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Under Armour Kids' CoolSwitch Golf Glove
  • USA
  • White/Black
Under Armour Kids' CoolSwitch Golf Glove

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WAS: $13.99*

FootJoy FLX Golf Glove
  • White
FootJoy FLX Golf Glove


WAS: $15.99*

Golf Gloves Give You a Better Grip


A better grip leads to improved shots. Use golf gloves to boost your performance.

Find ladies' golf gloves, men's golf gloves and golf gloves for kids.

Choose gloves from the following materials:

  • Leather: Get the best feel from leather gloves. However, they tend to wear out faster and need to be replaced more often
  • Synthetic: More durable and flexible than true leather. Synthetic leather gloves don't breathe as well
  • Hybrid: Made of both authentic and synthetic leather, hybrids provide the best of both words

Buying Tips

Find a glove with the right mix of feel, durability and style. Make your glove a reflection of your personality. Find white and black gloves with a variety of accent colors, like blue, red, pink and orange or colored golf gloves from brands like FootJoy.

Choose from other top brands like TaylorMade, Titleist, Callaway, Mizuno, Nike, Srixon, Bionic, Maxfli, PUMA, Top Flite and more.

Select a glove for your left hand if you're a right-handed golfer and a glove for your right hand if you're a left-handed golfer.

Leather gloves tend to stretch. Buy a pair that is snug to accommodate stretching.

Expert Advice

Find an all-weather glove and play through a rain storm or unexpected temperature drop. Rain gloves work well in wet conditions. Winter gloves trap heat to keep your hands warm and feature extended cuffs to block the chill.

After a round, consider airing out your glove to keep it in good condition. When you are on the course, remove your glove between holes to keep your glove dry. Consider carrying two or more gloves and change them during your game.

Diagnose your swing problems by looking at the wear and tear on your glove. If you often develop holes in the same part of your glove, such as your palm or thumb, you may be gripping the club incorrectly.