For the uninitiated, golf can be a confusing sport. One of the most common questions we get asked by first-time golfers is "which hand do you wear a golf glove on?" It's a fair question and one that has a surprising answer. In this blog post, we'll break down everything you need to know about how to wear a golf glove like a pro.

First things first, why wear a golf glove in the first place? A golf glove provides much-needed traction between your hand and the club, which leads to greater control and accuracy. It also absorbs moisture so your grip stays dry especially if your hands tend to sweat.

A good, comfortable golf glove can help prevent blisters. When the weather gets cold and wet a golf glove can provide warmth and the grip you need for solid contact. And let's be honest—it just looks cool.

Now that you know the importance of wearing a golf glove, let's talk about how to do it properly. The first thing you need to know is that there is no right or wrong hand to wear a golf glove on—it's entirely personal preference.

The general rule of thumb (no pun intended) is to wear the glove on your non-dominant hand. So, if you're right-handed, you would wear the glove on your left hand.

This may feel counterintuitive at first, but trust us—it's the way that most golfers do it. Golfers believe that leaving the dominant hand glove free gives them a better feel when striking the ball. This is also why you see most pros not wearing a glove when they putt. Some even go sans glove when they hit their wedges.

The exception to this rule is if you have an injury or condition that prevents you from gripping the club properly with your non-dominant hand. In that case, you may want to wear the glove on your dominant hand.

Once you've got your golf glove on correctly, it's important to remember to take it off when you're not swinging. This seems like common sense, but you'd be surprised how many people forget and leave their gloves on between shots. There's nothing wrong with this. Perhaps it's so comfortable that you don't want to take it off.

As for which glove to wear, there are a few things to consider. First, make sure you choose a glove that is the correct size for your hand. You don't want it to be too tight or too loose, as this will affect your ability to grip the club correctly. You should also choose a glove made from moisture-wicking material, such as leather or synthetic leather. This will help keep your grip dry and prevent blisters from forming.

We hope this has cleared up any confusion about how to correctly wear a golf glove. Just remember—wear it on your nondominant hand unless you prefer otherwise.

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