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My usual golf glove for wearing around the golf course in Florida is this mesh backed golf glove from Edwin Watts. The reason I wear it is not for the vanity of wanting my hand to tan while I golf, but because it is much cooler to have a mesh back and leather hand for a good grip. My husband is jealous of this glove and is sorry they don't stock them for men.
My favorite golf glove for rainy weather is this WeatherAll glove from FootJoy. I like the added elastic around the top of the hand since it makes gloved easier to wear. The WeatherAll gloves actually like being wet and will provide a firmer grip if wet. Most the time people don't like to golf in rainy weather because their hands slip on the shaft, even with gloves. I never have that problem any more since getting these gloves. They're warming than normal gloves, too. The dark color also tends to hide mud which is common in rainy conditions.
This Edwin Watts all leather golf glove is really a good choice when Florida is cooler, and looks neater than the wild print on the mesh glove. It has a good price, too. I save it for special events and January.
Whichever route you follow, always try on the glove before buying it. The size on the package does not mean that all gloves are built the same or feel right. Make sure you can make a fist, even though golf gloves stretch, they can also cut off your circulation. Buy the mesh backed golf gloves when you spot them, they aren't always stocked.