MGS Tested: PREMIUM GOLF GLOVES OF 2020
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MGS Tested: PREMIUM GOLF GLOVES OF 2020

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MGS Tested: PREMIUM GOLF GLOVES OF 2020
Cuater Between The Lines
PING Tour
Titleist Players
Vice Pure
Kirkland Signature
Best Premium Glove
Cuater Between The Lines

A newcomer to the 2020 test, Cuater performed like a veteran. It fits like a glove. Pun intended. The seams are barely there and the design is stylish and trendy.

  • Best Premium Glove 2020
  • Material is perfect thickness
  • True to size fit
  • Trendy, modern design
  • Velcro shows wear easily
Best Premium Glove
PING Tour

It’s not broken, so PING hasn’t fixed it. Even though the spotlight is shared, it’s the fourth year PING is on top. It remains a glove for a perfectionist. The only notable difference between the 2020 version and last year’s is the logo color. The grip is reliable and sizing is consistent.

  • Best Premium Glove 2020
  • True to size fit
  • Reliable grip
  • Durable
  • Utilizes cooling technology
  • Leather is thicker than others
Titleist Players

The Titleist Players ranks highly because of fit and construction. The seams are comfortable and the leather is thin and soft. It doesn’t try to do more than it needs to – the glove stops where your hands meets your wrist.

  • Fits true to size
  • Thinnest leather in test
  • Comfortable construction
  • Seamless design
  • Fingers are slightly short based on cadet size
Vice Pure

The Vice Pure stands out because it has the softest leather in the test. The modern design fits snugly and has a consistent grip.

  • Soft leather material
  • Stylish modern design
  • Consistent grip
  • Snug but not restrictive fit
  • No cadet options
Best Value
Kirkland Signature

Direct from Costco at $5.75 per glove is tough to beat. The Kirkland signature offers a quality performance without the price tag. The Signature is comfortable and grip is reliable.

  • Best Value Premium Glove 2020
  • Comfortable material
  • Quality feel
  • Did we mention it’s only $5.75?
  • Inconsistent sizing

2020 PREMIUM GLOVE BUYER’S GUIDE

Every year, we gather data that continue to impress upon us that every piece of equipment, no matter how seemingly small or insignificant, makes a difference in a golfer’s game. Golfers are beginning to see what a difference just a pair of shoes can make and are also starting to learn that a glove is no longer just a glove.  To help your game, it must be reliable, consistent and fit correctly. This guide outlines the Best Premium Gloves of 2020.

Which premium glove is right for you? That’s where we come in. We are here to help you, the consumer, make the best decision possible when buying your next golf glove.

Whether you’re looking to buy a glove today, looking for some buying advice or just want a closer look at what’s on the market right now, this guide will help you find the right premium glove to fit your needs — and your hand.

How We Test

We're here to help you find the perfect premium glove to fit your needs.

To do that, we employ a thorough and fully independent testing process that leaves no feature unexplored, no display unchecked, and no stone unturned.

Our Metrics

Premium gloves are tested head to head with rigorous protocols.

The metrics we consider when rating premium gloves include Fit, Comfort, Feel, and Grip


FEATURES THAT MATTER TO YOU

Comfort

There are two schools of thought and both are preference-based. Some prefer thinner leather while others are happy to trade a bit of feel for the durability of a thicker leather. We test each glove to ensure there aren’t any poorly placed seams or excess material that can cause discomfort and decrease durability.

Those who are seeking the most comfortable glove should consider the Cuater Between The Lines, PING Tour, Titleist Players, FootJoy Pure Touch, or even Wilson Staff Model.

Fit

A properly fitting golf glove should be snug across the palm and fingers but not too restrictive when clenching your fist. There should a 1/4″ gap left when you pull the Velcro tab for tightness. Be aware that some brands don’t monitor sizing quality control as carefully as others. Ideally, every glove  deemed a size large will have the same measurements. That’s not always the case. Not only should you look for a glove that fits properly but serious golfers should gravitate to brands that offer consistent sizing quality control.

