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I have never worn gloves while playing or practicing until this weekend. I used a brand new Callaway and my Golf Pride MCC grips shredded it with in a few holes (I should've take pics). Is there any type of glove out there that will hold up? Thanks

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Callaway MD 2 50*, 54*, and 58* wedges
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  • Mr. GrumpyMr. Grumpy The Quintana Changeup, sit em dwn Members  2664WRX Points: 423Posts: 2,664 Titanium Tees
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    I have tried them all,, well, many of them and my favorite on all accounts is the FJ StaSof.
    All others wore through on the right side of my palm. Some split at the finger or in other areas,, or stretched out to fit much looser than expected.

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  • BubbtubbsBubbtubbs Members  571WRX Points: 145Handicap: 7Posts: 571 Golden Tee
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    Are your grips full of dirt or sand?

    Maybe you're gripping the club too much on the palm and not enough with the fingers?

    I use MMCs with the cheapest Wilson Staff gloves ever and I've got at least 15 rounds in on the current glove with no wear marks.

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  • jdvela55jdvela55 Sin City, NVMembers  562WRX Points: 106Posts: 562 Golden Tee
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    My grips are clean. Like I said I never use gloves. I do also use a strong grip so maybe that's it.

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    FORMERLY KNOWN AS AZTEC575

    TM R1 w/ Oban Devotion
    Callaway Xhot 3 deep Oban Revenge
    Ping G25 5w Oban Kiyoshi
    Callaway Apex 5 - PW w/ KBS V Steel
    Odyssey Stroke Lab #2
    Callaway MD 2 50*, 54*, and 58* wedges
  • Bobb3rdownBobb3rdown Bothell, WAMembers  809WRX Points: 224Posts: 809 Golden Tee
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    Srixon cabretta leather for me. A touch on the thicker side. But hold up very well.

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  • MacklessdaddyMacklessdaddy Members  543WRX Points: 123Posts: 543 Golden Tee
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    Like Apple says you’re gripping it wrong

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    Strong grip relates to the position of the hands, not how hard you hold the grip

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  • MattyO1984MattyO1984 Members  6139WRX Points: 1,602Handicap: 3Posts: 6,139 Titanium Tees
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    That sounds unusual that you would have shredded it within one round.

    I have used cord grip for the last 20 years and always year a golf glove and it is usually after about 5-6 rounds before I start to see any issues (beyond so discolouration on the palm side) and well into the double figures before I start to see any holes appearing.

    If the damage is as bad as you say it though, I wonder if there is any sense in you using a glove as it sounds like you have done OK without them in the past. The other option might be to look at an all weather or rain glove. They are synthetic material and should in theory be longer lasting.

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    On -, @jdvela55 said:

    I have never worn gloves while playing or practicing until this weekend. I used a brand new Callaway and my Golf Pride MCC grips shredded it with in a few holes (I should've take pics). Is there any type of glove out there that will hold up? Thanks

    if you've never worn a glove before, why the change? if i could play without a glove and and not feel like i have to put a stranglehold on the grip to hold on, i'd go gloveless without hesitation.

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  • jdvela55jdvela55 Sin City, NVMembers  562WRX Points: 106Posts: 562 Golden Tee
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    On -, @th6252 said:

    On -, @jdvela55 said:

    I have never worn gloves while playing or practicing until this weekend. I used a brand new Callaway and my Golf Pride MCC grips shredded it with in a few holes (I should've take pics). Is there any type of glove out there that will hold up? Thanks

    if you've never worn a glove before, why the change? if i could play without a glove and and not feel like i have to put a stranglehold on the grip to hold on, i'd go gloveless without hesitation.

    It's been pretty humid out here in Vegas last couple of rounds and my hands are sweating more.

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    FORMERLY KNOWN AS AZTEC575

    TM R1 w/ Oban Devotion
    Callaway Xhot 3 deep Oban Revenge
    Ping G25 5w Oban Kiyoshi
    Callaway Apex 5 - PW w/ KBS V Steel
    Odyssey Stroke Lab #2
    Callaway MD 2 50*, 54*, and 58* wedges
  • ME27ME27 Members  157WRX Points: 93Handicap: 10Posts: 157 Fairways
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    buy the kirkland gloves from costco. you get a three pack for $15 and they are cabretta leather gloves and have been pretty durable for me. Even if you have to change them out every so often they are five bucks a glove for a nice cabretta glove. cant beat the value.

