Make no mistake, when you hit the golf course, you need to have a solid footing. There’s nothing worse than showing up to the first tee and realizing all you have are your sneakers. Morning dew, midday sprinklers, bad downpours, and winter golf, among other things, are all going to affect the ground beneath you, and even if you’re busy thinking about your lie, you’ll want to think about the contact your feet have with the turf almost as much. Sure, a lot of golf shoes look like sneakers these days, but there are key differences that will make or break your game. For the wetter days, you can get spiked golf shoes, which will look familiar if you’ve been golfing for a while, but you can also choose from a host of spikeless golf shoes, which look more like to sneakers but are grippy, heavily lug soles lacking the spiked cleats you’ll find on spiked shoes.

You’ve probably already dialed in your golf course style, from your hat to your pants, but don’t forget the shoes. Don’t show up with your old sneakers, buy these golf shoes instead.

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Best Overall Golf Shoes

Tour360 22

Not necessarily a classic shoe, but the Adidas Tour360 is on its 22nd model, proving it has toughness. It’s spiked, so you won’t want to carry it from home to the course, but it’ll be more than adept at getting you from tee to green.

Best Upgrade Golf Shoes


Newcomer G/FORE makes some of the best looking golf apparel we’ve seen, but they also make some awesome shoes. There are shoes with a classic look, but also these innovative sneaker-style kicks offer 360° waterproofing and a quick twist closure system.

Best Budget Golf Shoes

FJ fuel

Footjoy is one of golf’s iconic footwear manufacturers – its classic leather shoes have adorned professional golfers for decades. That doesn’t mean he didn’t keep up with the times. The brand still makes some of the best golf shoes in the game, like this shoe that easily blends old and new.

Air Zoom Victory Tour 2 Golf Shoes

This spike golf shoe from Nike combines the charm of old-school golf shoes with the performance and comfort you’d expect from the Oregon-based footwear giant, like its famous Air Zoom system.

The Air Max 90 is an absolute god in the sneaker world, and now you can wear it on the course thanks to Nike’s idea to build this version specifically for golf, thanks to water resistance and built-in traction.

Another great Footjoy shoe, the Premiere Series Field reminds us of an earlier time in the world of golf – they would look at home in Augusta at the 1980 Masters just as much as they would in 2022.

According to the PGA, the average golf course is 7,200 meters (over four miles), so it’s no surprise that the walking shoe experts at Ecco got in on the game. combine style and functionality while remaining dedicated to comfort. Your feet will never hurt you in some Eccos.

One of the best looking options of the bunch, the Adidas Flopshot Spikeless is also one of the most affordable. You can put them through their paces on the course, but also easily rock them at the bar after you finish your course.

Under Armour, probably best known for their contributions to football apparel, have also been quick to dabble in golf – they sponsor PGA pro Jordan Spieth and golf-obsessed Steph Curry – so you can wear them knowing that certain legends carry the same kicks.

When you think of Puma golf, it’s hard not to see Ricky Fowler and his monochromatic statements on the links. The Oklahoma State grad and PGA pro has been rocking Puma for a while now and we have to say his statement style actually works. Buy these and pair them with an all-white cut.

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