MGS Tested: PREMIUM GLOVE OF 2021
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MGS Tested: PREMIUM GLOVE OF 2021

MGS Tested: PREMIUM GLOVE OF 2021
PXG Players
Cuater Between The Lines
PING Tour
Titleist Players
Kirkland Signature
BEST PREMIUM GLOVE
PXG Players

A newcomer to Most Wanted testing, the PXG Players made quite the entrance. It was crowned Best Premium Glove of 2021 and for good reason. Its superb comfort and fit make it feel like you’re not wearing a glove at all. Throw in top-quality cabretta leather, grip and feel, and you have the the best glove of 2021.

  • Best Premium Glove 2021
  • Most comfortable glove 2021
  • Softest of leather
  • Consistent fit
  • Limited color options
Cuater Between The Lines

Want to add some flair to your game? The seams on the Cuater are barely there which makes for a comfortable, consistent fit. The Cuater also has top-of-the-range thin leather for those who feel their way around the course.

  • Material is perfect thickness
  • True-to-size fit
  • Trendy, modern design
  • Solid grip
  • On the pricey side
PING Tour

It’s not broken, so PING hasn’t fixed it. PING has performed well for many years and for good reason. It remains a glove for a perfectionist. The only notable difference between the 2021 and the 2019 version is the logo color. The grip is reliable and sizing is consistent.

  • Top performer throughout
  • True-to-size fit
  • Reliable grip
  • Durable.
    Utilizes cooling technology
  • Leather is thicker than most
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
BEST VALUE
Kirkland Signature

Are you a baller on a budget? If so, look no further than the Kirkland Signature. Direct from Costco at $6.74, this deal is tough to beat. However, if you want door-to-door service, it will cost you an extra dollar per glove. The Kirkland Signature offers quality performance without the price tag. The Signature is comfortable and grip is reliable.

  • Best Value Premium Glove 2021
  • Comfortable material
  • Quality feel
  • Did we mention it’s only $6.74?
  • Inconsistent sizing

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2021 Premium Glove Buyer’s Guide

Do you know the difference between a premium golf glove and a performance golf glove? No? Well, you’re not alone.

A premium golf glove is constructed out of one piece of leather, normally cabretta or AAA cabretta. It’s basically the softest leather on the market.

A performance glove is normally constructed of two or more materials like cabretta and synthetic leather with some Lycra added for better flexibility. Performance gloves tend to be more durable.

This year, evaluating the premium glove category was harder than ever. There were 35 different gloves tested and the majority had upped their game. It was a real battle for top spot.

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 or golf shoes.

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.

WINNER – PXG Players

If you want a glove that gives you that soft feel and a better connection between hand and grip, go for the PXG Players. Its outstanding overall performance made it our top pick. This premium glove edged out some tough competition with its dominance across multiple key metrics, making it the undisputed winner of the 2021 Most Wanted Premium Glove Test.

  • 1st in fit
  • 1st in comfort
  • 1st in feel
  • 2nd in grip
MOST COMFORTABLE GLOVE - PXG Players

MOST COMFORTABLE GLOVE - PXG Players

PXG made quite the entrance on their premium glove debut. Taking the number one spot overall, the PXG Players glove is the most comfortable glove of 2021. Its soft leather allows the glove to easily mold to your hand. Throw in good fit and grip and you have the most comfortable glove of 2021.

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.

Other Notable Performers

COBRA Pur Tour: A newcomer to the Most Wanted Premium Glove test, the COBRA Pur Tour is one to consider. Its consistent stitching allows the glove to be comfortable with no areas that dig into your hand. The Pur Touch also has some of the softest leather in the test, making it feel like a direct connection between hand and grip.

Vice Pure: A veteran of the Most Wanted golf test, the Vice Pure does exactly what it says in the name. It provides good flexibility and fits well even if your a cadet or standard hand size golfer.

Asher Utility Collection Stinger: The Asher Utility Stinger has one of the best cuts in golf. Its perfect sizing makes a difference when it comes to no excess material or finger twisting. Match that with soft leather and you have a great premium glove.

FootJoy Pure Touch: No stranger to making good consistent gloves, the FootJoy Pure Touch feels like a second skin. It ranked well for comfort and feel so, if those are your main priorities, look no further.

Features That Matter

Comfort

There are two schools of thought and both are preference-based. Some like 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 PXG Players, Cuater Between The Lines, PING Tour, Titleist Players, FootJoy Pure Touch.

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-inch 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. For example, ideally, every glove labeled “large” would have the same measurements but 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 gloves for 2021 are the Cuater Between the Lines, PXG Players. The Asher Utility Collection Stinger 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 feel confident in every swing, knowing you’re not going to lose control of the club.

For the best grip, consider the GFore Blossom. Other quality grip options are the PING Tour, COBRA Pur Tour and the Vice Pure.

