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5 Eye-Catching Golf Gloves You Need for Your Bag

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There are so many ways to make a statement on the golf course: polos are shoes are obvious choices, but there are more subtle ways to make a sartorial splash: hats, belts and colorful socks.

One oft overlooked area of expression is your glove. While it’s tempting to choose a go-with-everything white glove, why not make things more interesting with a pop of color or a cool design?

The good news is there are plenty of fun choices available these days. From splatter patterns to skeleton prints, you can be as “out there” as you please. Check out our five favorite eye-catching golf gloves below, and while you’re shopping, make sure to check out the rest of the items on offer in GOLF’s Pro Shop — your ultimate source for the latest gear for your game, all in one convenient place.

Asher Black DeathGrip Premium

When it’s time to kill it on the golf course, reach for the Asher DeathGrip Premium golf glove. The Bone print design will keep you looking deadly throughout each round. The DeathGrip reduces friction between the hand and club, reduces sweat and more.

Asher Alta 2.0 Premium

The Asher Alta 2.0 Premium glove is made with a single-piece, precision cut, AAA Cabretta Leather. It delivers high tour-grade quality, keeping your hands free from sweat build up and offering exceptional grip. Alta features a leather upper wrist

Asher Chuck

The Asher Chuck glove is designed to deliver high-performance results. It offers a precision fit and features an all-weather leather upper with cabretta leather palm inserts. Chuck is breathable, soft, and durable for lasting wear.

Under Armour Men’s UA Iso-Chill

The UA Tour Cool fabric pulls heat away from your skin, so you actually feel cooler. Premium Grip system that gives you maximum control during your shots. Best of all is the oft cabretta leather delivers comfort, durability & grip.

This article originally appeared on Golf.com.

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