The Complete Golf Shoe Buyer's Guide 

With more and more companies producing more and more varieties of golf shoes, it has become increasingly difficult to choose which ones to buy. Not too long ago, most of them were almost the same, both in terms of looks and performance. These days, you can choose from classic style shoes to sneakers to street shoes and many more. At Golf Shoes Info, we’ve created a golf shoe buyer's guide, making it just a bit easier to choose which ones to buy. Through our reviews, comparisons, and top 10 lists, we hope your decision process will be that much easier. By breaking golf shoes down into categories and then reviewing and comparing them, it should help answer the all important questions of: Which golf shoes should I buy? And: What are the best golf shoes?

 

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Which Style Golf Shoe Should I Get?

There are basically 4 types of golf shoes on the market:

 

Casual/retro/street - These "street" style shoes look stylish and are often comfortable as well. You'll find that your feet have more room in these shoes than other styles. They are spikeless golf shoes, which means they don't have the classic style soft spikes, but have traction lugs/nubs instead. While some insist their performance isn't up to par with other styles of shoes, the fact that a number of PGA Tour players opt for them is a strong indication that they perform as required. These shoes are great because you can wear them to work and then straight onto the golf course. 

Strengths: Stylish. Can wear on and off the golf course. Comfortable

Weaknesses: May lack stability and support. Not the best for walking

Recommended for: The casual golfer who wants a stylish shoe they can wear everywhere. You don't mind riding in a cart, but still require comfort and performance.

Classic - These are the original style golf shoes. When most people think of golf shoes, these are what come to mind. Most of them have leather uppers with spiked traction, though there are a few spikeless ones on the market as well. Although they may look classic, the interiors boast the latest cushion and supportive technology. They look great with long pants and add a classy look to any outfit. You can usually expect to pay a bit more for classic golf shoes.

Strenghts: Classy and stylish. Good support and traction. Highly waterproof

Weaknesses: Usually higher in price. Heavier than other styles

Recommended for: Golfers who don't mind paying more for a classic look while maintaining support and traction. You don't mind paying the extra price.  Perhaps better for cart golf, but you'll have no problem walking with them also.

Performance - These golf shoes look sportier than classic designs, while maintaining that unique "golf shoe" look. They focus on performance, which means they consistently rank high in stability, support and traction. You'll find a more snug fit with these shoes, but by no means a sacrifice in comfort. They look great with all types of attire, and are capable of tackling the toughest terrains. Traction is usually spiked, though there are plenty of spikeless as well. Prices for these shoes vary greatly.

Strengths: Sleek design. Good support and traction. Most quite waterproof. Lightweight. Great all around shoe

Weaknesses: Not many! 

Recommended for: Those in need of an all around golf shoe that can tackle all types of terrain. You enjoy walking the course, but still require a high level of support and stability.

PUMA PROADAPT Delta Performance Golf Shoe

Trainer/Sport - These golf shoes are more reminiscent of athletic trainers than golf shoes. They're designed for comfort, but still maintain solid traction, which is pretty much evenly divided between spiked and spikeless. These shoes are also a snug fit, but breathe the best of any shoe. They look best with shorts, and can be found at bargain prices. They usually aren't as stable and supportive as classic and performance shoes, but are lightweight golf shoes and great for hot days.

Strengths: Very breathable. Comfortable. Flexible. Good for walking. Lightweight

Weaknesses: Usually not as waterproof as other styles. May lack stability and support. May not look good with long pants

Recommended for: Golfers who enjoy walking the course. You enjoy playing on hot days, and require a breathable shoe. You care more about comfort than anything else.

Which Golf Shoe Brands Are The Best?

This question is like choosing your favorite child. It's literally impossible to answer. Nobody has the same feet as you. Nobody has the same swing or gait as you. And nobody has the same aethetic tastes as you. It is therefore not only impossible, but unfair to label any one brand the best. Luckily, the golf shoe market is saturated with hundreds of different models to choose from. Our aim is to help you sift through these until you have your perfect match.

