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I have become a believer that wearing a glove is but personal preferance. Some people i have talked to, well Champions/Senior during the US Senior open here in Washington State last year a few have told me different things. Some people choose to wear it to prevent blisters, others because of the fear the club will slip out of their hands from sweat, and others like me because we are used to it. I dont know about you guys but it is just weird swinging a club without one. Dose any one else agree? Like to hear from a Titleist member on this one too haha.
You can always wear two like Tommy Two Gloves~
of course it's personal - Hogan never wore one, Jonathan Byrd never wears one, and a few other tour players don't. I never used to wear one and played great golf - however, I have been wearing one the last 3 seasons and it has helped, especially on hot, humid days. If I could get away with it I probably wouldn't use one, but I cannot keep my hands and grips dry enough.
I wear one for the front nine and change to a dry glove for the back.
I would say that if 99% of tour pros around the world wear a glove, we should most likely wear one as well.
Just my 2 cents