The best-fitting glove for 2020 is the Cuater Between the Lines. The Titleist Perma Soft is also excellent.

Grip

If you don’t wear a glove, why have you bothered to read this far? This guide isn’t for you. The reality is that the overwhelming majority of professionals wear a glove. Why? Gloves help maintain a consistent connection to the club. A glove that preserves that connection will help you to feel confident in every swing, knowing that you’re not going to lose control of the club.

For the best grip, consider the Vice Pure. Other quality grip options are the PING Tour and Mizuno Tour.

EXPERT TIP - Glove fitting?

Your glove is the only thing between you and the golf club. It should fit properly. A new glove should start with 1/4" of Velcro exposed. It's going to stretch. In addition to sacrificing performance, a glove that's too big will also be less durable. Ultimately that means poor sizing isn't just costing you performance; it's costing you money.

The Best Premium Gloves 2020 - Features

ProductSizesCadetMaterialColorsHand
Aiden Ross Aloha

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S-XLNCabretta Leather15L/R
Callaway Tour Authentic

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S-XLYCabretta Leather1L/R
Cuater Between The Lines

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S-XLYCabretta Leather1L/R
Footjoy Pure Touch

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S-XXLYCabretta Leather1L/R
Footjoy StaSof

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S-XXlYAdvanced Performance Leather1L/R
Inesis Soft Tour

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S-XXLNCabretta Leather1L
Kirkland Signature

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S-XLNCabretta Leather1L
MG DynaGrip Elite

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S-XXLYCabretta Leather1L/R
Maxfli Elite

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S-XLYA Cabretta Leather1L/R
Maxfli Tour

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S-XLYCabretta Leather1L/R
Mizuno Tour

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S-XXLYCabretta Leather1L
Nike Tour Classic 2

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S-XLYCabretta Leather1L
Palm Ave Glove

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S-XXLNCabretta Leather18L/R
Palm Golf The Canvas

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S-XXLNCabretta Leather2L/R
Ping Tour

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S-XXLYCabretta LeatherL/R
Srixon Premium

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S-XLYCabretta Leather1L/R
Taylormade Tour Preferred

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S-XXLYAAA Cabretta Leather4L/R
Titleist Perma Soft

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S-XXLYCabretta Leather1L/R
Titleist Players

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S-XXLyCabretta Leather1L/R
Under Armour Spieth Tour

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S-XXLYCabretta Leather1L/R
Under Armour StrikeSkin Tour

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S-XXLYCabretta Leather1L/R
Vice Pure

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S-XlNPure Lamb Leather1L/R
Wilson Staff Model

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S-XLYCabretta Leather1L
BEST LIFESTYLE GLOVE- Palm Ave

BEST LIFESTYLE GLOVE- Palm Ave

You're thinking lifestyle glove?.. Palm is making golf gloves cool. They're the kings of customization and offer multiple variations of wristband and finger designs. Not only is Palm challenging the norm in terms of looks, it's also a quality glove. It's comfortable and fits well. You don't sacrifice grip for cool factor either.

More Tips

  • Sizing can vary significantly between manufacturers. Even if you know your correct size, if you’re thinking about changing to a new model, we recommend trying it on before buying.
  • The quality of closures is not consistent across all brands. Look for gloves that secure tightly and stay tight. The performance of lower-quality Velcro-style closures will degrade over time. A glove that doesn’t stay secured is a useless glove.
  • While style preferences will vary among golfers, finding the proper fit is an absolute necessity. A properly fitted glove offers maximum performance, comfort and durability.
  • Golfers with wide palms and comparatively short fingers should consider cadet-sized gloves. Unfortunately, not all models are offered in cadet sizes.
  • Thinner leather is great for feel but be aware that they will wear more quickly than gloves made of thicker material. If you’re a feel player and prefer thinner leather, you might be in for a bigger investment over time. The thinnest glove in this year’s test is the Titleist Players. It’s followed closely by the Srixon Premium.
  • Quality control and consistent sizing come at a price. If you don’t mind that occasionally your glove will fit slightly different than the supposedly identical one you previously purchased, consider the Kirkland Signature.