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 2021 - FEATURES

ProductSizesCadetMaterialColorsHand (Worn)
Asher Premium Collection Death Grip

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S-XXLNAAA CABRETTA LEATHER1L/R
Asher Utility Collection Stinger

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S-XXLNAAA CABRETTA LEATHER1L/R
Callaway Tour Authentic

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S-XLYCABRETTA LEATHER1L/R
Cobra Pur Tech

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S-XLYCABRETTA LEATHER1L/R
Cobra Pur Tour

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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-XXLYCABRETTA LEATHER1L/R
GFore Blossom

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S-XXLYCABRETTA LEATHER12L/R
Hit The Green Premium Tour

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S-LNCABRETTA LEATHER1L/R
Inesis Tour

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S-XXLNCABRETTA LEATHER1L
Kirkland Signature

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S-XLNCABRETTA LEATHER1L/R
Maxfli Elite

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S-XLYCABRETTA LEATHER1L/R
MG DynaGrip Elite

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S-XXLYCABRETTA LEATHER1L/R
Mizuno Tour

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S-XXLYCABRETTA LEATHER1L
Nike Tour Classic 2

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S-XLYCABRETTA LEATHER1L
North Coast Camo Drip

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S-XXLNCABRETTA LEATHER1L/R
North Coast Camo Dunes

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S-XXLNCABRETTA LEATHER1L/R
North Coast Sunday Tradition

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S-XXLNCABRETTA LEATHER1L/R
North Coast The Whitecap

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S-XXLNCABRETTA LEATHER1L/R
Palm Golf Tower 14

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S-XXLNCABRETTA LEATHER1L/R
Palm Old Glory

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S-XXLNCABRETTA LEATHER1L/R
Palm Rustic

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S-XXLNCABRETTA LEATHER1L/R
Palm The Canvas

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S-XXLNCABRETTA LEATHER2L/R
PAYNTR 102 G

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S-XLYCABRETTA LEATHER1L/R
Penfold Seve

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XS-XLNCABRETTA LEATHER2L/R
PING Tour

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S-XXLYCABRETTA LEATHER1L/R
PXG Players

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S-XLYAAA CABRETTA LEATHER2L/R
Srixon Premium

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S-XLYCABRETTA LEATHER1L/R
Taylormade TP

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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
Vice Pure

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S-XLYPURE LAMB LEATHER1L/R
Wilson Staff Model

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S-XLYCABRETTA LEATHER1L

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.

How We Test

We're here to help you find the perfect performance 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

THE BEST PREMIUM GLOVE 2021 - RESULTS

ProductFitComfortFeelGripTotal
PXG Players

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1st1st1st2nd97
Cuater Between the Lines

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1st2nd1st2nd96
PING Tour

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1st2nd1st2nd96
Titleist Players

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1st2nd5th7th95
Cobra Pur Tour

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8th7th5th2nd94.5
Asher Utility Collection Stinger

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1st7th8th7th94
FootJoy Pure Touch

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10th2nd5th7th94
Vice Pure

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14th7th1st2nd94
Maxfli Elite

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10th11th8th16th92
Srixon Premium

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10th11th8th16th92
Asher Premium Collection Death Grip

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1st27th15th7th91
Mizuno Tour

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14th20th12th7th91
FootJoy StaSof

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8th20th12th21st90.5
GFore Blossom

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23rd23rd12th1st90.5
Kirkland Signature

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23rd11th15th16th89.5
MG DynaGrip Elite

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31st7th8th19th89.5
Wilson Staff Model

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18th2nd21st21st89
North Coast Sunday Tradition

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18th11th18th27th87.5
Penfold Seve

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33rd20th18th7th87.5
Callaway Tour Authentic

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14th27th15th27th87
North Coast Camo Dunes

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18th11th21st27th87
North Coast The Whitecap

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18th11th21st27th87
Palm Golf Tower 14

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27th23rd29th7th87
Palm Rustic

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27th23rd29th7th87
Palm The Canvas

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18th23rd21st21st87
Titleist Perma Soft

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1st35th29th19th87
Palm Old Glory

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27th27th29th7th86.5
PAYNTR 102 G

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31st20th18th21st86.5
Cobra Pur Tech

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10th31st21st27th86
Taylormade TP

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27th11th21st27th86
Under Armour Spieth Tour

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14th33rd21st21st86
Inesis Tour

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23rd11th29th34th85
North Coast Camo Drip

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23rd27th21st27th85
Hit The Green Premium Tour

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35th31st35th26th80.5
Nike Tour Classic 2

