These 3 colorful golf glove models will brighten up any round

October 24, 2018
From left to right: FootJoy Spectrum golf gloves, Callaway Opticolor golf gloves, and G/FORE The Collection golf gloves.

We don’t blame you for overlooking your golf glove. With so many clubs and shoes to choose from, it’s easy to forget the importance of your glove. But since your hands are the only connection to your club, you should make sure you are using a golf glove that feels and performs just how you like it (the same goes for golf grips). And if you like some flair with your golf gear, you’re in luck. Here are three high-quality golf gloves from three different manufacturers that will add a whole lot of color to your outfit.

 

FootJoy Spectrum golf gloves

$24; BUY NOW

The king of golf gloves shows its knack for style by offering a plethora of eye-catching color options, including camo, pink, lime, and others. A soft cabretta-leather palm ensures a solid hold, while a FiberSoft microfiber back offers enhanced flexibility and all-round comfort. Available in 13 color options.

FootJoy's Spectrum golf gloves.
FootJoy’s Spectrum golf gloves.
Kevin Sweeney

Callaway Opticolor golf gloves

$20; BUY NOW

Featuring full leather construction, these Callaway gloves deliver a bold look in the vein of its award-winning clubs. The design allows for enhanced air flow due to perforated areas in the palm and fingers. An “optifeel closure” element provides an excellent fit for a wide variety of hand shapes and sizes. Available in black, blue, green, and red color options.

Callaway's Opticolor golf gloves.
Callaway’s Opticolor golf gloves.
Kevin Sweeney

G/FORE The Collection golf gloves

$35; BUY NOW

G/FORE’s top-of-the-line model. These expertly constructed gloves include premium AA cabretta leather with an embroidered patch on the tab. G/FORE is known for exceptional style, and they update their colors each season. The price is premium, but so are the looks and performance. Available in 19 color options.

G/FORE's The Collection golf gloves.
G/FORE’s The Collection golf gloves.
Kevin Sweeney