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The Best Premium Gloves 2020 - Results

ProductFitComfortFeelGripTotal
Ping Tour

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1st1st1st1st96
Cuater Between The Lines

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1st1st1st1st96
Titleist Players

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1st1st4th4th95
Vice Pure

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7th6th1st1st94
Footjoy Pure Touch

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12th1st6th4th92.5
Srixon Premium

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6th11th6th7th92
Mizuno Tour

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7th15th10th4th91
Palm Ave Glove

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12th6th4th11th91
Under Armour StrikeSkin Tour

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7th6th6th11th91
Footjoy StaSof

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5th15th10th11th90.5
Kirkland Signature

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17th11th12th7th89.5
MG DynaGrip Elite

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19th6th6th9th89.5
Wilson Staff Model

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12th1st14th11th89
Maxfli Elite

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12th6th10th11th88.5
Maxfli Tour

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17th6th6th11th88
Callaway Tour Authentic

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7th17th12th11th87
Palm Golf The Canvas

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12th16th14th11th87
Titleist Perma Soft

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1st20th18th9th87
Taylormade Tour Preferred

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18th11th14th11th86
Under Armour Spieth Tour

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7th18th14th11th86
Inesis Soft Tour

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17th11th18th22nd85
Nike Tour Classic 2

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20th20th20th22nd78
Aiden Ross Aloha

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23rd23rd19th11th70

The Best Premium Glove of 2020 – FAQ

Q: How much do I need to spend on a glove? 

A: We found great options in 2020 for golfers looking for an incredible value as well as those looking for ultimate performance. If you want the ultimate in performance and consistency, expect to spend $25 to $30 per glove. The best-performing gloves in 2020 in our testing were the PING Tour, Titleist Players, Vice Pure, FootJoy Pure Touch, and Cuater Between The Lines. If you can tolerate some size inconsistencies from glove to glove, we recommend the Kirkland Signature and the MG DynaGrip Elite. Prices for these gloves range from $5 to $9 and both performed well in the test.

Q: How do I know when a glove fits correctly?

A: It’s a cliche, perhaps, but a glove really should fit like a second skin. There should be no extra material on the palm, fingers or the top of the hand. A glove is going to stretch. A new glove should fit snugly with 1/4″ of Velcro still showing when secured. Take a look at this fitting guide for help.

Q: Do I need to wear a glove?

A: To wear or not wear a glove is a personal preference. Some pride themselves on playing bare-handed. While that approach can save a significant amount of money over a lifetime, it should be noted that the best players in the world all wear gloves. A properly fitted glove helps ensure a consistent connection with the club regardless of heat, humidity, sweat, etc..

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      Pierre-Jean

      4 years ago

      Hi, You don’t know FIT39 gloves. Other whise it would be on the top of your list.

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      pineneedlespro

      4 years ago

      Main reason that a golf glove wears out in the palm area is because golfers tend to grip the club on the very end, at impact the club will twist a little which creates friction and wear out the glove even in the first 18 holes.
      Gloves will last longer by rotating 2 or 3 in the same round; and when dry put each one in a zip-lock bag.
      To clean and preserve leather to last longer is to clean with Armor-All (for cars) leather cleaner for golf gloves and shoes.

      Reply

      Emery

      4 years ago

      Learn to read your PALM. This was the best thing for me to eventually learn. I like the thin Titleist Players glove and would run thru them weekly. Always wearing out the palm. Fact was, I was loosing contact with my club at the top and regripping into transition. Changed to a 10 finger grip (from interlocking) and now my ball striking is much more consistent & only wear out a glove per month….they get sweaty & stinky & need to be replaced by then anyway. Learn to READ YOUR PALMS.

