Teachers’ Comments: A good glove, and an even better training device.
I have a friend whose pro marks up his gloves with a sharpie to remind him where to place his club, how to align his thumbs, etc. It’s a good idea and serves as a constant reminder of the constant grip.
The David Ledbetter Correct Grip Glove permanently enshrines that idea in a glove with built-in grip reminders. The white glove has sewn-in black patches to indicate proper positions in a classically correct golf grip. You can see the positions in the photos below:
The bottom line for me after several uses is that the Correct Grip glove just plain works. While I know full well how to properly grip a club, the glove serves as a constant reminder. I am certain that it has improved my consistency and I intend to use it on a regular basis.
On its merits as a regular glove, the Correct Grip also gets good grades. It’s constructed of Cabretta leather and is quite comfortable. The large fits as expected. It also seems durable. After several rounds, I have noticed no wear and certainly no tear.
The GolfBlogger enthusiastically recommends this glove.
For more information, you can visit the website here.