Playing Golf in the Rain

Golf on a sunny day is hard, but golf on a rainy day is even harder; if you’ve played on a wet day you know the pain.

No matter how many umbrellas or towels you have with you, it does not get any easier. Grips slip and shoes get ruined.

FootJoy RainGrip Pair

A regular glove is not going to do in the rain, which is why FootJoy designed the FJ RainGrip. During a wet round you want to have gloves on both hands which is why the FJ RainGrip is sold in pairs. The ‘autosuede’ is what repels water drops off the palm. The gloves feature a convenient place to store a ball marker and tee, so that your wet hands do not have to reach into your pockets.

The worst feeling is having water in the soles of your shoes. Adidas has a waterproof shoe that will keep any liquid away from your feet. The Adidas Climaheat BOA features BOA technology on a high top shoe.


Adidas Climaheat BOA Shoes


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