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      Steve S

      4 years ago

      First I have no affiliation with MG, I’ve used this glove MG Elite for years, If you’d send your readers to MG web site instead of Amazon maybe they’d fit better and the price? Elite is $6.95 from MG Amazon is charging $9.63 is that shipping? i buy 8 gloves (6.95 shipping) a year I play 4 times a week, these gloves wear well feel great, and in my opinion a very good glove! CUATER Between the Lines $35.00 for one glove the question must be asked how much did they pay you ?

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      Bob walter

      4 years ago

      Why no Zero Restriction?
      Used them and MG exclusively for years. Love them; wear like iron!

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      Phil B

      4 years ago

      MG golf makes excellent gloves at 1/2 the cost of name brands.

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      Rick Gray

      4 years ago

      I live and play in Florida where it is very hot and humid, so I keep 2-3 gloves in play during my round which helps them last longer. As a member of Costco, the Kirkland gloves work great for me and you can’t beat the prices..

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      mackdaddy9

      4 years ago

      I have given up on finding a glove that fits my hand. I wear a size 20 ring’ There was a company out of Australia that mad a Kangaroo skin glove 2x cadet that fit me well. Sadly they went out of business. I just play Winn oversize Dri-Tec wrap grips.

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      Jon

      4 years ago

      What happened to Hirzl gloves? Kangaroo leather and fantastic quality

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      Peter

      4 years ago

      The one thing me and Fred Couples have in common.

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      Shawn

      4 years ago

      Golf gloves are just so overpriced for a soft and thin Cabretta. Kirkland and MG are the only ones with a reasonable price and they are too thick. You want a thin and soft cabretta glove for under $10, get an UpGlove.

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      Sean

      4 years ago

      Is the Cuater Premier actually different than the between the lines? Or is the color and “birdie” print the only difference?

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      Garen Eggleston

      4 years ago

      The pricing thru Amazon for the Master Grip is significantly higher than from them direct so I suggest that you don’t use the Amazon pricing

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      Robert D. Herpst

      4 years ago

      The MG Dynagrip Elite is only $6.99, not $9.6 as stated in the survey. I have used these for several years and I buy 6 at a time. They are the best value available. I don’t have to join Costco to buy them. The fit is perfect and consistent.

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      Tom Bomb

      4 years ago

      This. Exactly this. Their ranking had the MG glove middle of the road, but if they included price in the rankings, it would shoot towards the top. For 1/4 of the price, you can’t beat it.

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      sirhc

      4 years ago

      While price may sway someone towards or away from a product, less or more expensive does not make a product better (or worse).
      Otherwise, the most expensive gloves would be the best. We know that’s not true.

      Wrong MGS article, but of the two gloves I use, Footjoy Pro-flex and Footjoy Contour, MGS rates the less expensive Contour higher.

      Brian

      4 years ago

      You don’t have to be a Costco member to buy the gloves from their website.

      Reply

      Shawn

      4 years ago

      Where can you get them for $6.99? With shipping they are $10.49.

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      Rob

      4 years ago

      I usually buy 6 and some balls–inventory eliminates shipping costs. MG has great prices on balls too

      MIGREGB

      4 years ago

      I really liked the MG glove itself, but the Velcro on 4 different gloves from 2 different orders (a year apart so it probably wasn’t from the same production run) stopped holding after just a few rounds.. They would literally unfasten after a shot. I can’t imagine this is typical otherwise no one would ever buy them, but that’s been my experience.

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      TheBrad

      4 years ago

      Buy a Footjoy rain glove if you live in hot and humid weather.

      You’re welcome.

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      Gary

      4 years ago

      Why is G/Fore consistently not included in this test? They make one of the finest premium gloves on the market. It’s a shame to not include them in this test.

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      Donn Rutkoff

      4 years ago

      will a glove that is synthetic, not leather, keep hand cooler, less sweaty? Or should I use the thinnest leather, knowing it will wear out sooner?

