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#31 MixedBag

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Posted 11 July 2018 - 03:48 PM

No joke, Zero Friction gloves last FOREVER...and I just purchased a Copper Tech to test, the palm is super sticky


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#32 fore_life

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    Swung too hard, hit it too pure.

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Posted 11 July 2018 - 04:20 PM

Just bought 15 gloves for like $43 on eBay from a UK seller, figure even if they suck they will suffice for range gloves, I burn through them quick here in AZ.

These have also received decent praise here.
https://m.ebay.com/i...ar=601181089054


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Here’s the uk seller, will report on quality. Got 10 white and 5 all weather
https://www.ebay.com...ine=true&_pgn=1

Edited by fore_life, 11 July 2018 - 04:21 PM.

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#33 deadsolid...shank

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Posted 12 July 2018 - 08:15 AM

View PostJagpilotohio, on 22 June 2018 - 10:11 AM, said:


I haven’t even looked at another glove since I found the MG’s 3 years ago.  Sizing is consistent.  Leather is top notch. I buy 5 at a time. They are thin, which I love, but they may not be for everyone if you are very hard on gloves.


That’s me. Really nice glove at a great price . But just so thin that I do wear them out too quickly. In the end, it’s pribably a wash value wise for me.
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Posted 14 July 2018 - 12:49 PM

If you like a thin feeling cabreta leather glove, you can't beat the MG.  They're just too thin for me. I hate paying $22 a pop for the Titleist Players, but they are really the best glove for me between thickness and feel.  Apparently the Cally 4 pack at Costco is great too, so I'm going to order those and check em out.
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#35 fore_life

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Posted 14 July 2018 - 06:14 PM

I got my gloves, pretty damn happy for $3/ glove

Adams Fast 12 Ls Ust 90x elements
TEE cb 16.5 Kuro Kage 80x proto
Titleist 21* H2 evenflow blue 6.5
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Various other putters currently in the closet,
thinking about what they’ve done wrong,
and how they’ve hurt me so.

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Posted 16 July 2018 - 07:16 PM

I am in the same boat.. I have super sweaty hands when I play... so I have to be really good about rotating... at one point last year I had 5 gloves in rotation and i rotated between shots and hung them on my cart  (got roasted for it in several posts)  i have even started using the footjoy rain gloves.  But I don't have a lefty that wants to split the cost of a pack with me... lol

I am a Puma guy through and through, and I have really bad OCD about stuff matching... so one day i cam across a closeout deal on puma gloves on either budget golf or rockbottom... they were like 7-10 bucks... I bought several..
both the hybrid and the Pro Performance
I go through gloves quickly...
The MG elite... was a three round, and DONE glove for me...
Footboy contour FLX was the longer lasting, but I don't like to pay more than 15 for any glove, because I just destroy them.

Anyway..  2 full months on the first Pro Performance glove... thats 2 full rounds in the Florida heat minimum per weekend (if the wife works, I usually get another 18 in)
I am on the second glove... put in play a month ago... in full Summer heat (still had the first one as my rotation glove until sunday when it fell off the cart somewhere on the course)

Its a great glove.  I got the 2017 gloves for under 10 each I am pretty sure.
I like the way the hybrid glove fits and looks better, but its a not as good a glove... but they are both fantastic....
I bought an orange hybrid on Amazon for 7bux last week... so there is that
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Posted 16 July 2018 - 09:58 PM

My hands sweat so bad I have been using a FJ rain glove on my right hand and rotate through 5-6 cabretta leather on my left per round. The humidity here is so bad that once a glove gets wet, it will not dry out enough to use again the same day. I’ve been researching products for Hyperhidrosis and have used a gel called Grip Sheid with limited success. I found it at a local sporting goods store in the hockey dept for about $11 for a small bottle. Key is to get it on perfectly dry hands way ahead of time so it has a chance to dry. Doesn’t last but a few holes but it’s better than nothing. There are some over the counter products as well as prescription products that contain Aluminum Chloride that lasts up to 72 hours if applied before going to bed but I’ve not tried any of them yet. Not to keen on the idea of using a product that basically closes the sweat pores in your hands just so it comes out somewhere else.

Will have to try some of the gloves mentioned above as I’m tired of spending $20+ a week now that I’m playing or practicing 4-5 days a week. Too bad no one makes a white rain glove like the FJ.

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Posted 16 July 2018 - 10:13 PM

View Post((hoselrocket)), on 22 June 2018 - 12:23 PM, said:

No way I could go with one glove with the way my hands sweat & playing in the Deep South.  I rotate one every three holes.

I rotate gloves as well and if it’s really bad I’ll just use a rain glove.

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Posted 17 July 2018 - 08:12 AM

View PostSteveL1, on 16 July 2018 - 09:58 PM, said:

Too bad no one makes a white rain glove like the FJ.

