Extending the golf season as late as possible is the goal of any golfer in colder climes. If your course is open and you have the proper cold-weather golf gear, you can play well into the winter if you’re prepared. When it comes to apparel, insulated layering is key to providing warmth—without impeding the swing. Winter hats or ear-covers are musts, wool socks will keep your feet cozy—but too many golfers don’t prepare their hands enough. A regular golf glove will not typically provide enough warmth or grip in cold or wet conditions. With the right winter golf gloves or hand warmers, all-year golf is possible no matter where you live.
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Galvin Green Lewis Glove ($65)
Galvin Green is known for making quality rain gear, and the Lewis Gloves ($65) are no exception. The windproof and water-repellent gloves are made with the brand’s Interface-1 technology that’s built to be soft, full of stretch and ultra-breathable. They’ll release excess heat moisture to regulate temperature in any conditions.
Nike Cold Weather Golf Gloves ($28)
Nike’s Cold Weather Golf Gloves ($28) have a water-resistant fleece at the back of the hand for warmth and a synthetic suede strategically placed where you need grip the most. An oversize wrist tab locks in warmth and with a hook-and-loop closure provides a secure fit you won’t have to adjust.
HotHands Hand Warmers, 10 Count ($10)
These air-activated heat pockets are a great option to have on hand when the temperatures drop. Easy to keep in a pocket, the packs provide up to 10 hours of heat at an extremely affordable price point.
Mr. Heater Golf Cart Heater ($110)
If ultra-cold-weather golf is a frequent occurrence for you, consider the Mr. Heater Golf Cart Heater ($110). It’s a portable heater that fits in a cup holder, a wind-resistant burner and safety features so you don’t have to worry about leaving it in the golf cart.
G-Tech Apparel Heated Pouch ($115)
This heated pouch from G-Tech has been seen all over the PGA Tour. The water-resistant pack can be strapped around the waist for quick hand warming between shots. It’s got a Lithium battery that can provide over 12 hours of heat, without adding too much weight.