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      Dave S

      4 years ago

      You really can’t afford NOT to get the Vice gloves. So impressive. I buy 5 of them at the beginning of the season at a price of around $20 a glove. Total steal.

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      Bill

      4 years ago

      Or you save 75% by purchasing the Kirkland gloves. I rotate 2 gloves a round and can use the same 2 for usually 8-10 rounds depending weather. Just saying I’ve used them all and I’m a Kirkland convert. With the money I save on gloves every year I can purchase other goodies.

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      HarveyDiamond

      4 years ago

      I too have hands that are very sweaty. So much so that I stopped using a glove long ago. This year I received as a gift a glove called the claw by CaddyDaddy. I tried it on and noted the fit was very good, but looked very different. It’s a bit like a football receivers glove. Long story short. It grips like nothing I have ever experienced. Sweat made NO difference. As a matter of fact I poured en entire bottle of water over the glove just to see if I lost grip, nope, grip was strong and sure. It’s not advertised as a rain glove, and the package says no animals harmed to make the glove. So far in this very hot, weird, pandemic season, I have to give this glove very high marks.

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      Scott J

      4 years ago

      One thing not addressed, and is my #1 pet peeve – is the ‘twisting’ of the seam in the thumb to eventually come across the thumb.. Nothing worse then after three rounds a thumb seam now being between the club and thumb… It is a persistent issue in almost all gloves. Any way to address ‘keeps fit’ in the future? at least in this respect…

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      Ryan

      4 years ago

      That’s a huge pet peeve of mine also. I’ve found that Callaway gloves have their seams sewn in a way that kind of goes up towards the knuckle rather than straight up the middle of the side of the thumb. It’s hard to explain but it’s a curved seem so it doesn’t turn to the center of your thumb. I’ve only found the callaway gloves to have that feature but they are the only gloves I buy now because of it.

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      Jon

      4 years ago

      Scott J, I have to concur. as it is part of the reason why I quit wearing a glove a few years ago. The game can be agitating enough, without having a glove add any discomfort while playing.

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      Pga tour glove

      4 years ago

      You guys miss the best glove on the market. The pga superstore sell a great glove under their band. Pga tour. This glove goes for $9.95 stand with all the gloves you reviewed. check it out.

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      MJB-Golf

      4 years ago

      Sorry for correcting you. Titleist Players Glove is not the thinnest glove in this test. FootJoy Pure Touch is thinner than the Titleist Players glove. Same Cabaretta leather but different parts of the skin being used, belly part “thinnest” for FJ Pure Touch and closer to the back “thicker” for Titleist Players and FJ Stasof! ;-) Don’t know about the other brands?

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      Jared

      4 years ago

      Any reason why GFore or Asher didn’t make the list this year. By curious how they would of stacked up against the rest of the lineup. I know last year you tested Asher’s glove.

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      Jon Shaver

      4 years ago

      I live in South Carolina. It’s HOT and humid here much of the year. None of these gloves will last 6 holes without becoming soaked through. I find the best performing gloves to be Zero Friction gloves. Great prices, great feel, one glove per round, last for weeks.

      Maybe you’ll give them some consideration.

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      George

      4 years ago

      Yes Jon, Zero Friction Cabretta are fantastic, very cool, great fit & black makes it my favorite.

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      Ted White

      4 years ago

      I’m with you Jon. I use Zero Friction also. One size fits all and they last a long time. Since they are synthetic they don’t breathe as well as other gloves. I live near the ocean in NC and with the high humidity during the summer months, my hands sweat. When I take my glove off my hand stinks. That’s the only negative I can think of.

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      Lloyd Davis

      4 years ago

      I found the $35 price tag of the Cuater to be off-putting. While I don’t think I’m ready to go all the way “down” to the Kirkland gloves, the Vice is intriguing, and I’m ready to place my order. Thanks for covering a variety of gloves. Here in Texas, I change gloves often due to the heat, going through 2-3 gloves if it’s a hot afternoon round, so it’s important to stay stocked up.

