Updated: May 29, 2015
Golf Shoe Reviews:If you walk golf courses, then you realize that having a comfortable pair of golf shoes is a must. I recently took a trip to Scotland to play all the famous courses over there and bought a new pair of golf shoes for the trip (yes I worked them in a bit before leaving). Almost all golf shoes are waterproof with soft spikes. Metal spikes are not even allowed at most golf courses because they chew up the greens too much. Fashion has become a staple behind the new designs for mens, womens and kids golf shoes so you will have a wide variety of colors and options to choose from. I have generally gone with FootJoy or Nike, but there are other brands like Ecco, Puma, Asics, and Callaway. Expect to spend at least $70 and upwards of $250 for the finest pairs.
What to look for when choosing golf shoes - Since many people will walk 100's of miles in their golf shoes, you want a pair that fits properly, so buying shoes in person is the best choice. We suggest going to your local golf shop to get properly fitted. Puma golf shoes have just hit the market and look and feel very different. With extreme color and designs, the Puma shoes for golf are popular. I have personally worn about a half dozen brands in my lifetime and still prefer the Footjoy and Adidas golf shoes. They really strive on making a comfortable shoe meant for people (specifically pros) who walk golf courses. Beware of some golf shoe discounters selling premium brands. I once bought a pair of nice golf shoes at a liquidation sale at a local golf outlet and later found out that the shoes were defective and there was no way to get my money back. After a few blisters I had to throw the shoes away and take my loss. Many late comers to the golf shoe marketplace have produced shoes that look good but are better off for those of you who ride carts since they are not as comfortable and wouldn't hold up to round after round of walking. Golf Shoe Reviews - Want to read up on the latest golf shoes, we think that websites like Golfgearreview.com, Thesandtrap.com, and Golfsmith.com provide the best source possible. You can get buying guides as written by the pros and read owner comments and opinions on the newest golf shoes. We also like Amazon.com - their golf shoe section is loaded with up to date feedback from actual consumers on which golf shoes are the most comfortable and hold up the best on the course. You can browse the best selling golf shoes online here.