Mark Twain famously said that golf is just a good walk spoiled. That’s probably because he didn’t have the proper shoe!
Golf shoes come in all shapes and styles nowadays. From Michael Jordan’s legendary basketball silhouettes to FootJoy’s iconic Premiere series and everything in between, there is most certainly a perfect shoe for you in 2023.
Golfweek has compiled a list of some of the best and most fashion-forward shoes to help elevate your game both literally and visually.
Whether you prefer spiked cleats over molded or sneaker style over a classic look, we have you covered.
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Adidas – Tour360 Golf Shoes
Why we love it: This Adidas pair are a true hybrid when it comes to shoes. A classic cap toe look with a modern sneaker midsole features a pop of color and the unmistakable Adidas stripes. The Adidas Tour360 also has a great balance of cleats and molds to give you maximum stability throughout your swing.
Honorable Mention: Codechaos BOA Spikeless Shoes.
Duca Del Cosma – Churchill Cognac Golf Shoe
G/FORE – Grosgrain Gallivanter Golf Shoe
Why we love it: The Grosgrain Gallivanter is built upon the classic silhouettes from which golf shoes were molded since their inception. Adding a fashionable and modern twist, these G/FORE shoes will bring style to your game.
Honorable Mention: Contrast Sole MG4+
NOBULL – Pride Art Work Matryx Golf Shoe
Why we love it: The brand known for making fashionable gym shoes comes to the table with a cool golf option. A practically all-white shoe, the midsole is blasted with color in a paint drip fashion, making it a perfect match for all of your paint-splatter polos that are all the rage right now.
Honorable Mention: Black Matryx Golf Shoe
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