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      Brian

      4 years ago

      You should take a flyer on the Kirkland glove; you don’t have much to lose when they’re 4 for $20. I’ve been playing them for two seasons, and despite the fit issues (which are relatively minor), you will never find a better glove for the money.

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      pineneedlespro

      4 years ago

      If a golfer wants a glove to last a long time it is the BIONIC, the leather is a little thicker, takes some getting use to..
      Since I work at a golf shop I will go through a dozen box of gloves and find 3 that fit just right (because the leather cutting machine will cut a stack of leather so the ones on the bottom get moved around so the those will feel different).
      Foot-Joy and Titleist is the same company so those gloves feel the same.
      Ping leather gloves are a little on the small size.

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      Scott S

      4 years ago

      Concur completely with your assessment of Bionic gloves. I do tear out the heel of the palm, but I believe that is a grip thing, not a construction or quality issue. Love the way they feel and hold up. I am sure there was a reason, but still surprised and kind of disappointed they weren’t in the test. Maybe we can get an update on that.

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      David Parry

      4 years ago

      Personally I think Bionic produce the most comfortable and longest lasting gloves Bar none

      BSteve

      4 years ago

      I agree with you guys. I’ve tried many of the golf gloves from Ping, Callaway, Titleist, MG, Footjoy, and a couple others and I really like the way the Bionic Stablegrip as well as the Relax Fit both lock my grip into the golf club. I agree that the Stablegrip can be a bit bulky especially at the palm, but the Relax Grip 2.0 is a bit thinner padding and seems to fit me best. I also sweat heavily and I tend to keep wet hands. The Bionic Relax Fit 2.0 fits well and handles sweaty hands well, and has a nice bit of elastic on the back of the hand. This allows the glove to be pulled tighter when the sweat makes the glove loosen up. Overall, I really like both the Bionic Stablegrip and the Relax Fit 2.0.

      GregB135

      4 years ago

      A note of caution on the Bionic gloves. Not all their models conform to the rules of golf regarding bulk or grip assistance. If you are playing competitively check to make sure your Bionic glove is within the rules.

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      Jordan

      4 years ago

      Asher Golf. Best glove I’ve ever used.

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      HAC

      4 years ago

      A key component of a golf glove is fitting well, but your #1 choice only has one size for left-handed golfers who wear gloves on our right hands. Thanks a lot for treating lefties as second class citizens, just like the rest of the golf industry does. Shouldn’t part of your role be to call out companies that discriminate against left-handed golfers?

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      joe

      4 years ago

      preach brother. at least they don’t put us on trial as witches anymore….

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      Bob Kirkwood

      4 years ago

      Have been using the MG the last 2 years. Excellent product and long lasting. Will never again pay the kind of money the big names want!

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      Jonesie

      4 years ago

      Amen to that!

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      MAx

      4 years ago

      Agree 100%

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      Robert D. Herpst

      4 years ago

      Agreed. MG makes a great glove and they are only $6.99 for top of the line. Paying $30.00 is insane. In a blind test the MG Elite is as good as anything on the market and for an extra buck you have one made with your photograph on it.

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      Dave

      4 years ago

      The only glove I’m playing in right now is he Callaway X-Spann. The entire back is light, breathable comfortable. Plus I can find it in a cadet size which fits me great.

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      Joe

      4 years ago

      I tried 2 Palm gloves this year and both were the most awful fitting gloves ive ever had… The wrist section on both are huge and extremely loose

      It cause the bottom part of the glove on my palm (mainly pinky finger side) to be loose an slip on virtually every swing…. both gloves found their way in the garbage within 2 weeks

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      Barry

      4 years ago

      I was hoping the PXG 5 star leather glove would be included as it is an insane 80 euro to buy here in Europe! I wonder is it any good?!

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      John

      4 years ago

      I’m a zero tolerance glove guy. I have larger hands , always bought xl cadet but the zero tolerance fits great and never sags out.

