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Golf Gloves

  • 05-12-2020 5:21pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 737 ✭✭✭ Whiplash85


    I must have wasted €100 on Taylormade TP gloves. They are very comfortable but they tear after minimal use. I dont have a particularly tight grip and glove isn't too small but where the butt of the club meets the heel pad causes a tear in the palm of the glove. I now use a cloth Footjoy glove when I am practicing that is more durable. Can anyone recommend a good leather durable glove that will last more than a few rounds of golf. Thanks


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  • Registered Users Posts: 411 ✭✭ golfguy1


    Whiplash85 wrote: »
    I must have wasted €100 on Taylormade TP gloves. They are very comfortable but they tear after minimal use. I dont have a particularly tight grip and glove isn't too small but where the butt of the club meets the heel pad causes a tear in the palm of the glove. I now use a cloth Footjoy glove when I am practicing that is more durable. Can anyone recommend a good leather durable glove that will last more than a few rounds of golf. Thanks

    Callaway dawn patrol leather is a bit thicker than the to.
    Find under armour and srixon quite good aswell.
    Stay away from titleist players(very thin)


  • Registered Users Posts: 88 ✭✭ jamfer


    I'm using the dawn patrols as well. I find them particularly durable.


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