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Is it ok to use my batting gloves for golf? - Baseball & Softball

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Some people don't use gloves at all. Look at Fred Couples.

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I used my baseball batting gloves for golf and had no problem. It helps me grip just the same as authentic golfing gloves do.

Posted on Feb 06, 2013

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