What Golf Shoes Are The Pros Wearing?

KH Lee was the latest winner on the PGA Tour with victory at the AT&T Byron Nelson, which was held at TPC Craig Ranch in McKinney, Texas. KH joined a very select, elite group of those who have defended this championship, which he did wearing the FootJoy Premiere Series - Packard. The Premiere Series models are without a doubt one of the most popular shoes on Tour. Ladies and gentlemen, here are KH Lee's golf shoes:

FootJoy Premiere Series Packard KH Lee Golf Shoes

New Releases and Special Editions

If we didn't have the original Air Zoom Infinity Tour to compare to the Air Zoom Infinity Tour NEXT%, we would perhaps have a slightly different view of the latter. Don't get us wrong, we are definitely fans of the Air Zoom Infinity Tour NEXT%, but we just feel like it didn't quite improve on the original Air Zoom Infinity Tour. Having said this, there are definitely aspects of the newer model that have improved, but overall we'd almost prefer the original. The biggest improvement made to the NEXT% is comfort. While the original was comfortable, this one feels a bit roomier and provides some of the best rebound cushioning we've ever experienced. In fact, we'd say this is one of the most comfortable golf shoes period. The aspects of the NEXT% that we were slightly disappointed by were waterproofing and support. While the original Air Zoom Infinity Tour came with a 2 year waterproof warranty, the NEXT% has only a 1 year waterproof warranty. Although the support in the NEXT% is quite solid, we were hoping for just a bit more. If you're in the market for a stylish golf shoe that offers fantastic comfort, we definitely recommend the Nike Air Zoom Infinity Tour NEXT%.

Nike Air Zoom Infinity Tour NEXT% Golf Shoe

FootJoy Tour Alpha is FJ's ultimate performance golf shoe. The goal of this shoe is to provide as much stability, support and traction as possible. In case you're wondering, this goal was achieved. The traction system is second to none, with some of the most incredible grip you're going to find on a golf course. Careful research went in to creating premium grip in the most necessary areas, while at the same time providing incredible lateral support. The heel area of the Tour Alpha offers amazing support and stability as well. Its OPS system isn't just for marketing purposes; it actually works in reducing unwanted movement during the swing. With quality leather in the upper from Pittards of England, you get amazing durability along with classy looks. And of course ultimate waterproofing. High-quality leather is also a touch more breathable than microfiber, so this shoe does pretty well year-round. We recommend the FJ Tour Alpha for the high-power golfer who demands the ultimate in traction and support.

FootJoy Tour Alpha Golf Shoe

We're excited to see another addition to the Biion lineup! This Biion Trainer Golf Shoe is exactly as its name implies; a trainer-style golf shoe. The standout feature of The Trainer, as with all Biion shoes, is that its upper is made of ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA). This is the smooth, lightweight, stretchy, rubber-like material. It's a very innovative concept, and one that definitely works for a certain demographic. Those in search of casual versatility will love what this hybrid golf shoe has to offer. However, those who demand a high level of support and overall golf-specific performance will be left wanting more. What's great about EVA uppers is that although they're not waterproof, they are great for water. In fact, they are basically meant to get wet. Perhaps this works well for those who find themselves chasing water balls! All jokes aside, the Biion Trainer Golf Shoe is super comfortable and versatile. Just don't expect much in terms of golf-specific performance.

Biion The Trainer Golf Shoe

The UA HOVR Drive 2 is another solid performance golf shoe from Under Armour. This has been their specialty for quite some time now, as they continually produce high-level performance shoes. Our favorite aspects of the HOVR Drive 2 are without a doubt its HOVR cushioning and its traction system. HOVR cushioning blends the perfect balance of soft cushioned comfort with rebound (energy return), which makes walking the course a joy. The Rotational Resistance traction system is one of our favorites out there, which grips amazingly well on any surface you'll encounter on the course. With solid waterproofing and decent breathability, we can safely recommend this UA golf shoe for year-round play. While the support offered in the HOVR Drive 2 is good, we feel it's not quite as good as some other HOVR models. We recommend the Under Armour HOVR Drive 2 for the mid to advanced golfer who demands nothing but the best traction and comfort.