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34th33rd34th34th80

The Best Premium Glove of 2021 – FAQ

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

A: We found great options in 2021 for golfers looking for value as well as those looking for performance. If you want outstanding performance and consistency, expect to spend $25 to $30 per glove. The best-performing gloves in 2021 in our testing were the PXG Players, PING Tour, Titleist Players, Vice Pure, COBRA Pur 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 cliché, 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 inch 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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      BubbajoeC

      2 years ago

      I’ve been using MG Elite for years. I buy 10 at a time, shipping cost is $3.50 for 1 or 10, so my shipping is 35 cents per glove. Living at the gulf coast with the heat & humidity, I rotate 3-4 gloves per round. The fit is consistent & they wear well. Because they are affordable, they get tossed after 20-30 rounds, which I play in a month. So I’m usually playing with a new or barely used glove every day, which I prefer when compared to the crinkled-up & nasty looking expensive glove some guys won’t replace properly since they paid $24 each.!!

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      Greg

      3 years ago

      Over the past year, I’ve tried really hard to find my perfect glove. I had been playing a FootJoy WeatherSof or a Mizuno Elite, but both lost grip too quickly for my liking. I looked to try a premium glove and went for the cost effective Kirkland Signature—I liked the grip but only 2 of my 4 pack fit well and the way the Velcro sat on the back of my hand kind of bothered me.

      After reading this article, I ordered two PXG Players gloves—and WOW! I will never, ever look back. They hold grip so well even when completely drenched in sweat, but the fit and comfort are where I really notice a difference. Sometimes I catch myself addressing putts with my glove still on because it’s so comfortable I forget it’s even on my hand. I’m now at the point where I could use a replacement (I lost one glove and have used the other for about 25 rounds) and I check PXG’s website every day hoping my size will be back in stock. Kind of a bummer they can’t keep them in stock but you can’t rush perfection. 11/10 highly recommend.

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      Pete S

      2 years ago

      Is there anywhere to buy the PXG glove besides their website?

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      JL

      3 years ago

      I purchased one of the Palm “Old Glory” gloves and it ripped in the heel pad after 3 rounds…. what’s more distressing is that they will not allow me to post the review on their website or comment on their Instagram. I will just stick with the Titleist Players glove the feel, fit and durability are fantastic

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      Richard Hart

      3 years ago

      Went to Cobra website and their Pur Tech glove is not Carbretta leather.

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      JL

      3 years ago

      Says Cabretta leather right there on the site…. https://www.cobragolf.com/pur-tech-glove-2021

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      Philip

      3 years ago

      Shocked the Nike glove didn’t even make the top 10! I Hit at least 200 balls a day and it’s the only glove that holds up for more than a week. My hand is actually able to breathe as opposed to sweat-soaked in the FJ pure touch or Titleist players. If I continue to use the aforementioned gloves while damp, the grip severely suffers, the integrity of the leather crumbles and they stretch at least a half size. Never have these issues with the Nike glove and they actually help prevent mountainous calluses from forming. I’m convinced the rankings are in reverse or PXG sponsored this read. Maybe this explains why ‘durability’ was left out of the equation.

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      Pete S

      2 years ago

      It sounds like you might be using a different model of the Nike glove than the one tested.

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      Michael Agishian

      3 years ago

      I tried the ping tours and I felt they were not durable at all. The footjoy pure touch have been my overall favorites. But them at golf galaxy get the insurance for 3 bucks. Get reimbursed when they’re worn out. Thank me later

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      Dan

      3 years ago

      What size would you get in the PXG glove if you are say a large in Titleist or foot joy? Same sizing? Article said it varied

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      Greg

      3 years ago

      I also wear a large in most gloves and found the PXG large to fit perfectly. I would stick with your normal size.

      Reply

      Zlatanovic

      3 years ago

      The PXGs are not available here in Sweden either. Played Ping gloves for many years. and they are often very good priced. I like the Vice gloves aswell, it is a cool brand from Germany that also sells golf balls for a good price..

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      JVN

      3 years ago

      How was the standard for durability measured?

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      mackdaddy9

      3 years ago

      I wear a size 20 ring and have not been able to find any glove that fits me for a few years. My palms are very broad and my fingers are not nearly as long as they are broad. I used to get gloves from a company in Australia that made the gloves from kangaroo skin and it could stretch to fit me after I wore them a few times or got them wet. Sadly the company has been out of business for a few years.

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      Mark

      3 years ago

      Curious if any glove is made in USA. At any cost. Lots of balls are but I have not found 1 glove made here.

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      Mark

      3 years ago

      I have the Cuater glove, feels awsome, last about 1 round before major wear marks on the glove. In fairness I have a tendency to regrip sometimes at the top, so I don’t expect my gloves to last as long as they do for some, but my Callaway tour Authentic makes it far longer than the cuater, 1 round and it was toast.

