Is two better than one?

Gregor Monks

24 October 2022

FootJoy RainGrip gloves in action
FootJoy RainGrip gloves in action

Did you know that the only PGA Tour player who doesn’t wear a glove is Lucas Glover? We just wanted to share that because it’s brilliantly ironic, but it’s actually the complete opposite of what we’re talking about in this article.

Instead of taking away the glove, we’re looking at whether adding another could benefit your game. We know that it works for Aaron Rai, who sports two gloves and, at just 27, has already achieved so much on both the DP World and PGA Tours.

FootJoy RainGrip golf gloves

With us edging towards November, if you’re still playing now you’re probably starting to experience some issues with grip or cold hands; losing control of the club and feeling that horrible sting on a miss-hit.

FootJoy’s RainGrip gloves are fantastic for wet weather as they’re made with unique autosuede knit palms that maintain grip in wet weather, as well as QuikDry fabric keeping your hands dry. All of a sudden, you’ve got full control over your club and you’re hitting your best shots in the rain. It really is an instant game-changer.

FootJoy WinterSof golf gloves
FootJoy WinterSof golf gloves

As for playing in the cold weather, a pair of the WinterSof gloves helps to keep your hands warm with Weather-Shield fleecing on the back. This gives you more control and more comfort, even when you don’t catch the ball quite right.

But the best option is always to experience the two-glove magic for yourself. You can do this by heading into the pro shop, picking up a pair and heading out to hit some balls this weekend.

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