Under Armour HOVR Drive 2 Golf Shoe

As expected, the PUMA IGNITE Fasten8 Pro Golf Shoe performs and feels almost exactly the same as the original IGNITE Fasten8. However, we feel there is a small difference in breathability, with the original Fasten8 slightly more breathable due to its part mesh upper.  The all microfiber upper of the Fasten8 PRO certainly looks cool, and in the long run could perhaps add to the shoe's durability. The IGNITE FASTEN8 PRO is very, very comfortable. As always, we love the IGNITE foam. It feels like walking on clouds and is so responsive. Then there's the support. the PWRCage technology and the fastening system combine to keep your feet perfectly stable. The spikeless traction system is versatile, which means it's excellent for walking yet still provides the grip you need during the swing. Because of its waterproofing and decent breathability, the IGNITE FASTEN8 PRO is able to be worn in just about all conditions, year-round. Simply put, this PUMA golf shoe is one of the best golf shoes out there, and we recommend it to everyone because of its high performance, comfort and affordability.

PUMA IGNITE Fasten8 PRO Golf Shoe

The PUMA PROADAPT ALPHACAT Disc is exactly the same as the original PROADAPT ALPHACAT, save for the disc closure system. At the same price, we definitely prefer the disc version as it offers that extra bit of ease in finding the perfect amount of tension in the upper. The PUMA PROADAPT ALPHACAT Disc is a reliable, year-round golf shoe. As far as PUMA golf shoes are concerned, it doesn't perform on-par with our favorites, but it certainly is durable and sturdy. The one real standout feature we love about the PROADAPT ALPHACAT Disc is the traction system. It feels amazing for walking and yet grips incredibly well on the golf course, and on any surface for that matter. The traction lugs/ridges are strategically placed to keep you grounded during the swing. As we already said, the PROADAPT ALPHACAT Disc is both breathable and waterproof, which makes it ideal for those who don't want to keep changes shoes for different weather conditions. While the traction is fantastic, the support isn't quite as good. It does the job, but those with more foot action/speed may require a bit more lateral and medial support.

PUMA PROADAPT ALPHACAT Disc Golf Shoe

COLE HAAN's ZEROGRAND Overtake is a really solid sport golf shoe. It boasts all the features a good sport golf shoe should have, including comfort, breathability and versatility. The ZEROGRAND Overtake is perhaps the most comfortable golf shoe COLE HAAN offers, with its mesh bootie combining with a high-cushion, high-rebound midsole and a comfortable footbed. As expected, the mesh bootie allows for plenty of air-flow, and also offers water-resistance, which is enough to keep your feet dry in dewy conditions. The spikeless traction system works great on and off the course, which we were pleasantly surprised by. These systems work well for walking but sometimes lack the essential grip on the course. However, we did not face this problem with the ZEROGRAND Overtake. While it lacks a bit of support, the overall performance of the ZEROGRAND Overtake is quite solid.

COLE HAAN ZEROGRAND Overtake Golf Shoe

Just when we thought things couldn't get better than the BIOM H4, they did! Well, to say the ECCO BIOM C4 is better than the H4 is purely subjective, considering how amazing they both are. However, in our humble opinion, the BIOM C4 barely nudges the BIOM H4 into second place. Without a doubt, the highlight of the BIOM C4 is its combination of breathability and waterproofing. It's not easy at all finding golf shoes with this combo, so we really appreciate when this feat is pulled off. ECCO has managed this with a couple different technologies. First of all, the GORE-TEX and high quality leather upper not only provide excellent waterproofing, but also add to the breathability. Then there's the EXHAUST GRID, which is not at all gimmicky, that noticeably increases airflow and breathability. The last thing we'll rave about is the traction system, which is one of the best spikeless systems out there. It is extremely comfortable when walking, while at the same time gripping amazingly well on the golf course. Though the price tag is a bit high, you get what you pay for, which is why we confidently recommend the BIOM C4 for those willing to pay for high quality performance.

