So called because they started with 3 and 4 prong tees which allegedly reduced friction. Sadly for them, as they branched out, their name maybe doesn't now work.Zero friction?? I thought that the idea of a glove was, allegedly, to give more friction between hand and grip.
I use FJ Weathersof....I wait until I've opened my last one and look around for a deal on a 3 or 4 pack.
I'm not that hard on synthetic gloves but I can go through a leather one in a couple of rounds... don't ask, I dont know...
It goes on at the first tee and comes off after the 18th green...can't be having this on, off, on, off business..
It's what you're used to, I dare say I could play exactly the same shot glove or no glove....it's psychological.
And I wear my "Golfer's Glove" tan line with pride....
Another good thing about the zero Friction glove is the tee holder. Which (during practice only!) could be used to aid hand position at impact. I used to use a tee peg stuck inside a glove to help force my wrist to stay "locked" and not flick at the ball. This would stop the tee peg falling out.
I like them as the cuff is just a little bit longer..just seem to fit and feel betterAre we related?
I literally mirror this with the only difference being the type of weathersofts. I keep around 1 or 2 “ in stock “,normally dark colours for the winter and white for April to sept.
I’m fussy in regards to which weather softs hence the stock. I only buy the ones Witt the traditional small popper style ball marker so always grab a few when I see them about.