The right tool is important for any job, especially when it comes to your golf swing. Your shoes will make arguably as big of an impact on your golf game as the clubs you pull out of your bag. Why settle for anything less than the best? What does my perfect pair of golf shoes look like? A mix of comfort and style, along with good traction and durability. Shop GolfHQ for hundreds of styles and sizes of men’s golf shoes in all the colors, at the lowest prices online.
Not every swing is the same, so there isn’t going to be one shoe that fits all. It’s important to know your options before making a shoe selection. First question: Spiked or spikeless? Well a lot of that is going to come down to you, the one who’s wearing the shoes. Do you have a faster, more aggressive golf swing? Spiked shoes will probably be a better option for you. Featuring molded or removable spikes on the bottom, you will seldom have to worry about your footing, regardless of the weather conditions. Moreover, those spikes can be removed and replaced to offer optimal traction year after year. More of a Freddy Couples smooth stroke kind of guy? Well then we’d like to introduce you to the spikeless golf shoe. Spikeless golf shoes feature a molded rubber bottom, with small cleats that do not impair your ability to walk from the house, to the car and right onto the course. Spikeless styles generally have a more casual or athletic feel to them, for those of you who do not want the traditional saddle style golf shoe.
Another thing to think about before you purchase a pair is the durability of the material. Are you an avid golfer who is getting 5+ rounds a week in? If you’re that guy, chances are you have more than one pair of shoes and for that we salute you. If you don’t have multiple pair and you do think you are going to put a lot of rounds on your shoes, you’ll want to look for shoes featuring a full leather upper. Leather is a very durable material and over time will stretch and mold to the contours of your foot, leading to that perfect glove like fit. For the rest of us who manage to get out 1-2 days a week, we’re probably not going to put as much stress on our shoes. So we can look for something synthetic or mesh to make sure our feet are as cool and comfortable as they can be.
One of the hardest things to do when shopping for golf shoes online is to know if they are going to fit. While it’s much easier to try shoes on in a store, we want to give you all the resources available to help you make the best decision. Each shoe has its own size chart and measuring tips to help you if you're stuck between sizes, or check out our Golf Shoe Fitting & Sizing Guide if you're not quite sure which size to get. Still not sure? Our customer service team is here to help answer any questions you may have. Give us a call or start up a chat and we'll help get all your questions answered. Plus, if you receive your shoes and you're not happy with them, reach out and we'll send you a free return label to send them back for a refund or another pair you might want to try.