ECCO GOLF BIOM C4 Golf Shoe

True to adidas form, the Rebelcross Spikeless Golf Shoe blends style and performance beautifully. It may not stand out among the top in terms of performance, but it definitely holds its own. And while it may not be in our top 10 most stylish golf shoes, we absolutely appreciate the originality of the upper design and the company's efforts to reduce their impact on the environment. The traction system is really cool on this shoe because not only does it grip effectively on the course, but it also does pretty well off the course. As with just about every adidas golf shoe featuring BOOST midsole technology, the Rebelcross is extremely comfortable. It's a perfect blend of cushioning and energy return, which actually saves energy if you prefer walking to carts. Given its decent breathability and waterproofing, the Rebelcross does quite well year-round. Its support is solid, but again, doesn't stand out among the best.

adidas Rebelcross Golf Shoe

The ASICS GEL-PRESHOT BOA is a solid, work-horse type of golf shoe. It doesn't necessarily feature anything that really excites us, but is does the job in all areas. Our favorite aspect of the GEL-PRESHOT BOA is the traction system. The seven cleats and surrounding permanent traction ridges keep you planted to the ground in any type of lie. We've always been a fan of BOA closure systems, and this one is no different. It just makes adjusting the fit so much easier than having to re-tie shoes. While the GEL-PRESHOT BOA does fine in most conditions, it may overheat in really hot weather. The GEL midsole makes this ASICS golf shoe pretty good for walking the course. If you're looking for a solid, all-around golf shoe that will last a long time and keep you comfortable while doing it, we don't hesitate to recommend the GEL-PRESHOT BOA.

ASICS GEL-PRESHOT BOA Golf Shoe

The Johnston & Murphy XC4 H1-Luxe Hybrid is such a cool hybrid golf shoe. It's literally a combination of all different types/styles. This is why we had trouble designating a specific category for it, but settled on "performance". Let's just start by saying this is one of the best golf shoes out there. First of all, it looks really cool and classy. As we already mentioned, its hybrid style allows it to be worn on and off the course, and the traction system feels great for walking on all surfaces. What's very impressive is that this same traction system transitions beautifully to the course, gripping in all the right places during the swing. The midsole and removable footbed deliver amazing cushioning, while offering pretty darn good support as well. It's not easy choosing our favorite thing about the the XC4 H1-Luxe Hybrid, but right up there is its amazing combination of breathability and waterproofing. Innovative technology by KulKote has made this golf shoe perfect for year-round play in all types of weather. We recommend the Johnston and Murphy XC4 H1-Luxe Hybrid for the classy golfer in need of versatile performance and comfort.

Johnston & Murphy XC4 H1-Luxe Hybrid Golf Shoe

The adidas Tour360 22 is the newest generation of the popular Tour360 line. Keeping close to tradition, it offers some of the best performance you're going to find in a golf shoe. What we consider "performance" is mostly support in the upper and traction. The 360WRAP technology combined with an outsole that grips in all the right places make the Tour360 22 more than adequate for even the highest swing speeds. The newly designed outsole offers the most stability we've seen in an outsole, both in terms of grip and stability. Medial and lateral support in the upper is also phenomenal. Bottom line is that you'll never have to worry about instability on the course with the Tour360 22. As great as this shoe is, we were a bit disappointed that it only comes with a 1 year waterproof warranty instead of a 2 year, as the previous models had. That being said, we love the effort to produce the shoe from recycled content. At over $200, we just couldn't quite give the Tour360 22 a really high "value" rating, as we feel this price tag is a bit too much. Nonetheless, this is one of the absolute premium high performance golf shoes, and if you're an advanced golfer with a high swing speed, the adidas Tour360 22 is a fantastic option.

