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How to Measure Your Grip Size

Carol Yeh |

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.