I've carefully read all the responses and found them to be helpful in
one way or another. I've drawn just a few conclusions from them, as
regards my own game.
First, as always, your mileage may vary. What works for one, given
their unique situation of perspiration rate, heat/humidity, and so on,
will not necessarily work the best for the next person.
Second, I was close to concluding cord grips were the answer, when up
pop's Rob's comments about cords absorbing moisture. I would hope that
would be less likely here in Wisconsin (it's HUMID down south where he
is), but I'll carefully consider whether they're a better choice than
Third, several people seem sold on the Winn grips. I need to get a
couple of them and try them out.
Fourth, I was surprised that there wasn't more on how to "tack up" the
hands. Someone, whose name escapes me right now, uses talc, which I'm
inclined to give a try to. I also understand the value of cleaning the
grips, which would, I think, be more inclined to accumulate dirt and
grease when going gloveless. Finally, I hadn't thought of using wrist
bands, which may also help.
Fifth, I have convinced myself that going gloveless most of the time--at
least, with irons and putter--is the way to go. I had the most
"slippage" when using the driver, and as Mick noted, that's the swing in
which sensitivity of the hands is least important.
So I'll use a glove on the tee, and try without the rest of the time.
Thanks for all the help and responses!
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