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    Cure for sweaty hands

    Saw a you tube video on a fix for sweaty hands that can play havoc with your game..rain gloves on both hands is recommended or just your top hand..

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    I play without a glove. Rock climbers chalk or even just some dirt from the cart path can help if you don't want to be wearing two gloves when it's broiling hot.

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    I use a cream call gamer grip. You can buy it Amazon. Works great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chieflongtee View Post
    But using these creams or rosin bag or dirt could damage the grips I would think.. the rain glove is what I will try this week since the humidity is still here

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    Never had issues with the gamer grip with damaging the grips. It just keep you from not sweating as much. I put some 2 a round at most and just a few drops each time.

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    The dirt and chalk just take care of excess moisture, you wipe on a towel before gripping. Grips might look a touch grimy but nothing a quick wipe with a damp cloth after the round didn't fix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sudden_Death View Post
    The dirt and chalk just take care of excess moisture, you wipe on a towel before gripping. Grips might look a touch grimy but nothing a quick wipe with a damp cloth after the round didn't fix.
    Thanks for your tips guys 👍

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    Quote Originally Posted by justdoit View Post
    Thanks for your tips guys 👍
    No problem. Hope you find one that works. I ordered some of that lotion stuff after reading this thread.

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    With covid 19 and the need to use hand sanitizer, I’ve discovered that other than protect me, it also dries out my hands and helps reduce sweat.

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    I just make sure part of my towel is wet and I wipe my hands clean and then dry them right before my shot. I don't wear gloves. Plus you may want to consider the type of grip you're using on your clubs if you don't wear gloves normally.

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    Wore rain glove on top hand for 2 games this week in sweltering conditions and it certainly made all the difference

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