Size Guide! Choose the right gloves and wear them more comfortably!

Confirming your golf glove size is an important step in ensuring comfort and performance. Here are some suggested steps:

  • Measure the length of your hand (most important) : Using a tape measure or string, measure the distance from the tip of your middle finger to your wrist. Measure the straight-line distance. When measuring, keep your fingers and wrists flat and do not bend them. Usually this step is the most important, because Asian hands are usually more consistent (thickness and width are the same). Whether the glove fits the hand mainly depends on whether the length of the glove is too short or too long.

  • Measuring the circumference of the palm: Most Asian hand shapes are not very different. When choosing gloves, you do not need to consider the impact of the thickness of the palm and fingers on comfort. However, if the gloves are cut using European, American or non-Asian standard molds, then This needs to be taken into account. To measure the circumference of your hand, use a tape measure or string wrapped around the widest part of your hand, usually between the base of your fingers and the palm of your hand. Don't pull too tight or too loose when measuring.

  • Reference the size chart: Different brands of golf gloves may have slightly different sizing standards, so after measuring your palm, refer to the size chart provided by the manufacturer. These tables typically pair palm circumferences with corresponding glove sizes.
  • Consider glove material: Different glove materials may have different elasticities and adaptability. Some gloves may feel more compact in the same size, while others may be looser
  • Try on: If possible, try on the gloves before purchasing. Golfers can go to the store to actually wear them to more accurately confirm whether the gloves fit properly. The glove should fit snugly around the hand, but not be too tight or too loose, and there should be no space between the tip of either finger and the top of the glove.

Generally speaking, the elasticity of different materials ranges from large to small:


The best way is to combine hand size measurements with the size reference provided by the brand, and make the most suitable choice based on personal preferences and playing style. make sure:

  • Making a fist is easier
    • Too tight may affect hand flexibility
    • If you are too loose, you may lose your sense of control.
  • The fingers of the glove should be able to wrap around your fingers completely, but not be too long. If the fingers of the glove are too long, it may affect the feel when gripping the club.
acceptable Unacceptable
Fingers are loose but no excess fabric Fingers are loose and there is excess fabric on any finger
Fingers are tight but does not affect fist making Fingers are tight and it is difficult or uncomfortable to make a fist