adidas Tour360 22 Golf Shoe

The TRUE linkswear LUX Sport is among our favorite TRUE golf shoes. We're always suckers for versatility and year-round wearability, and the LUX Sport delivers on all fronts. While at first glance the price may seem a bit high, once you realize what the shoe offers, this price becomes very reasonable. The innovative, quality materials create an upper that seemingly molds to the foot while still allowing for a roomy/airy feeling. It goes without saying that the LUX Sport feels fantastic for walking the course, or anywhere really. The traction system is sufficient for most weather conditions and allows for the LUX Sport to be worn comfortably on just about every type of surface. As with most knit-style golf shoes, the LUX Sport isn't the most supportive in the upper in terms of lateral and medial support, but it isn't lacking either. We recommend the TRUE LUX Sport for the trendy golfer who values comfort and versatility.

TRUE linkswear LUX Sport Golf Shoe

The FootJoy Fuel, in our opinion, is a perfect golf shoe for beginner to intermediate players. While it is certainly suitable for golfers of all abilities and swing speeds, we think it fits the aforementioned demographic the best. We say this because it's a really solid, all-around golf shoe that doesn't feature anything outstanding, yet doesn't lack at all in any category. The FJ Fuel can also be worn year-round, which is great for those who don't want to buy shoes for varying weather conditions. The outsole feels great when walking and grips really well too, with new Stability Bridge adding that extra bit of lateral stability. Perhaps our favorite aspect of this shoe is it's durability, which will without a doubt attract those who want a pair of golf shoes to last at least a couple seasons. If you're in need of a durable, all-around solid golf shoe that won't break the bank, the FJ Fuel is a great option.

FootJoy Fuel Golf Shoe

The GOLF TRAY is another cool casual style golf shoe from ECCO. Its focus appears to be more on style, comfort and versatility rather than performance. A lot of ECCO golf shoes come with FLUIDFORM technology, which feels great, especially when walking. The high-quality leather upper has that softer feeling and just looks better than most synthetic leathers. While the ECCO GOLF TRAY doesn't necessarily perform on-par with more performance oriented golf shoes, it does hold its own on the course. This new spin on their traditional E-DTS traction system feels about the same as the original, which is good, while increasing durability. As is expected with most casual golf shoes, the overall support of the shoe isn't stellar, but it does the job. If you're looking for a comfortable, stylish golf shoe that can be worn just about anywhere on and off the course, definitely consider the GOLF TRAY.

ECCO GOLF TRAY

It's great to see Stuburt entering the extreme golf weather world with the Evolve Sport II Spiked Golf Boot. When it comes to fully-fledged winter golf shoes/boots, there are very, very few options, so it's cool to see this one. It goes without saying that this Stuburt golf boot fills a specific niche, and those who live in hot climates or don't play in the winter months don't have to read any further. However, if you can't kick the desire to play even in the wettest, coldest months, the Evolve Sport II Spiked Golf Boot is a fantastic option. As we'd expect, it grips really well in wet conditions with its solid spiked outsole, and offers pretty decent support. One of the aspects we love the most about this men's winter golf boot is its affordability. At well under $100, it's definitely worth considering buying just for cold, wet days.

Stuburt Evolve Sport II Golf Boot

The Skechers GO GOLF Arch Fit - Line Up is a fantastic option for those in need of extra arch support. We love how Skechers identified this need and created a whole shoe based on it. The overall comfort of the shoe is really good, which makes it a great option for walking the course. The mesh upper keeps the Skechers Arch Fit plenty breathable, yet provides enough water-resistance to get through pretty wet conditions. While the arch support of the GO GOLF Arch Fit is fantastic, the other areas of the shoe offer adequate but not stand-out support. The spikeless traction does its job, and allows for versatility. As per usual when it comes to Skechers golf shoes, the Arch Fit Line Up is very affordable. It kind of goes without saying that we recommend this Skechers golf shoe for those in need of comfort and arch support, and who don't want to break the bank.

