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Best Waterproof Golf Shoes 2017

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For me, there is nothing worse than walking around outside after a particularly bad rain storm. Mud, puddles of water, and even wet grass manage to find a way into my sneakers, soaking everything from the inside of my shoes to my socks. This is an issue that can affect many golfers as well, who may be playing during or after a rainstorm. Wet conditions on the course can cause a golfer discomfort if the water soaks through their shoes, causing a break in concentration and just an unpleasant time. Luckily, there exist waterproof golf shoes. These cleat-like shoes are specifically designed with golfers in mind, providing protection from the elements while remaining comfortable to walk around in.

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Best Spikeless Golf Shoes – 2017 Reviews

Footjoy Contour Casual Spikeless Golf Shoe

Are you fed up of the shoddy quality of many spikeless golf shoes? Many golf courses don’t allow spiked golf shoes to be worn anymore – but how do you get the ultimate golfing traction without spiked shoes? Luckily, the shoe industry has improved over recent years, meaning you can get the same amount of grip, without the need for spikes which simply tear up the golfing green.

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The Best Winter Golf Shoes for Cold Weather Play

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As all experienced golfers know, playing golf while being attacked by the harsh elements of winter can be troublesome. Therefore it is imperative that you make sure you are fully prepared for whatever the weather may be, part of this is making sure you have a good pair of sturdy winter golf shoes.winter golf shoes. But how do you know which pair to buy, and which pairs to avoid?

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Best Golf Shoes for Walking…and more!

Best Golf Shoes for Wide Feet

Believe it or not, your golf shoes can make or break your game. Golf shoes provide additional comfort and support that normal shoes do not. They help to balance your body and give you a proper, stable stance especially when you pivot during a swing. Considering you spend an average of 4 to 6 hours on your feet while playing golf, shouldn’t you pay more attention to your shoes?

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