New technology and styling mean there has never been as much choice in the golf shoe market.

Best Golf Shoes

When tackling wet rough and soft ground conditions, the state of your golf shoes often comes to the fore. It’s at this moment you probably ask yourself why you didn’t go for something a little sturdier or more robust.

Well, with our help you don’t have to make the same mistake twice.

There is lots to consider when it comes to getting the best golf shoes. Do you want spiked or the best spikeless golf shoes? What kind of styling do you want? How much do you want to spend?

If you are the kind of player who values walking comfort over anything else then we recommend checking out our best golf shoes for walking post, or if you have particularly wide feet, we think you should check out our best golf shoes for wide feet post because many brands create specific models for those with wider feet.

Whatever you are looking for, most brands make excellent golf shoe offerings these days from colourful sporty models to classic subtler designs. Nearly all have some sort of value-adding waterproof guarantee, while grip and traction have been harvested through a range of clever sole designs.

Acknowledging all of this, below we’ve looked at some of the best golf shoes.

Best Golf Shoes

FootJoy Tour X Shoes

FootJoy Tour X Shoe Review

Sizes: 6-14
Colours: 2 (White and Black)

+ Excellent stability and grip
+ Comfort is ample
– Limited colour choice

FootJoy claims to literally deliver the ‘X’ Factor in the Tour X shoes by combining the best of Tour S with the leading features of D.N.A. Helix and Fury. By also seeking out feedback from the world’s best players, Tour X claims to deliver the best of everything in terms of grip, comfort, stability and protection. As such it is unquestionably one of the best FootJoy golf shoes out there right now.

FootJoy Tour X Shoe Review

Under Armour Spieth 4 GTX Shoes

Under Armour Spieth 4 GTX Shoe Revealed

Sizes: 8-11.5
Colours: 1 (White)

+ Provide a solid, stable base
+ Market-leading grip
– Not overly lightweight or soft

The Spieth 4 GTX shoe replaces the Spieth 3 and utilises data and insights from Jordan Spieth to create Under Armour’s most scientifically driven golf shoe to date. It starts with foot stabilisation and ground contact that form the foundation of an effective golf swing and with Under Armour’s traction technology in the shoe, golfers are now able to get more power and accuracy out of each shot.

Under Armour Spieth 4 GTX Shoe Review

Adidas CodeChaos Shoes


Sizes: 6.5-11
Colours: 5 (Black, White/Green, White/Orange, Grey, White/Black)

+ Super comfy and provides excellent grip
+ Lots of performance for the price
– Colours aren’t for everyone but there is plenty of choice here

One of the best Adidas golf shoes in the current range, the Codechaos shoe has been designed for those looking to differentiate themselves on the golf course. The upper is made of a multi layer mesh, making it lightweight, flexible and breathable. It also has a thin film on top that provides waterproof protection, durability and it repels water and debris so it doesn’t stain and is easy to clean. Additionally, full length Boost cushioning features across the entire midsole, creating energy rebound and putting a spring in your step.

Adidas CodeChaos Shoe Review

Ecco S-Three Shoes

Ecco s-three

Sizes: 6.5-12.5
Colours: 3 (White, White/Grey, Grey)

Ecco S-Three Shoe Review

+ Stylish and extremely comfortable
+ Ample grip from different lies and protection from the elements
– Price could be a stumbling block for some

This is one of the most comfortable shoes Ecco has ever made which therefore makes it one of the best Ecco golf shoes ever as well. This comfort comes from the new Zonal Fluidform Technology, which creates a moulded midsole with three distinct zones of softness to ensure the right balance of cushioning and stability exactly where you need it. We also like the modern but sophisticated styling because it strikes a very likeable balance between the two.


Nike Air Zoom Infinity Tour Shoes

Sizes: 7-12
Colours: 7 (White/Blue, Black, White/Black, White/Yellow, Black/Pink, White/Grey, Grey/Light Blue)

+ Outstanding stability, grip and comfort
+ Good colour choice
– Unusual floppy tongue and very snug around the heel

The Nike Infinity Tour shoes were inspired by Brooks Koepka‘s habit of chipping and putting in Nike running shoes, and as such they are designed to provide speed and comfort to golfers, leveraging maximum energy return from the ground up. Nike borrowed design inspiration from other sports (running, basketball) to create a golf shoe that is as comfortable as they come, and yet still gives stability, weather protection and also look great too.

Nike Air Zoom Infinity Tour Shoe Review

adidas Tour360 XT Shoes

Best Golf Shoes 2020

Sizes: 6.5-12.5
Colours: 3 (White, White/Grey, Grey)

+ Grip performance hard to beat
+ One of the best looking shoes out there
– Require wearing in

You will probably find it hard to find a shoe that looks as good as the Tour360 XT from adidas, but it doesn’t skimp on performance either. Thanks to the X-shaped traction system and eight cleats, the shoe provides good multi-directional grip and create a stable base for your stance and feet. We also love the combination of the predominantly leather uppers and clean toe section with the modern Boost cushioning underneath. An excellent inclusion in this best golf shoes list.

Puma Ignite Pwradapt Caged Shoes

Sizes: 7-15
Colours: 4 (Black, Grey, White, Blue)

+ Stylish and very comfortable
+ Excellent grip from a variety of lies
– Perhaps more of a summer shoe than all-year round option

The Puma Ignite Pwradapt Caged footwear is said to deliver the optimum blend of comfort, style, and locked-in stability no matter how hard a golfer swings. It has a sporty sneaker style look to it which we really like and you’ll notice the underfoot cushioning from the Ignite foam providing a spring in your step while also letting you feel relatively low to the ground.

Puma Ignite Pwradapt Caged Shoe Review

Skechers Go Golf Pro V4 Shoes

Best Golf Shoes 2020

Sizes: 6.5-13
Colours: 4 (White, Grey, Black, Honors)

+ Outstanding grip and waterproofing
+ A very solid shoe in every aspect
– Perhaps don’t wow you as much as other models

A worthy inclusion in our best waterproof golf shoes guide, this shoe boasts a full-grain leather upper, a low profile sole, lightweight ‘Ultra Flight’ cushioning and Resamax insoles. Grip is provided by a dynamic diamond traction plate and replaceable Softspikes cleats. It is available in white, grey and black colour options as well as an Honors version, which features a knitted textile upper.

Ecco Biom G3 Shoes

Best Golf Shoes 2020

Sizes: 6.5-12.5
Colours: 3 (White, Black, Blue)

+ Impressive style
+ Good all-round performance and protection from the elements
– Premium priced

Ecco’s Biom G3 model utilises a range of technologies to deliver performance that will last round after round, while hard-wearing Ecco YAK leather uppers and a waterproof Gore-Tex construction keep feet dry and comfortable in even the wettest weather.

During construction the upper and outsole unit are bonded together, creating a one-piece shoe without the use of glue or stitching. The benefits of this process include flexibility, durability and a lightweight construction.

Ecco Biom G3 Shoe Review

FootJoy Pro/SL Carbon

Sizes: 6-14
Colours: 2 (White and Black)

+ Exceptional all-round performance
+ Leads the way when it comes to spikeless grip and stability
– Carbon model makes the standard Pro/SL a little redundant

FootJoy has reinvented the immensely popular Pro/SL shoe and also added an even more stable version in the form of the Pro/SL Carbon. They look very similar but the Carbon version has a carbon fibre inlay integrated into the midsole running along the entire length of the shoe. In short FootJoy has somehow taken the most popular spikeless shoe in the world and made it one of the most comfortable golf shoes you can buy thanks to better grip and improved the stability.

FootJoy Pro/SL Carbon Shoe Review