G Fore Golf Gloves

G/Fore Golf Glove

G Fore Golf Gloves: Is it just me or do all gloves look exactly the same? Seriously, I must have bought over 200 golf gloves in my life, but if pressed by Alex Trebec, I fear I could not tell you which version I normally buy. My eyes literally glaze over when I stand in front of the golf glove section. In my defense, there are about a million types of golf gloves that all look the same and have names that only add to my confusion. Let’s see, there is dry fit, tour select, stay soft, weather soft and the whatever else the new brand manager could dream up.

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is this Stay-Soft or Weather Fit?

Enter G/Fore . . . where even this guy can remember I have the blue glove. No versions, just colors, all of which are made of the same super soft leather. So now instead of checking my golf glove Rolodex, I can simply choose my preferred color and size. Speaking of which, G/Fore run just a tad small (perhaps a 1/2 size).

G/Fore Golf Glove

In terms of feel, lets just say “butter”. Now at $35 a pop, I guess it is fair to expect a bit more from G/Fore that the average $15 glove, but the product lives up to the price tag. Moreover, the way I figure it, your hands are the only part of your body that is actually touching the club, so why cheap out? Not only is the G/Fore incredibly soft but it is fairly sturdy in terms of wear (in other words, no golf glove Shrinky Dink action).

G/Fore Golf Glove

G/Fore comes in nineteen colors so you can match ’til your heart’s content and it is made from AA Cabretta leather which means you will be slipping your paw into one of the finest golf gloves available.

G/Fore Golf Glove

And it’s not only me. There are tons of pros who are on the G/Fore bandwagon. Specifically, Ricky Barnes, Alex Cejka and even Tommy Armour III all wear the G/Fore golf glove.

So when you are ready to act like Weezy and “move on up”, treat yourself to a new G/Fore golf glove, your hands will thank you.

You can see all of the versions of the G/Fore golf gloves on their website.

Written by Adam Staelin
Founder and Editor of Three Guys Golf. I am always on the lookout for new and innovative products for the discerning golfer. I play about a 100 rounds a year (but don't tell my boss).