Moisture Control A breathable PowerNet™ Mesh along the knuckles, creates cool comfort while improving fit and flexibility. See All
The angled ComforTab closure is strategically positioned for a precision fit and stress-free comfort.See All
Taction2™ Advanced Performance Leather
Exclusive to FJ, Taction2™ Advanced Performance leather, by Pittards® of England, provides optimum feel, a powerful grip, exceptional moisture resistance and the finest feel that's engineered to stay softer longer.See All
COMMON FIT QUESTIONS
ARE YOU WEARING THE RIGHT SIZE GLOVE?
Fits Like a Second Skin
A proper fitting golf glove should fit like a second skin, tight across the palm and fingers, with no loose material.
Fingers Should be Snug
You should not have extra material at the top of your fingers, if you do, you may want to size down or try a Cadet glove in your size.
Room to Adjust Closure
The tab should only come about 75% of the way across the back of your hand (leaving 1/4” of Velcro® uncovered) to allow for adjustment during play.
HOW TO DETERMINE YOUR GLOVE SIZE
- Length of middle finger
- Circumference of the hand measured around the first knuckle (excluding the thumb)
- If you fall between two sizes, try the smaller size first.
- If your size comes out different from what you normally wear, try the size we recommend first.
- If your Finger Length number is LESS than your Palm Width number, try a Cadet glove in your size.
- If your Finger Length and Palm Width number differ by more than 2 than you will want to try on several sizes to determine the best compromise.
- For some men, a Womens glove may be your best option. Several FootJoy tour players wear a Womens glove on tour for optimal performance.
- Always try the glove on to ensure proper fit.
- Check your size at the start of every season, it can change over time.
- Be sure to read Are you wearing the right size glove? before making a final glove size determination.
WHAT GLOVE WEAR CAN TELL YOU ABOUT YOUR GAME
Your hands may be slipping during your swing, or you may be holding your club with your palms rather than your fingers.
You may be re-gripping at the top of your swing, or you may be holding the club too close to the end. Check that you are gripping the clubs about an inch from the end.
You may be extending your thumb too far down the shaft. Point your left thumb slightly toward the right for a more natural, comfortable backswing.
Rotating between multiple gloves extends the life of each glove because it gives them more time to dry out.