Each week on Capital Golf Weekly, host Dave Lucas brings you the ins and outs of Virginia, Maryland and D.C. area golf courses, as well as reviews of the latest products and news and notes from the professional tours. He recently reviewed the new FootJoy PureTouch glove. Click on the image below to watch the segment.
Can you really wash golf gloves?
And a year? Are you kidding me? I go through AT LEAST 2 Titleist Players gloves a month.
Too bad there’s no one in a 600 miles radius that stocks these so I could at least TRY them on.
Thanks for your comment. To answer your question, yes, you can wash golf gloves. We recommend you machine wash cold on a delicate cycle or hand wash with mild soap. Do not put it in the dryer, however; It’s best to smooth the glove out and let it air dry at room temperature. This will help the glove retain its original fit and feel. Also, when not in use, we recommend storing the glove in the original packaging sleeve or a plastic bag. These are just a few of the ways to extend the life of your FootJoy golf glove.
I hope this helps.
Senior Director, FootJoy Gloves and Accessories
I was wondering if Titleist has a glove of comparable standing with the Pure Touch. I have had the pleasure of using a number of gloves and had one of the Titlesist gloves(can't remember which style) and found it to be very good. I don't often find the Titleist gloves anywhere and FJ is my glove of choice