Who Makes the Most Durable Golf Glove???

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EZCUSEEZCUSE  30WRX Points: 15Members Posts: 30 Bunkers
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I'm sure I'm not the only one out there but I tend to burn through golf gloves super fast. I am constantly cleaning my grips so I know that is not the issue. I use the FootJoy StaSof's which I absolutely love but at $22 a pop I which I could find something just as durable but not as cheap. I literally tried the Callaway Apex Tour glove and after one session on the range I had torn through the palm of the glove.

Am I gripping too tight? Sure. However, if anyone has any recommendations of durable cabratta leather golf gloves out in the market at a reasonable price, I would love to hear what else you guys use.

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  • AugsterAugster  4602WRX Points: 532Members Posts: 4,602 Titanium Tees
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    Costco/Kirkland. I played my first glove for 27 rounds or something ridiculous like that.

    Don’t grip it so tight. The grip is tapered so that it snugs into your top hand/glove hand when it is swung. As long as the top of your hand stays closed, it’s not going to slip out. The glove just reinforces the snugness. No need to grip it tight at all.

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  • Ski5280Ski5280 Denver, CO 80WRX Points: 34Members Posts: 80 Fairways
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    I had the same experience with the StaSof’s. I went to the WeatherSof’s and have had much better luck. Different leather, but stay drier and last longer.

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  • dan777dan777  5WRX Points: 9Members Posts: 5 Bunkers
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    MG DynaGrip elite. $6.99. Buy 4 or 5 to offset the shipping cost. I was shocked at how good the gloves are for the price

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  • dlaneriedlanerie  174WRX Points: 94Members Posts: 174 Fairways
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    Make sure your grip is the correct size. I can't imagine burning through a glove in one session.

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  • 2putttom2putttom # 1 Oregon Duck fan  10309WRX Points: 562Handicap: 12Members Posts: 10,309 Titanium Tees
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    I'm lovin' these ....

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  • BiggErnBiggErn  2748WRX Points: 634Members Posts: 2,748 Titanium Tees
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    The bionic gloves use to be good but the quality of their newer versions is terrible.

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  • DLev45DLev45  344WRX Points: 185Handicap: 8.5Members Posts: 344 Greens
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    I’ll second the Kirkland glove. I have played 6 rounds with my first of the 4 pack and it is still holding up fine. And even if it wasn’t, it’s $24 for the four-pack instead of $22 for one. If it lasts more than 1/4th as long, you’re coming out ahead.

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  • EZCUSEEZCUSE  30WRX Points: 15Members Posts: 30 Bunkers
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    How do the Kirkland’s fit? I am a cadet medium in my Stasof’s but Kirkland doesn’t have cadet sizes.

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  • BrennanfBrennanf  78WRX Points: 28Members Posts: 78 Fairways
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    I also prefer the kirkland glove to the others i've tried. Can't beat the value either

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  • chadly643chadly643  510WRX Points: 133Members Posts: 510 Golden Tee
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    On -, @dan777 said:

    MG DynaGrip elite. $6.99. Buy 4 or 5 to offset the shipping cost. I was shocked at how good the gloves are for the price

    This. I buy 2 on the first of every month and rotate them which seems to make them last longer. I don’t think they are more durable but the price point is so low that I don’t care that I go through 2/month.

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  • MontanagolfMontanagolf  102WRX Points: 41Handicap: 11Members Posts: 102 Fairways
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    How about a long lasting colored glove? I’m not a fan of plain white...

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  • memurphy93memurphy93 San Francisco, CA 95WRX Points: 33Handicap: 8Members Posts: 95 Fairways
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    MG is the way to go - the price point is great and its on Amazon - I typically by 4 at a time and that lasts me 2 months MINIMUM (I play 2-3x a week)

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  • jdc944jdc944  80WRX Points: 76Members Posts: 80 Fairways
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    Another voter here for MG gloves. They are the best value that I have found. Just don't buy the cheapest glove that they offer. I can't remember the name, but it is not as good of leather as the one that costs $1 more. If I start wearing holes in a glove really quick, that is when I know that my grip is getting off.

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  • texcellence86texcellence86 Funky Town, TX 168WRX Points: 69Handicap: 10Members Posts: 168 Fairways
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    Be sure you are buying the correct size glove. FJ has the sizing chart for help. It should fit uncomfortably tight at first and then will stretch with use. I have played StaSof gloves for a long time now and never had a problem with them, usually go 3-4 months at a time with 1 glove. Granted I play maybe a handful of times a month but go to the rage as often as I can and use the same glove.

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    The key to longevity is to rotate them.

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  • MooMoo  541WRX Points: 202Handicap: 9Members Posts: 541 Golden Tee
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    NOT Titleist Permasoft...but I still use them because I love them.
    But they do wear out quickly, so avoid those if you want durability.

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  • StackMan1StackMan1  55WRX Points: 61Members Posts: 55 Bunkers
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    Can anyone compare the MG Tech vs the DynaGrip Elite? Been using the Elite but wondering if the Tech leather is like the Elite or thicker like the DynaGrip.

