Spiked Golf Shoes

In a game where precision is everything, spiked golf shoes offer the stability you need to keep your shots straight and controlled. Their spikes hold your feet firmly with the grass, allowing you to shift your weight through your swing and generate incredible power. Golf courses can be unpredi. . . Read More
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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need spiked golf shoes?

Spiked golf shoes offer you a host of advantages on the course, including added stability and improved power generation. They’re also great if you’re a beginner struggling to maintain your form throughout your swing. You may not need them, but their benefits are too good to ignore. If you’re dead set against spikes, though, we have plenty of spikeless options for you to browse.

Are spiked golf shoes as comfortable as spikeless golf shoes?

Yes. Spiked golf shoes are crafted with the same attention to detail and comfort as any other golf shoe, just with added spikes. Modern advancements in golf technology have allowed golf shoemakers to create wonderfully form-fitting golf shoes with spikes, suitable to almost any player of any shoe size.

Are spiked golf shoes easy to clean?

Yes. You can wipe grass and mud away from the tops of your spiked golf shoes just the same as you would with any other shoe, with a non-abrasive sponge and warm, soapy water. You can do exactly the same with the soles, to clear any clumps of mud that have stuck to the bottom. If your spikes are removable, even better. Take them off so you can reach areas where the dirt may have become trapped. After wiping, simply wait for the shoes to dry and reattach the spikes. Quick and easy.

Do pros wear spiked golf shoes?

Yes, spiked golf shoes are still the shoe of choice for countless professional golfers. Most professionals you see playing in tournaments on television will be wearing spiked golf shoes - they’ve been considered the gold standard in professional golf for over 100 years. If they’re good enough for the pros, they’re good enough for you.