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      Andrew Richardson

      4 years ago

      Wouldn’t a con of the Cuater be that it’s $35? The Ping you can get for less than $30 and the Titleist for $20 each in many places. Just wondering if it’s THAT much of a game changer for $15 more?

      (I also can play devil’s advocate and say that if a golf glove can improve your game by 1 shot every 5 rounds, and you play 40 times a year, then yeah, $35 might not be too bad – IF it lasts a whole season :) )

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      Harry Nodwell

      4 years ago

      We do not take price into consideration as $35 can differ from person to person.

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      Frank Wiater

      4 years ago

      The Ping is a great glove but tops out at 2xl. I need a 3xl so I use these Bionic. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B077SDMMHF/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Kinda surprised they weren’t in the test.

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      Harry Nodwell

      4 years ago

      Bionic is considered a Performance glove and is in that test which will be published next week

      Reply

      HAC

      4 years ago

      How is a performance glove different from a premium glove? Wouldn’t a premium glove include good performance? I am confused.

      Harry Nodwell

      4 years ago

      Hac,

      Premium gloves are normally the softest cabretta leather without any other material attached to the glove. Performance gloves have multiple materials on the same glove (synthetic leather) which has a harsher feel to it

      Mike D

      4 years ago

      I can vouch for Vice Pure and Palm Ave — both are great gloves. I also tried Aiden Ross (last place) and wasn’t disappointed, but did like the others better. Missing from this list but also a great glove: Asher (specifically the Premium lineup – Chuck is just OK).

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      Mader Bagley

      4 years ago

      What’s the best glove for a heavy sweater? I live in Texas and it’s impossible during the summer to keep a glove for more than two rounds or two range sessions before I start losing grip and it affects my swing pattern.

      Reply

      Harry Nodwell

      4 years ago

      Great question. I have the same problem. Unfortunately, all leather gloves start sweating after a while and become drenched in sweat. There are gloves like PING Tour that have a cooling technology which helps combat sweat but that too will start sweating eventually. I have used a Footjoy rain glove on those 100 degree days to ensure I get grip.

      On a side note, try putting baby power inside your glove 3/4 times a round. It help a lot and keeps the glove dry. Also alternate between 2/3 gloves around

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      Bob Kirkwood

      4 years ago

      Use 3 gloves in a round. Keep 2 drying on your bag or cart sun roof frame at all times. The guys I know with sweaty hands do this.

      Frank Wiater

      4 years ago

      Might want to change grips if that’s the case. I switched to Golf Pride CP2 wrap for better grip in the rain or if sweating. Made a big difference.

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      Jay McGillicuddy

      4 years ago

      I also sweat a lot in my hands and I have the CP2 Wrap grips which I love.. But, the glove gets soaked and I can’t even grip the club well so I usually will wear my rain gloves on those very hot humid days.

      Scott S

      4 years ago

      Great article guys, my interest is peaked. Looking forward to see how the Bionic gloves fair in the “Performance” category review. Keep up the great work.

      Alfriday

      4 years ago

      I know a couple of guys in Florida that swear by “rain gloves” for play in very humid weather. Haven’t tried them personally. for sweat. I have worn the Footjoy Rain Gloves in rain, and they work great for playing in wet conditions. You might look into them. I assume you’d want the light weight version for the heat. .

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      WaffleHouse Tour

      4 years ago

      Texas isn’t the only hot and humid spot. I used to live the FootJoy Sci-Flex because it had so much mesh it stayed “marginally” cooler and dryer. I’ve always got two or three gloves velcro’d to my bag and rotate them during the round.

      Right now I’m trying out a Callaway X-Soann Comoression fit because the whole back of the hand is mesh. I’d say it has stayed drier.

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      Howie

      4 years ago

      There is a product called “Carpe” that helps immensely with sweaty hands and is available on Amazon along with other similar products.. Apply before the round and if it’s a 100* heat indexer with humidity perhaps another application at the turn.

      Reply

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