Footjoy makes one now... its grey and white.  

I bought a pack of an off brand
'finger ten" off amazon last night (thanks WRX, grumble grumble)  they come in black, grey and green... 6 pack for like 30 bucks... we will see how they do.  i mean 5 bucks a glove, if it gets me through the rest of the summer and fall tournament season while using the leather gloves rotated in, its good money spent.  At least thats what I am going to tell myself... over and over until i believe it.
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Posted 17 July 2018 - 11:19 AM

Do MG golfs gloves run large to size? Ive never worn anything less than an XL reg in any FJ, Titleist, TM or Ping in my life. The MG interactive size chart says I shoud wear a Med/Large. That quite a bit smaller than anything else I've worn.

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Posted 17 July 2018 - 12:43 PM

View Postmjf34g, on 17 July 2018 - 11:19 AM, said:

Do MG golfs gloves run large to size? Ive never worn anything less than an XL reg in any FJ, Titleist, TM or Ping in my life. The MG interactive size chart says I shoud wear a Med/Large. That quite a bit smaller than anything else I've worn.

I found the MG a bit snug.  But what you normally wear as well, if one is off send it back and they will replace it.  Great customer service.


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Posted 17 July 2018 - 02:41 PM

View Postmjf34g, on 17 July 2018 - 11:19 AM, said:

Do MG golfs gloves run large to size? Ive never worn anything less than an XL reg in any FJ, Titleist, TM or Ping in my life. The MG interactive size chart says I shoud wear a Med/Large. That quite a bit smaller than anything else I've worn.

I wear mediums in Titleist and FJ, but a small for Master Grip.  The first time I ordered I got a medium and it was huge.

Edited by groach, 17 July 2018 - 02:42 PM.

Driver: Rogue Sub Zero - Fuji Pro X
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3 Hybrid: Titleist 816 H2 - Speeder X
Irons (4-P): Mizuno MP-18 SC - CTaper X
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Putter: TM Spider Tour #3
Ball: Chrome Soft Truvis
Glove: Titleist Players
Shoes: Ecco Biom G2 & FJ Pro SL
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Posted 19 July 2018 - 08:45 PM

Update. Got the finger 10 rain gloves in today. Feel great. Especially for $5 a glove. Played a few holes today. Good grip. I usually wear a medium large and these were a little snug, but immediately stretched “in”.  Definitely perfect for the hot and humid weather we have here in Florida right now.
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Posted 19 July 2018 - 10:29 PM

I need kick my shoe buying habit and get into buying gloves. It's always nice to have a fresh one.

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Posted 25 July 2018 - 09:39 AM

Quick review of the 3 gloves I have used so far this year and last.

Master Grip Dyna Elite - Obviously an excellent value @ $7 per glove with shipping. I've never had the issue with the velcro that others have had and I have used about 10 of them over the last 3 years.  It's definitely the thinnest glove I've used.  Quite honestly, doesn't feel any different than the Pure Touch.  For me, it's too thin. These also run large. I wear a medium in footjoy and titleist, but a small for these.

Costco Callaway Glove - Just purchased them and tried them for my first round. Very soft, thicker than the MG, but a little loose around the wrist area.  There is also a stitch pattern on the thumb area that looks and feels a little sloppy, if that makes sense. It doesn't affect my swing or grip, but it's not as tightly stitched as my favorite glove. The value here is also a major factor @ $6 per glove (I bought the 3 pack in store).  Overall, I like it better than the MG Elite.  These also run large. Had to buy a small in this, while I wear a medium in footjoy and titleist.

Titleist Players Glove - My favorite glove, best fit and overall feel, but also the most expensive @ $22 per glove. The stitching in the thumb area is perfect, makes it feel like one piece of leather instead of two pieces sewn over each other. Everything about the glove is perfect for me. Compares most common to the Stasoft, but the fit is tighter, in a good way, like a second skin. Thicker than Pure Touch and MG Elite. About the same thickness as the Costco Callaway glove, but not as thick as a the Permasoft or standard MG.

Overall, they are all quality Cabretta leather gloves. For me, I will no longer even purchase the MG Elite. Too thin and I just won't wear it at all. The one I do have in my bag will be given away next time a playing partner needs a glove. I am going to keep using the Costco Callaway gloves for a few more rounds and try and talk myself into these as a cheaper replacement for the Titleist Players glove.

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Putter: TM Spider Tour #3
Ball: Chrome Soft Truvis
Glove: Titleist Players
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Posted 25 July 2018 - 12:56 PM

I play one glove until it has a hole in it. Then I forget to go buy another one, refuse to pay inflated prices at the pro shop and keep playing it even longer.

If you happen to be a size M I could use a few extras.....
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TM SpeedBlades 4-PW
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A bunch of random wedges

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