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  • jdvela55jdvela55 Sin City, NVMembers  562WRX Points: 106Posts: 562 Golden Tee
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    On -, @ME27 said:

    buy the kirkland gloves from costco. you get a three pack for $15 and they are cabretta leather gloves and have been pretty durable for me. Even if you have to change them out every so often they are five bucks a glove for a nice cabretta glove. cant beat the value.

    Good call! I didnt even think of that.

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    FORMERLY KNOWN AS AZTEC575

    TM R1 w/ Oban Devotion
    Callaway Xhot 3 deep Oban Revenge
    Ping G25 5w Oban Kiyoshi
    Callaway Apex 5 - PW w/ KBS V Steel
    Odyssey Stroke Lab #2
    Callaway MD 2 50*, 54*, and 58* wedges
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  • ShakesterShakester Members  626WRX Points: 147Handicap: 9Posts: 626 Golden Tee
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    The Nike Durafeel gloves are my favorite because they feel good and lasts. I finally just put a hole through one I've been using for almost a year. You can find them online for as low as $8 each. I bought mine off eBay for $50 for 6 of them. That was a couple of years ago and I still have 3 brand new ones.

    The one brand to stay away from is Zero Friction gloves. I tired it on at the shop and it felt great, so I picked one up. Didn't last me 9 holes before the seam ripped. I took it back to the shop and they let me exchange it. Took the new one out and by the end of the round, there was a hole starting to form on my thumb.

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  • chinaskichinaski Dios mio, man. Members  457WRX Points: 134Posts: 457 Greens
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    You are letting the grip creep into your palm, not your fingers. I use corded grips and had a fresh glove blow out on me for the same reason. It's a good reminder to check your fundamentals frequently.

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  • LukeDonaldsTigerLukeDonaldsTiger Members  437WRX Points: 193Handicap: 19Posts: 437 Greens
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    Had the same exact issue when I started playing, gloves had a hole at the palm after 2-3 rounds. A very reliable indicator of holding the club too strongly (gripping too hard) and too much in the palm. Worked on it and can release the club much better now. Gloves live longer, too. 15-20 rounds until they get too loose and worn, but no holes usually.
    Can also recommend the Srixon Cabretta (very soft and fit great) and Mizuno Elite (leather on the inside, synthetic top side, makes them very durable). Latest discovery: Titleist Perma-Soft. Are a little longer at the wrist so I can wear a smaller size (I like a tight fit).

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  • jdvela55jdvela55 Sin City, NVMembers  562WRX Points: 106Posts: 562 Golden Tee
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    Thanks for all the advice! Im sure once it isnt so hot I wont wear gloves. Besides the wife kinda likes my man hands! lol

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    FORMERLY KNOWN AS AZTEC575

    TM R1 w/ Oban Devotion
    Callaway Xhot 3 deep Oban Revenge
    Ping G25 5w Oban Kiyoshi
    Callaway Apex 5 - PW w/ KBS V Steel
    Odyssey Stroke Lab #2
    Callaway MD 2 50*, 54*, and 58* wedges
  • efdufferefduffer Members  116WRX Points: 78Posts: 116 Fairways
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    I use antiperspirant on my hands if I know I'm going to be sweating a lot out there. Spray, stick, either way just rub it in about 15 min before you go out and it keeps a lot of wet hands/gloves problems away.

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  • TIM929TIM929 Los AngelesMembers  1511WRX Points: 935Handicap: 14.2Posts: 1,511 Platinum Tees
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    Try a rain glove OP.

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  • AugsterAugster Members  4727WRX Points: 610Posts: 4,727 Titanium Tees
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    Rain gloves when it’s humid or hot.

    Kirkland gloves when it isn’t.

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    Grip Boost golf gloves seem to last a while

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    If you can still get any FootJoy Spidr2 gloves, they held up pretty well for me.

    If your finding your glove is getting shredded in the palm section, am pretty sure thats a sign of not holding the club more in your fingers :)

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  • Brandons68Brandons68 Members  96WRX Points: 31Posts: 96 Fairways
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    I just use a Titleist Players glove. I use MCC Plus 4 grips so they are fairly textured. I have been using the same glove since the beginning of June (I play a bunch) and I am just now starting to see wear out of it.

