How to Measure Your Grip Size

Posted March 20 2012

There are several ways to determine your grip size.  One of the best ways is to visit your local Professional Club-fitter, who can make a recommendation based on your personal hand size, swing technique, and shot pattern.


To get a quick idea of your grip size, you can also use these simple hand measurements:

1st Measurement 2nd Measurement Grip Size Tape Wraps
5 3/4" to 6 1/2" 2" to 3" Ladies + 1
3" to 4" Ladies + 2
4" and above Ladies + 3
6 1/2" to 7" 2" to 3" Ladies + 2
3" to 4" Ladies + 4
4" and above Men's Standard + 1
7" to 7 3/4" 2" to 3" Men's Standard + 1
3" to 4" Men's Standard + 2
4" and above Men's Standard + 3
7 3/4" to 8 1/4" 2" to 3" Men's Standard + 2
3" to 4" Men's Standard + 3
4" and above Midsize + 1
8 1/4" to 8 3/4" 2" to 3" Men's Standard + 3
3" to 4" Men's Standard + 4
4" and above Midsize + 1
8 3/4" to 9 1/4" 2" to 3" Midsize + 1
3" to 4" Midsize + 2
4" and above Midsize + 4
9 1/4" and above 2" to 3" Midsize + 2
3" to 4" Midsize + 4
4" and above Jumbo + 1


1st Measurement: Using a tape measure, measure the distance between the Dominant Wrist Crease and the tip of the longest finger.

2nd Measurement: Next measure the length of the longest finger from the web to the tip.