expensive can be big mistakes. You should always look at the glove materials and their quality.
You also have to choose the right size for your hands and make them feel comfortable and durable. To combine all this can be complicated, so take a look at my comparative list with economic and quality models.
For all users
These gloves are available for both the right hand and the left and in many sizes. They are nylon.
2. Wilson Staff golf gloves
The best quality
Have more movement with these gloves that combine breathable mesh and synthetic leather. They give excellent grip and have the endorsement of a recognized brand.
3. Nike Golf Dura Feel VI 2 cadet glove
The combination of leather and lycra spandex gives you the best combination of flexibility and grip. It’s for lefties.
4. Golf Glove Taylormade Rain by HG
A complete package
Take advantage of its waterproof features and go out to play in the rain. They are also breathable, very comfortable and include a glove for both hands.
5. Bionic StableGrip golf gloves
Not only do they look great, but they feel great. They have three pads and grip pads with better finger and lycra design for greater freedom of movement.
6. Under Armor UA golf glove
If you are right-handed, take a look at this glove made with Cabretta leather and available in various colors and sizes. Keep your palm soft and airy in warm climates.
7. Titleist Golf Gloves 1
Available in sizes S, M, ML and XL, this glove for the left hand with Cabretta and lycra feels great.
8. Golf gloves Trust Control 2.0 by HIRZL
You can have them for rights or lefties and in a variety of sizes. They are for all weather and are super resistant.
9. Callaway golf gloves
A lot of style
This model reduces humidity and, therefore, the discomfort and loss of control in the palms and fingers. It has lycra, elastics and skin feel.
10. ThermaGrip golf gloves from Mizuno
They have everything
Looking for a mix in sports and classics? These look great and also protect you from the elements and give a great grip.
Types of golf gloves
They are usually made of Cabretta leather, they have very high durability, they are quite elastic and fit well in the hand. They are not water resistant, so they are not recommended for rain.
For the rain
They have synthetic materials that keep your hands dry and protected in rainy or humid climates.
For all weather
These gloves are made for any situation, so they are the most sought after. They tend to be quite flexible and comfortable.
These thermal gloves are made to protect from low winter temperatures and to reduce moisture in the hands. Forget those palms and frozen fingers that make you miss your blows.
How to buy golf gloves?
A glove must stay perfect or it can irritate you and damage your performance in the game. It must be ergonomic and allow your fingers and palms the movement.
You can get them from leather, synthetics or even multi-material. Leather golf gloves often damage your palms if you have sensitive skin, so look for one with breathable fabrics as well.
Nothing worse than playing with a right-handed glove when you are left-handed, and vice versa. Find a glove for your style of play. There are also ambidextrous and there are people who wear gloves on both hands.
A glove also has to help your game, not damage it. Check if it favors aspects such as control or swing.
You can find sizes S, M, L, XL, XLL and more. It is best to try a pair of gloves before buying so you know your ideal size.
Always remember to choose the right glove for the environment in which you will play. There are them for rain, winter, dry, leather, breathable and more.