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I've been using a micro-fiber "car washing glove" which is a pretty odd looking thing but very effective. Only a few bucks. One is enough for a round in the wettest snow or rain. During winter, I just slip one over my regular glove for warmth, or just wear the towel since it's reasonably warm. I've been thinking of slicing a couple of these things open to make some liners inside my bag, a place I can slide a disc into, rotate it a few times, and remove a dry disc.
For those who have towels to wash, DON'T USE FABRIC SOFTENER OR DRYER SHEETS (this applies to other towels as well...). The chemicals in these products make towels less absorbent. Softer maybe, but less absorbent.
I have one of each, a terry cloth ball golf towel, and a micro fiber, I am wanting to get a shammy type one, talked to some guys this weekend at the tourney and they said they love em!