Your Glove?

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By DC

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  1. DC

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    I want to get everyone’s choice of Titleist/FJ glove? I currently use the weather soft based on its cost and durability. I have used 3-4 different gloves including the Titleist players which didn’t last more than 4-5 rounds. Is there a soft glove with superior durability?

  2. Doug E
    Urbana, MD

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    Footjoy Pure Touch is the best feeling glove I have ever worn. But at over 30 bucks a glove, I only buy one box of 3 gloves each season. The rest of the time, when I wear a glove, which is only about 1/2 the time I play, I wear a Titleist Players Glove, which to me, was always the best feeling glove until the Pure Touch came out a couple years ago. It's still right up there though. Even though I am righty, I sometimes have to wear a glove on my right hand too, when my hands get all dry and cracked. In those cases, a FJ WeatherSof usually fits the bill on that hand. But only a Pure Touch or Tilteist Players for the left hand.
  3. JKissoon
    Toronto

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    where are you getting the most wear on the glove? Maybe try loosening your grip? I get about 25 - 30 rounds with my glove. I use the Footjoy StaDry most of the time.
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    DC,
    I use a black StaSof. I have had them last for 15 rounds plus practice time. If you keep them clean and dry, they seem to really hold up. I am also getting good results from the Spectrum.
  5. Dale V
    Escondido, CA

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    I normally don't wear a glove. The only time i do is if it's cold and/or rainy. I have some FJ rain gloves i break out for those occasions.
  6. Don O
    Madison, WI

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    I do well with the Players' Glove. I used to wear the heal out until I improved my grip. Now they ugly out between dirt and getting soaked by sweat on (the few) hot days (in WI). I also use wet and cool weather gloves almost as often.
  7. Luke R
    Hamden, CT

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    FJ StaSof, Pearl/White
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    I have been playing the Footjoy Pure Touch Ltd. and love it. Soft glove which seems to last a few months or more depending on the conditions.
  9. 19hole
    Woburn, MA

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    My primary glove is the FJ Pure Touch, but I do use the Titleist Players also.

    4-5 rounds is what FJ thinks a glove should last. It actually works out to quite a bit of golf is you look more closely at it.

    The pre-round warm-up is almost the same number of swings as a full 18 hole round.

    For every practice swing you make on the course, that adds another full round to the count.

    If we look at the average player who takes 2 practice swings for every shot and warms up before the round, then every scored round is the equal to 4 rounds of glove wear.
  10. Gary D
    Cranston, RI

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    Don't wear a glove, don't think they're necessary. People just get used to wearing them because the pro's wear them. (The pro's get them for free) Just use a dry towel on wet or humid days to wipe down the grips and my hands. Once you get used to not wearing a glove, you won't ever go back.
  11. Andrew A
    Charlotte, NC

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    I prefer the Perma Soft over all the other glover offerings out there now.
  12. Scott D
    Lethbridge,

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    Titleist Perma Soft. most comfortable glove that I have tried.
  13. JAM

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    Foot Joy "Winter Sof" in early spring and late fall. All other times it's the Titleist "Players". The best gloves in golf.
  14. N Anthony S
    Portland, OR

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    Players Glove for me.
  15. Tim Tiger
    Bixby, OK

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    I use the PTL for tournament play and Contour FLX for practice on range or course. PTL is the finest glove I've found, but they do not last long. I don't use them on the range and do not take practice swings normally.
    A glove that thin with great feel comes at a cost.

    TT
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    FJ WeatherSof... They hold up well, and can't beat the price. I'll spend the money on hard goods.
  17. Titleist Fan 179
    Middleburg hts, OH

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    It all depends on how much you play, if you use the same glove (or rotate) to practice, weather and if you have the proper grip (heel wear if you re-grip during swing). That being said Titleist Players Glove is the best I have found.
  18. Keith M
    Acworth, GA

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    Titleist Players Flex for me. On cold or rainy days, I use FJ Rain Gloves.
  19. Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

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    There is nothing like the feel of a Titleist Players or FootJoy Pure Touch, but I have gone to the FJ Contour FLX and really like this glove in the hot and humid weather in the south. Keeping your grips clean will also help keep your gloves from getting black. Proper grip pressure will help gloves last longer also as will a properly fitted glove. I wear my glove all the time and probably do not get as much wear as most and the Contours with their premium CabrettsSof leather palms and premium FiberSof back provide me a consistent comfortable fit. NOTE: If you are having issues with early wear, check out this reference on correct glove fitting.

    www.footjoy.com/.../gloves
  20. Rich T
    Shrewsbury, MA

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    StaSof or a Titleist Players - those are my go-to gloves. Durability has never been an issue. I seem to replace them from dirt or sweat before I ever see problems with holes. I haven't tried the Pure Touch but based on what I hear and read I would like to give it a go.
  21. Steve S
    Denison, TX

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    StaSof
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