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    I picked up a TaylorMade glove for $12 at Academy and it's lasting long than the Weathersoft that I blow through.

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  • dirt nastydirt nasty  65WRX Points: 63Members Posts: 65 Bunkers
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    On -, @EZCUSE said:

    How do the Kirkland’s fit? I am a cadet medium in my Stasof’s but Kirkland doesn’t have cadet sizes.

    I am a cadet medium as well. Try the small. I have tried both their medium and small but the finger length on the medium was way too long for me. The small might be a bit snug in the palm at first but stretches out nicely.

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  • caniac6caniac6  3282WRX Points: 926Handicap: 4Members Posts: 3,282 Titanium Tees
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    On -, @Augster said:

    Costco/Kirkland. I played my first glove for 27 rounds or something ridiculous like that.

    Don’t grip it so tight. The grip is tapered so that it snugs into your top hand/glove hand when it is swung. As long as the top of your hand stays closed, it’s not going to slip out. The glove just reinforces the snugness. No need to grip it tight at all.

    I've been using these. Great glove. Great price. I really can't tell the diference between these and high dollar gloves.

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  • bazinkybazinky  1709WRX Points: 189Members Posts: 1,709 Platinum Tees
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    On -, @dan777 said:

    MG DynaGrip elite. $6.99. Buy 4 or 5 to offset the shipping cost. I was shocked at how good the gloves are for the price

    This is the way to go. I still buy Titleist players for events/tourneys because they fit my hand a little better, but use the MG Elites as my regular glove. The biggest benefit is that I'm not tempted to try and get any extra rounds out my gloves once they get too worn. I still can't help feeling guilty throwing out a $20 golf glove, not matter how crusty and disgusting it gets. Holdover from my broke grad school days.

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  • PepperturboPepperturbo Midwest and Southwest 16437WRX Points: 815Handicap: Low-Mid SDMembers Posts: 16,437 Titanium Tees
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    I play golf 2-3 times per week, plus hit a small bucket before teeing off, and vacations are extended golf trips, where I play daily. In other words, I play a lot of golf. Anyhow, my Titleist Players glove lasts for about a year, sometimes longer. How can that be you might ask? Well, using the proper grip of the club doesn't wear the palm of the glove, and I don't wear it throughout the round so it doesn't soak up hand oils or other junk I may touch. I do not wear the same golf over and over every time I play either. I carry three gloves and switch gloves and each is kept in glove sleeve. I simply take care of what I buy. Just like an iron and driver tee usually lasts weeks and I switch golf shoes.

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  • hawkgolferhawkgolfer  114WRX Points: 76Handicap: 5.0Members Posts: 114 Fairways
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    MG is the cheapest and last forever, it's amazing

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    On -, @Pepperturbo said:

    I play golf 2-3 times per week, plus hit a small bucket before teeing off, and vacations are extended golf trips, where I play daily. In other words, I play a lot of golf. Anyhow, my Titleist Players glove lasts for about a year, sometimes longer. How can that be you might ask? Well, using the proper grip of the club doesn't wear the palm of the glove, and I don't wear it throughout the round so it doesn't soak up hand oils or other junk I may touch. I do not wear the same golf over and over every time I play either. I carry three gloves and switch gloves and each is kept in glove sleeve. I simply take care of what I buy. Just like an iron and driver tee usually lasts weeks and I switch golf shoes.

    Lol

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  • tlehmanntlehmann  109WRX Points: 82Handicap: +0.6Members Posts: 109 Fairways
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    Titleist Permasoft is the best combo of performance and slightly thicker leather for longevity. Been choosing these in hot Texas for 15 years

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  • th6252th6252  1231WRX Points: 165Members Posts: 1,231 Platinum Tees
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    can anyone compare the fit of the mg gloves to the sta sof? i find the sta sofs tend to fit a bit on the larger side so i go down to a cadet small.

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    On -, @th6252 said:

    can anyone compare the fit of the mg gloves to the sta sof? i find the sta sofs tend to fit a bit on the larger side so i go down to a cadet small.

    I can't compare to that glove, but I do know the medium MG glove I bought ran bigger than any other medium glove I've bought. Fingers are too long, and overall doesn't fit well for me.

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  • th6252th6252  1231WRX Points: 165Members Posts: 1,231 Platinum Tees
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    On -, @jcolton said:

    On -, @th6252 said:

    can anyone compare the fit of the mg gloves to the sta sof? i find the sta sofs tend to fit a bit on the larger side so i go down to a cadet small.

    I can't compare to that glove, but I do know the medium MG glove I bought ran bigger than any other medium glove I've bought. Fingers are too long, and overall doesn't fit well for me.

    thanks for the tip!

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  • Pi5seekerPi5seeker  887WRX Points: 120Members Posts: 887 Golden Tee
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    I had stitching issues with the MG gloves and their sizing was inconsistent.

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    Check out Infinity golf gloves. Excellent product. Top quality cabretta leather, great fit and just $6.99 each, plus tax (with free shipping)!

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