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      Jarrad S

      3 years ago

      I almost exclusively wear the Kirkland gloves, and I find they perform exceptionally well. Generally they wear well throughout. On hot days, I don’t find my hand getting any sweatier than it has wearing other gloves. I find once you figure out which size you are – there are standard sizes (S, M, L, XL) as well as in-between sizes (S/M, M/L, L/XL) – you’re set. The only minor complaint I have is I find they tend to wear more on the palm towards my wrist, but most of the gloves I use wear more there anyway, so that’s likely more to do with my grip than the durability of the glove.

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      Pete S

      3 years ago

      I tried the Ping Tour glove a few years ago and really liked it. The biggest issue with it is actually finding it as I have only seen it at PGA store.

      Curious to try the PXG this year if I can find it.

      Reply

      LD

      3 years ago

      Believe you have to order the PXG gloves off their website. I checked a few hours ago and they are available to order.

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      Dr Tee

      3 years ago

      again—you have failed to include, for unclear reasons, the gloves I consider the best–Bridgestone and Wildson Staff. Yet you have reviewed gloves I don’t see in any pro shops or stores like Inesis and Cuatar. How about doing real world honest reviews, not just stuff the manufacturers you are cozy with are sending you ?

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      Harry Nodwell

      3 years ago

      1. If you read the article you will find Wilson Staff included.
      2. What pro shops do you see Bridgestone gloves on the shelves?

      I will make sure your best glove is included in next years test for ya

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      Ron

      3 years ago

      @Dr Tee, why do you keep reading their reviews as you obviously don’t agree with their testing protocols, shown by the use of the sentence “again-you have failed…..”. Just be grateful for the FREE information, they tested 39 gloves…… Yes, there are are over 500 on the market. I live in Australia, much of the stuff tested isn’t even available here.

      Stop complaining, unless you are a major donor to the site….. Peace Out.

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      dski93

      3 years ago

      Costco has Kirkland right hand gloves for lefties on their website now

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      P.J.

      3 years ago

      I’m a righty, but I wear two gloves when I play – have for decades. Glad to hear they have them for both hands! I didn’t know they started doing that, thanks for letting us know!!

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      TonyN

      3 years ago

      PXG Glove not available in UK, just for your US types. A bit poor from a Brit running the test, you’ll be saying Zee instead of Zed next, oops you already do :-)

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      Harry Nodwell

      3 years ago

      Yeah I know PXG doesn’t ship to the UK and wish they did. I’ll try and make that happen haha.
      But think about it this way, I’m fluent in two languages now. English and American english ;)

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      Bob Kirkwood

      3 years ago

      I’m surprised you didn’t rare them MG Elite as best value. It has same overall rating as Kirkland but offers my sizing options. Also, my experience is that the fit is consistent and they are long lasting.

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      LD

      3 years ago

      I’ll be sticking with the MG elite gloves that I’ve been using for years. For me they work great and at $6.99 they can’t be beat. I just can’t justify spending $25 or $30 on a golf glove. Thanks for the great review as always.

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      Kevin

      3 years ago

      I bought a package of the Kirkland gloves last year and while the materials and construction seemed better than gloves costing 5X as much the sizing was all over the place.. One glove wasn’t even close to the others. and I really couldn’t wear it. At the price though 4 out of 5 was still quite good.

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      shortside

      3 years ago

      Exactly……..Sans the less than perfect fit it’s a great glove at a bargain price. After 1 season of using them done and done.

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      MarkM

      3 years ago

      Haven’t worn a glove in 20 years, except in the winter, had no idea they were so expensive now! Daaaaaannnnngggggg!

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      Terry

      3 years ago

      I am struggling to understand how Kirkland is viewed as a premium glove versus a less expensive alternative to a premium glove? Inconsistent sizing or fit is indicative that it is not a premium glove, regardless of its demand which is based largely on widespread availability and low cost.

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      Harry Nodwell

      3 years ago

      If you read the top of the article, I broke down the criteria for a premium glove compared to a performance glove. Because Kirkland is constructed with a one piece leather (cabretta leather) it is classed as a premium glove. So now it’s in that category, we then put it through its paces to see how it performed head to head. Nearly every glove have imperfections but just because they have some issues doesn’t mean its not a premium glove.

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      Terry

      3 years ago

      Thanks for pointing me to how premium was defined for this evaluation and why it was included.

      Shaun wildenstein

      3 years ago

      So which premium glove was the most durable. You did feel, fit, and grip

      Reply

      Bri

      3 years ago

      Callaway X-Spann for me is the best glove due mainly to the fact it doesn’t have the velcro tab which for me also seems to barely fasten once the glove stretches. The X-Spann doesn’t seem to stretch at all but to be fair I don’t take off a glove to putt. The X-Spann will last me a whole season (50+ rds).

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      Gregory Smith

      3 years ago

      I guess PXG makes sense since Bob is a big motorcycle guy and they love their leather!!

      Reply

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