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  • eball33eball33 Mount VernonMembers  106WRX Points: 64Handicap: 4Posts: 106 Fairways
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    I normally use the titleist players glove but in the beginning of the season (April) i purchased 3 of the taylormade tour preferred gloves and Im very impressed with how they've held up. Not showing much wear at all. I also wear a XXl so i have to order my gloves online

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  • DiscoDinerDiscoDiner Members  139WRX Points: 37Handicap: 6Posts: 139 Fairways
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    On -, @jdvela55 said:

    I have never worn gloves while playing or practicing until this weekend. I used a brand new Callaway and my Golf Pride MCC grips shredded it with in a few holes (I should've take pics). Is there any type of glove out there that will hold up? Thanks

    If your glove is shredding in less than a round you should reach out to Callaway with pictures and let them know. Additionally, you may be holding the club too tightly or too close to the end of the shaft. Peep this video... Is this where / how your glove is wearing out?

    Ninja Edit: I usually run through about 3-4 gloves a season, but many people get away with only one.

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  • TerrapinGolferTerrapinGolfer Members  139WRX Points: 87Handicap: 14Posts: 139 Fairways
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    try under armour coolswitch. I dont usually wear gloves either unless it is hot and sweaty out

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  • jdvela55jdvela55 Sin City, NVMembers  562WRX Points: 106Posts: 562 Golden Tee
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    On -, @DiscoDiner said:

    On -, @jdvela55 said:

    I have never worn gloves while playing or practicing until this weekend. I used a brand new Callaway and my Golf Pride MCC grips shredded it with in a few holes (I should've take pics). Is there any type of glove out there that will hold up? Thanks

    If your glove is shredding in less than a round you should reach out to Callaway with pictures and let them know. Additionally, you may be holding the club too tightly or too close to the end of the shaft. Peep this video... Is this where / how your glove is wearing out?

    Ninja Edit: I usually run through about 3-4 gloves a season, but many people get away with only one.

    That's pretty close to the spot.

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    FORMERLY KNOWN AS AZTEC575

    TM R1 w/ Oban Devotion
    Callaway Xhot 3 deep Oban Revenge
    Ping G25 5w Oban Kiyoshi
    Callaway Apex 5 - PW w/ KBS V Steel
    Odyssey Stroke Lab #2
    Callaway MD 2 50*, 54*, and 58* wedges
  • aenematedaenemated Los Angeles, CAMembers  662WRX Points: 801Posts: 662 Golden Tee
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    On -, @Shakester said:

    The Nike Durafeel gloves are my favorite because they feel good and lasts. I finally just put a hole through one I've been using for almost a year. You can find them online for as low as $8 each. I bought mine off eBay for $50 for 6 of them. That was a couple of years ago and I still have 3 brand new ones.

    Another vote for the Durafeels. For one, they're the only ones that fit my weird hands properly but like Shakester said - super durable. I JUST replaced the one I'd been wearing for the last year-ish (5-6 rounds a month, 2 hour+ range sessions a week) and only because the seam for the thumb started to separate because I just have a dumb habit of tugging on it.

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  • jdvela55jdvela55 Sin City, NVMembers  562WRX Points: 106Posts: 562 Golden Tee
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    Rolling with the Kirkland glove! Hard to beat a 4 pack for $20.

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    FORMERLY KNOWN AS AZTEC575

    TM R1 w/ Oban Devotion
    Callaway Xhot 3 deep Oban Revenge
    Ping G25 5w Oban Kiyoshi
    Callaway Apex 5 - PW w/ KBS V Steel
    Odyssey Stroke Lab #2
    Callaway MD 2 50*, 54*, and 58* wedges
  • eball33eball33 Mount VernonMembers  106WRX Points: 64Handicap: 4Posts: 106 Fairways
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    On -, @jdvela55 said:

    Rolling with the Kirkland glove! Hard to beat a 4 pack for $20.

    Let me know how you like them. I went to Costco to pick some up and they had about 200 pairs of size small and nothing else.

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    Watch this video and do what the guy says. Your gloves will last longer and you’ll get better at golf.

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    I would stay away from the Speith glove. Blew thru one in 4 rounds. They actually replaced it for me and the next one did the same. I found the all white Titleist/Footjoy gloves work best for me. I am also a stickler for an all white glove so I may be biased lol.

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