Spikeless Golf Shoes

Spikeless golf shoes are the perfect option if you want a lighter, more free-feeling shoe when you’re out on the course for hours at a time. Less restrictive when walking on the fairway or in the rough, spikeless golf shoes still offer plenty of traction to generate power through your swing co. . . Read More
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Frequently Asked Questions

Are spikeless golf shoes better than spiked golf shoes?

This depends on your preference. If you like the freedom and comfort of spikeless golf shoes, make them your go-to shoes. But if you like enhanced stability and better contact with the ground, spiked will likely be your best option. The weather could impact your decision, too. Wearing spikeless golf shoes in damp conditions will prevent loose dirt and grass from sticking to spikes, but they might not provide as much ground stability as spiked shoes.

Can you wear spikeless golf shoes as trainers?

You could if you want. However, spikeless golf shoes are specifically designed to offer better grip and control on grassy surfaces beneath your feet, like the fairway. Wearing these shoes on surfaces like concrete or gravel could wear them out quickly. But, at face value, most people wouldn’t be able to tell the difference between trainers and a trainer-style golf shoe.

Do pros use spikeless golf shoes?

Absolutely. Spikeless golf shoes are worn by both professional golfers and amateur players. Adam Scott, Justin Rose and Lee Westwood are just a handful of professional golfers who regularly wear spikeless golf shoes, thanks to the freedom and comfort they provide. If they’re good enough for the pros, they’re good enough for you.

Can you wear spikeless golf shoes at the driving range?

Wearing spikeless golf shoes at the driving range is a great option as they will provide a similar sensation of grip with the ground as you’ll experience when out on the course. This allows players to practice their swing in as similar a setting as possible to real-life play. Try wearing a pair of spikeless golf shoes the next time you head to the driving range.