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As expected, the PUMA IGNITE Fasten8 DISC is exactly the same as the original Fasten8, except for the closure system, which is dial/disc//boa. It saves the hassle of dealing with laces and also allows for a slightly more precision/custom fit. We always have high expectations for IGNITE golf shoes, and this one certainly meets and exceeds them. As expected, it performs and feels very similar to other IGNITE golf shoes. The IGNITE FASTEN8 DISC is very, very comfortable. As always, we love the IGNITE foam. It feels like walking on clouds and is so responsive. Then there's the support. the PWRCage technology and the fastening system combine to keep your feet perfectly stable. The spikeless traction system is versatile, which means it's excellent for walking yet still provides the grip you need during the swing. Because of its mesh/microfiber upper and waterproofing, the IGNITE FASTEN8 DISC is able to be worn in just about all conditions, year-round. Simply put, this PUMA golf shoe is one of the best golf shoes out there, and we recommend it to everyone because of its high performance, comfort and affordability.

PUMA IGNITE Fasten8 DISC Golf Shoe

Versatility is the name of the game with the G/FORE MG4X2 Golf Cross Trainer. You can literally spend all day in this shoe, whether it be on the course, at the park or doing errands. Going hand in hand with this versatility is its comfort. The EVA midsole and removable insole feel great when walking and swinging. While it is sufficiently water-resistant, we wouldn't necessarily say it's waterproof. This means it will hold up in semi-wet conditions, but not so much in rain. The stitch upper feels nice and somewhat airy, meaning it won't overheat in hot conditions. While the MG4X2 can definitely be worn year-round, it is perhaps best suited for warmer conditions. Our main criticism is that we'd like to see more lateral support during the swing, particularly when on uneven lies. We recommend the G/FORE MG4X2 for the fashion-conscious in need of versatility who don't want to bother lugging around golf shoes.

New Balance Striker v2 Golf Shoe

We love how the FootJoy HyperFlex is both breathable and waterproof. This is without a doubt our favorite feature of this FootJoy mesh golf shoe. This year-round wearabiility definitely appeals to a huge market who don't want to bother with buying different types of golf shoes for various seasonal conditions. On top of this versatility comes comfort. The mesh upper and amazing cushioning systems blend perfectly, which makes walking the course a joy (depending on your score!?) While the traction system is top-notch and ensures almost zero slippage, the overall support of the shoe during the swing is lacking a bit. The mesh upper isn't really reinforced with any supporting technology that would really boost our overall score of the shoe. Nonetheless, the HyperFlex is a solid, year-round, mid-level FootJoy golf shoe that appeals to a large demographic.

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We're really happy that FootJoy has continued the Pro/SL line for as long as they have. Each successive model just gets better and better. Especially the Pro/SL Carbon models, as they add that extra bit of rebound/energy return and stability. This newest FootJoy Pro/SL Carbon model is one of the most comfortable golf shoes out there. The newest foam/cushioning technologies combine to create a perfect balance of soft cushioning, rebound and stability. We love how FJ has kept the high standard of waterproofing in the newest Pro/SL Carbon model. You can wear this shoe in harsh conditions without a problem. It also holds up ok in hot conditions, which makes it pretty ideal for year-round play. The spikeless traction system in this newest Pro/SL Carbon model is pretty much the same as the previous model, which grips extremely well on the course, yet feels excellent when walking as well. We've always been a huge fan of the power harness in Pro/SLs, which adds that extra bit of lateral and medial stability. We recommend the FJ Pro/SL Carbon for the advanced golfer who can appreciate all the performance and comfort on offer.

