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Golf Gloves

Explore our selection of premium golf gloves at great prices. Whether you want the comfort of a soft-feel glove, the breathability of a tech glove or the versatility of a wet weather glove, we've got you covered.

Stocking an extensive range of golf gloves from big-name brands like Pro FX, TaylorMade, Wilson, FootJoy, Adidas, Bridgestone, Callaway and Titleist, our range of mens, ladies and childrens golf gloves makes it easy to find the perfect fit so you can take your game to the next level.

Browse the range online or visit a Golf Clearance Outlet store near you.

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  1. Wilson Feel Plus Glove

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    Wilson Feel Plus Glove
    Wilson Feel Plus Glove
    Special Price $14.00 Regular Price $15.95 $1.95 OFF RRP
  2. Bridgestone Lady Glove

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    Bridgestone Lady Glove
    Bridgestone Lady Glove
    Special Price $19.00 Regular Price $24.00 $5.00 OFF RRP

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Are Golf Gloves Necessary?

Whether or not you use a golf glove largely depends on your personal preference, the playing conditions and individual comfort level.

Investing in a golf glove isn’t too different to investing in some good quality golf apparel. While golf gloves are not strictly necessary, many golfers prefer to wear them as they can provide benefits such as improved grip, reduced friction and protection for the hands.

What Hand Do You Wear a Golf Glove On?

Golfers usually wear a glove on their non-dominant hand, which is the left hand for right-handed players and the right hand for left-handed players. Golf gloves are typically worn on the non-dominant hand because it plays a crucial role in controlling the club's grip and stability during the swing.

For right-handed golfers, the left hand is placed higher on the club's grip and is responsible for guiding the clubhead through impact. The glove on this hand helps maintain a secure grip and minimise slippage, enhancing control and accuracy. Similarly, left-handed golfers wear the glove on their right hand to achieve the same benefits.

What To Consider When Buying Golf Gloves

Materials

While golf gloves were traditionally made from leather which was known for its smooth feel and durability, most modern golf gloves are now constructed from a combination of synthetic materials for a softer feel with greater flexibility.

Synthetic leather gloves typically provide good durability, while tech materials offer good flexibility and breathability. Hybrid gloves combine multiple materials to provide a combination of benefits.

Weather Versatility

Most modern golf gloves are designed to be versatile enough to suit a variety of playing conditions. Ideally, you should look for features such as mesh or perforation that ensure the glove is breathable and will prevent sweating when playing in warm climates. Moisture or rain-resistant coatings are also a great feature that allows you to maintain your grip in wet conditions.

Sizing and Fit

The size and fit of your golf glove are important to prevent the glove from slipping or bunching up during play. You’ll generally have the option between mens golf gloves, ladies golf gloves and juniors/kids golf gloves. Many golf gloves are also available in various sizes, typically ranging from small to extra large. The best golf gloves will also feature an adjustable flap above the wrist which can be tightened for an extra snug fit.

How Do You Clean a Golf Glove?

It’s good to regularly clean your golf glove to remove any dirt, sweat and oils that can degrade the material and reduce grip.

To clean a golf glove made from a synthetic material:

  1. Combine a mild detergent mixed with water.
  2. Gently scrub the glove with the mixture using a soft brush or cloth.
  3. Rinse thoroughly with clean water.
  4. Pat dry with a towel and allow it to air dry completely at room temperature before use to retain its original shape.

For leather golf gloves, gently wipe it with a damp cloth to remove dirt and sweat, then allow it to air dry. It’s important to avoid exposing leather gloves to excessive water or detergents, as these can damage the leather.