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On what hand do you wear a golf glove?

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Right-handed people wear a golf glove on their left hand, and left-handed people wear the glove on their right hand. Gloves assist in giving golfers a better grip on the club.

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Golf gloves also prevent blisters from forming on the fingers. Gloves allow a tighter grip on the club which results in a more disciplined swing and further distance.

Golf gloves are commonly made from synthetic leather and genuine leather, and are made to withstand the elements and keep the hands warm in the colder months.

Some golfers choose to wear gloves on both hands, but this item is sold individually.

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