The holidays are quickly approaching, and a pair of golf shoes may be the perfect gift for friends or family. Many golfers need to retire their old pair of golf shoes and up their game.
Whether you prefer a sneaker or spiked-style shoe, Golfweek has got you covered for everyone on your shopping list. Check out the shoes below from all your favorite brands, such as Adidas, FootJoy, Puma, True Linkswear and more.
If you’re looking for more shoes, check out Golfweek’s list of best men’s shoes and best Women’s shoes from earlier in 2022.
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Adidas Tour360 22 Golf Shoe ($210)
What you need to know: The Adidas Tour360 22 golf shoe has a better fit and Traction than ever with a Dualstack midsole, Geofit collar pad, 3D Torsion System, Insite sock liner, and an innovative Traction system called Spikemore.
Adidas Tour360 22 – $210
Ecco Golf Tray Laced Shoe ($150)
What you need to know: Ecco has been a leading brand in the golf scene for years, and the company’s Golf Tray Laced Women’s shoe lives up to the hype. This sneaker-style shoe comes in ten colors made with durable waterproof leather using Hydromax and Fluidform technology. The Golf Tray shoe is lightweight and features a removable, washable insole.
Ecco Golf Tray Laced Shoe – $150
FootJoy Links Women’s Golf Shoe ($130)
What you need to know: FootJoy’s Links for women’s golf shoe is available in four different colors and the option to customize the shoe. This is a sneaker-style, spikeless shoe that can be worn on the course and to dinner or errands afterwards. The shoe offers full grain waterproof leather.
FJ Links Women’s Golf Shoe – $130
G/Fore MG4+ Golf Shoe ($225)
What you need to know: G/Fore’s MG4+ golf shoe is a spikeless option that comes in many colors and prints. The shoe features a waterproof upper, 3D molded heel cup, under-heel comfort with washable insoles and footbed massage technology. This shoe is good for walking and riding on the course.
G/Fore MG4+ Golf Shoe – $225
NOBULL Black Matryx Golf Shoe ($179)
What you need to know: The NOBULL Black Matryx Golf Shoe is made up of a one-piece construction upper that allows for the spikeless shoe to be breathable, water resistant and durable. The rubber outsole allows you to easily transition from the course to the pavement. This shoe is also available in other colors and in a Women’s style.
Nobull Black Matryx Golf Shoe – $179
Payntr Golf X 003 F ($140)
What you need to know: The Payntr Golf X 003 F is a spikeless design with a Neverwet superhydrophobic solution that makes the shoe non-wicking and water-resistant. The single density PMX Foam midsole allows for maximum comfort and the Pebax propulsion plate helps Golfers use the ground effectively and increase power. Made with an Ortholite footbed so the cushioning fit doesn’t change over time.
Payntr Golf X 003 F – $140
Puma Golf GS-One Spikeless Golf Shoe ($130)
What you need to know: Available in five colorways, the GS-One Spikeless Golf Shoe by Puma is an excellent option. The GS-One shoe is a waterproof, street-style shoe with TPU Saddle System, Lightweight soft EVA Foam and a carbon rubber outsole.
Puma GS-One Spikeless – $130
Puma Golf Women’s Proadapt Alphacat Spikeless Shoes ($98)
What you need to know: Available in three colors, the Proadapt Alphacat spikeless shoe is a great option for women who like to walk or ride. Completely waterproof with Puma’s exoshell making this a great option for the winter months.
Puma Women’s Proadapt Alphacat Spikeless – $98
True Linkswear FS-01 ($140)
Price: $140 (Down from $175)
What you need to know: The new True Linkswear FS-01 shoe has just been released and is perfect for course play or lifestyle adventures. The shoe is available in six colors and is made for both men and women weighing in at just 10.5 ounces. Made with eco-genuine leather, a wanderlux insole and goes with shorts, pants or skorts.
True Linkswear FS-01- $140
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