Golf gloves are designed to fit like a second skin, tightly around your hand and fingers. To determine your golf glove size, measure the circumference of your glove hand around the knuckles. If you’re right-handed, measure your left hand. If you’re left-handed, measure your right hand.
How do you know what size gloves to buy?
To ascertain your glove size:
- Pass a tape measure around the widest part of your hand – usually over your knuckles, excluding the thumb.
- The result, in inches, is your glove size – e.g. if your hand measures 7 inches, you are a glove size 7.
- If you are between two sizes, round down to the lower of the two.
Should a golf glove be loose or tight?
Ideally, a golf glove should be like a second skin. That means nice and tight across the palm of your hand and through the fingers. No loose material.
How do I measure my hand for gloves?
Wrap the measuring tape around your palm, just below the knuckles, not including the thumb. Glove size should be measured in inches. Round up to the nearest half inch. For Proper Cloth gloves, we highly recommend purchasing a half inch larger size (e.g. if your hand measures 8.5″, purchase a glove size 9).
What is cadet golf glove size?
Cadet sizes are the same as Men’s across the palm, but are 1/4” shorter in the fingers. A SIZE TIP: Check the tag inside the MG Golf Glove you’re using now.
What is the difference between a cadet golf glove and a regular golf glove?
Cadet size gloves have slightly shorter finger lengths and a wider palm and back of the hand relative to “regular” size gloves.
Can a golf glove be too big?
Upwards of 50% of golfers are estimated to be wearing the wrong glove size. Most are wearing a glove that is too big. Your glove is the closest point of contact with your club; it should fit like a second skin. Any movement between hand and glove could compromise your swing.
How is a golf glove supposed to fit?
A golf glove should fit like a second skin, so there is no interruption or excess material between your hand, the grip and the club itself. When you think about golf, the closest point of contact that you have between you, the golfer, and the club is the grip.
How should a glove fit?
Snug fit around the finger tips is the key to good dexterity. Your fingers should fill the glove fingers with no extra material. Finger tips should be snug in the tips of the glove fingers. This simple rule for glove sizes will will your staff happier and more productive at work.
How do I know if I need a cadet golf glove?
If you look at the shape of your hand and fingers, it might appear that you need a cadet glove. For some golfers, however, the type of glove they need is not obvious. When shopping for a new glove, try on a regular glove and a cadet glove to determine which fits best.
What hand do golfers wear a glove?
Right hand or left? However, you may be wondering why golfers only wear a glove on one hand. This is because a golf glove is usually worn on the weaker, or ‘lead’ hand, which the hand on the top of the grip. This means that if you are a right-handed player, you should be looking for a left-handed glove, and vice versa.
What size is cadet medium?
Small – Length: 6 7/8″ – 7 1/8″, Circumference: 7 3/4″ – 8″ Medium – Length: 7 1/8″ – 7 3/8″, Circumference: 8″ – 8 1/4″ Medium Large (M/L) – Length: 7 3/8″ – 7 1/2″, Circumference: 8 1/4″ – 8 3/8.