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Getting custom fit with JumboMax Grips is easy.

Match your golf glove size using the chart below to find your size, or print the hand chart below.

Most male golfers with medium-large to large glove size will find our Medium Grip to be a good fit. Men with a medium glove should try our Small grip. Most women will do well with our small or medium grip. Golfers with long fingers, big hands or trouble gripping would benefit from a Large or XL. JumboMax Grips are substantially larger than other golf grips on the market, but that's why they outperform standard grips.

The chart below provides our recommended grip size based on customer feedback and range testing. If you are unsure, order a trial kit or contact us. Uninstalled grips can always be exchanged for another size.

Men's Golf Glove Size
JumboMax Grip Size
Grip Diameter Grip Weight
Small or Medium Glove
JumboMax SMALL
+1/4"
95g
Medium/Large Glove
JumboMax MEDIUM
+5/16" 105g
Large Glove
JumboMax MEDIUM

+5/16"

105g
X-Large Glove
JumboMax LARGE
(same as Dominant Golf MED-LG)
+11/32" 113g
XX-Large Glove

JumboMax LARGE
(same as Dominant Golf MED-LG)

+11/32" 113g
XXX-Large Glove
JumboMax X-LARGE
+3/8" 120g
       
Women’s Golf Glove
JumboMax Grip Size
Grip Diameter
Grip Weight
Small or Medium Glove
SMALL
+1/4"
95g
Large or XL Glove
MEDIUM
+5/16"
105g
XX-Large Glove
LARGE
+11/32"
113g


Download and print the JumboMax Grip size hand chart.
imageOur easy-to-use sizing chart will assist you in determining your correct grip size. If you are in-between sizes, choose the smaller one, unless you have arthritis or other joint mobility issues.

Be sure to print at 100% (same size). In your print dialog box, choose "letter size" paper and make sure "shrink to fit" is not checked. Background squares need to be 1 inch square.

If you are still usure about your size, contact us or call 1-800-573-4747, or order a trial kit so you can feel the different sizes.


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What About Swing Weight?
A little bit about Swing Weight - Switching from a regular grip to a larger than jumbo grip will lower the club's swing-weight. But not as much as indicated by a swing weight scale with a 14-inch pivot point.

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Here's an example of what can go wrong due to the use of an industry-standard 14-inch pivot point swing-weight scale. Say you've got this driver that you really like. The swing weight is just perfect for you. You want to replace the regular grip with a jumbo. So the fitter first measures the swing weight of the club to be D4. The larger than standard jumbo grip is installed and the club now measures at a D1 swing weight. To restore the D4 swing weight, the fitter applies lead tape to the bottom of the driver head. You go out to the range and find that the club just doesn't swing right. The club feels "too slow". What happened?

Switching the grip from a regular to a jumbo appeared to lower the swing weight of the club by three units, according to the swing-weight scale. But that reading is false due to the fact that the change in mass occurred within the 14-inch pivot point. I.e., the scale saw the entire weight of the grip to lie on the butt end of the pivot point. But that's not where your hands actually rotate. On the driving range, only about half of the mass of the larger than jumbo golf grips resides above your pivot point and almost as much of the grip's mass actually rests below your pivot point, almost fully cancelling out! In other words, switching from a regular grip to a jumbo grip doesn't really change the "feel" of a club during a swing. yet, the swing weight scale suggests that the change does have an effect.

Fortunately, there is no permanent damage. Most or all of the lead tape is removed and the club's "feel" is restored to normal even though the swing weight is now D1 and not D4!

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