Golf Gloves

Golf gloves are essential for improving grip, reducing friction, and protecting your hands during swings. At Pete Carlson’s Golf & Tennis, you’ll find a fantastic selection of name brand golf gloves to elevate your performance on the course

Hundreds of stylish name brand golf gloves

Come in and see why the locals choose Pete Carlson’s before hitting the golf course.

  • Titleist Men’s Players Golf Glove
  • Titleist Men’s Perma-Soft Golf Gloves
  • HJ Glove Solaire Ladies Golf Glove
  • HJ glove half solaire ladies golf glove
  • HJ Glove Gripper Golf Glove
  • HJ Glove Durasoft Men’s Golf Glove
  • FootJoy Women’s StaCooler Golf Glove
  • FootJoy Men’s WinterSof Golf Glove
  • FootJoy Men’s WeatherSof Golf Glove
  • FootJoy Men’s StaSof Glove
  • FootJoy Men’s Pure Touch Limited Golf Glove
  • Bionic Stablegrip womens golf gloves

Benefits of using a Golf Glove

A golf glove provides better grip on the club, preventing slippage during your swing. This stability enhances control and accuracy.

The glove’s material reduces friction between your hand and the grip. This minimizes blisters and calluses, especially during extended play.

Golf gloves shield your hands from extreme weather conditions—whether it’s scorching sun or chilly winds. They keep your hands comfortable and maintain flexibility.

A snug-fitting glove encourages proper hand positioning and wrist movement. It helps maintain a smooth swing plane.

Sweaty palms can affect your grip. Golf gloves absorb moisture, keeping your hands dry and maintaining optimal performance.

Things to consider when buying a golf glove

Make sure to select the correct golf glove for you.

Regular vs Cadet

Cadet gloves are designed for golfers with shorter fingers, wider palms, smaller wrists, and shorter thumbs, whereas regular gloves are better suited for those with average measurements in these aspects.

Size & Fit

A well-fitting golf glove is crucial. It should feel like a second skin, snug but not too tight. Loose material can affect your grip and lead to premature wear. Check for any excess material on the palm or around the fingers. If you can pinch material when your hand is fully open, the glove is likely too big


Leather: Provides excellent feel but may wear out faster. Not ideal for rainy conditions.

Synthetic: More durable and resistant to moisture. Suitable for all weather conditions.

Hybrid: Combines leather and synthetic elements for a balance of feel and longevity

Closure System

Check the Velcro strap. It should cover around 75% of the back of your hand, leaving room for adjustment. If it easily wraps all the way around, the glove is likely too big1.


Look for a glove with a reliable grip. The right texture ensures better control over the club during your swing.


Consider how long the glove will last. Thicker gloves tend to be more durable, but thinner ones offer better feel.

When should you replace your golf gloves?

  • Holes or Tears: If your glove has visible holes or tears, it’s time to say goodbye. 

  • Texture Loss: If your glove has become crusty due to rain or sweat, it’s lost its grip and texture.

  • Poor Fit: An overstretched or ill-fitting glove affects your grip consistency. Replace it if it no longer fits securely.