FootJoy Pro SL Carbon Golf Shoe

The main draw of the ECCO Biom Hybrid Laced Golf Shoe is without a doubt its versatility. It appeals to a huge demographic of golfers who don't want to have to change shoes before and after rounds. In fact, this shoe is so versatile that it can be worn in just about any environment in any situation. Along with this versatility comes a high level of comfort, The supple leather upper and FlUIDFORM midsole, along with the inlay sole and natural motion technology combine to create one of the most comfortable golf shoes ECCO offers. Another aspect of the Biom Hybrid Laced that we love is the traction system. Its versatility hasn't really taken away from its on-course performance. Yes, it feels great walking on all surfaces, but it also grips really well on grass and dirt during the swing. We recommend the ECCO Biom Hybrid Laced for those who need simple, elegant versatility that still performs on the course.

ECCO Biom Hybrid Laced Golf Shoe

The PUMA PROADAPT ALPHACAT is a reliable, year-round golf shoe. As far as PUMA golf shoes are concerned, it doesn't perform on-par with our favorites, but it certainly is durable and sturdy. The one real standout feature we love about the PROADAPT ALPHACAT is the traction system. It feels amazing for walking and yet grips incredibly well on the golf course, and on any surface for that matter. The traction lugs/ridges are strategically placed to keep you grounded during the swing. As we already said, the PROADAPT ALPHACAT is both breathable and waterproof, which makes it ideal for those who don't want to keep changes shoes for different weather conditions. While the traction is fantastic, the support isn't quite as good. It does the job, but those with more foot action/speed may require a bit more lateral and medial support.

PUMA PROADAPT ALPHACAT Golf Shoe

The Tomo Alpha sticks close to the Tomo golf shoe formula, which is great. Style and comfort have been at the forefront of Tomo golf shoes since the beginning, and the Alpha carries on this tradition. The knit upper is both breathable and waterproof at the same time, which is quite a rare combination. The only downside to a knit upper is a bit less lateral support than leather and microfiber shoes. We absolutely love the spikeless traction system on the Alpha. Not only is it flexible and versatile, but it grips amazingly well during the swing. It's very hard to find a versatile golf shoe that grips as well as the Alpha. We find it easy to recommend this golf shoe for just about every type of weather condition except for really cold and rainy. If you're in need of versatile comfort that also performs quite well on the course, definitely consider the Tomo Alpha.

Tomo Alpha Golf Shoe

For those who can't bear to hibernate the sticks in the depths of winter, the adidas S2G Recycled Polyester Mid-Cut Golf Shoe is the perfect option. It was specially designed to stay warm and waterproof in even the harshest conditions. It goes without saying that not everyone will find this golf boot useful, but less fortunate golfers who deal with cold rain and mud most definitely will. What we really love about this boot is that it still feels pretty good when walking, and the traction system is somewhat versatile. While it is spiked, there are only 4 cleats, which combine with v-shaped permanent traction lugs to create solid grip but also comfortable walking. As is expected of mid-cut golf shoes/boots, the S2G Mid-Cut is supportive and provides the stability you need in harsh conditions. While it's certainly not for everyone, this adidas winter golf boot fills a niche and does a great job for what is was designed for.

adidas S2G Recycled Polyester Mid-Cut Golf Shoe

We love how Under Armour provides a wide variety of golf shoes, and this time they've focused on comfort. We love their HOVR technology, which is definitely the highlight of the the UA Forge RC. It just feels great for walking, seemingly injecting energy into each step. The spikeless Rotational Resistance traction is lightweight and absolutely fantastic for walking. And as good as it is for walking, the outsole also grips really well on the course and during the swing. Do keep in mind that the Forge RC isn't fully waterproof, so we recommend it for dry, warmer conditions. We wish there was a bit more support during the swing, but overall the shoe does feel pretty darn good for all-around wear and play. We recommend the Under Armour Forge RC for those who do a lot of walking in warm/hot conditions and place an emphasis on comfort.

Under Armour HOVR Forge RC Golf Shoe

The Royal Albartross The Croco is all about style. Casual/sneaker style golf shoes are definitely in, and with a plethora to choose from, it's hard to stick out from the pack. This one does. Looking at style alone, The Croco is unique in its faux crocodile leather upper. This certainly isn't for everyone, but for the fashion-conscious who like to turn heads, The Croco is ideal. While it doesn't offer much in the way of golf-specific performance, it does offer high-quality. For this price we would expect no less, but it's worth noting that the leather upper and overall make of the shoe will last a long time. While it's water-resistant, The Croco won't do well in rain, so we recommend it for dry conditions. The traction system, like the rest of the shoe, is versatile. It's really comfortable when walking on all types of surfaces, and grips decently on the course as well. Like we said, it's not for everyone, but definitely appeals to a large demographic.

Royal Albartross The Croco Golf Shoe

The Jordan ADG series golf shoe has been the most accessible over the years, and the trend continues. This newest version, the Jordan ADG 3, is of course awesome. We're huge fans of just about every Jordan golf shoe, and this one is no exception. The biggest reason for our infatuation is style. It embodies the essence of Jordan shoes. However, style isn't the only reason we love this shoe. Next on our list is comfort. It boasts the popular Air Zoom Unit, which feels amazing when walking. The Jordan ADG 3 is breathable enough and waterproof enough to be worn year-round, though we wouldn't recommend it for really hot conditions. Its spikeless traction system grips well and also feels good when walking, and the shoe offers good support during the swing, particularly in the heel area. We recommend the Nike Jordan ADG 3 for the stylish, Jordan enthusiast looking for something a bit different that definitely gets the job done on the course.

Nike Jordan ADG 3 Golf Shoe

Versatility is the name of the game with the G/FORE MG4X2 Golf Cross Trainer. You can literally spend all day in this shoe, whether it be on the course, at the park or doing errands. Going hand in hand with this versatility is its comfort. The EVA midsole and removable insole feel great when walking and swinging. While it is sufficiently water-resistant, we wouldn't necessarily say it's waterproof. This means it will hold up in semi-wet conditions, but not so much in rain. The stitch upper feels nice and somewhat airy, meaning it won't overheat in hot conditions. While the MG4X2 can definitely be worn year-round, it is perhaps best suited for warmer conditions. Our main criticism is that we'd like to see more lateral support during the swing, particularly when on uneven lies. We recommend the G/FORE MG4X2 for the fashion-conscious in need of versatility who don't want to bother lugging around golf shoes.

G/FORE MG4X2 Golf Cross Trainer

The ECCO BIOM H4 BOA is our new favorite ECCO golf shoe! We've always been a fan of the BIOM Hybrid series, and this is by far the best one yet. In the past, we felt they lacked just a bit of support and overall performance. However, this time around, they hit the nail on the head. The BIOM Hybrid 4 BOA, in our humble opinion, is one of the most comfortable golf shoes out there. The FLUIDFORM system in the PU midsole feels awesome, and there's no doubt this golf shoe is perfect for walking the course, particularly on wet days, as the Gore-Tex upper ensures a totally dry foot. The traction system is largely the same as the BIOM Hybrid 3, consisting of three different zones, with each one serving a specific purpose. This BOA version of the H4 adds just a but more of a custom fit, which costs an additional $30. While the BIOM H4 BOA is certainly not cheap, it is made of high quality leather and will definitely last a long time. In our eyes, the biggest improvement in this model is the support. While perhaps not enhancing the look of the shoe, the TPU inserts on the sides of the shoe really do add lateral stability. We recommend the ECCO BIOM Hybrid 4 BOA for the low handicap golfer who demands the highest in performance and durability.

ECCO BIOM H4 BOA Golf Shoe

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