Best Pink Women's Golf Shoes 2024

We take a look at some of the best women's golf shoes currently available on the market that feature the color pink

Best Pink Women's Golf Shoes
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Pink is a delicate and feminine color that has always been associated with women, and of course, we also recognise it as the color that shows support for Breast Cancer Awareness. For many years, much of the women’s golf equipment, apparel and shoes were designed in a shade of pink because manufacturers believed that was the color that all women wanted. The phrase “Shrink it and Pink it” springs to mind. 

As far as women's golf shoes are concerned, nowadays women are spoilt for choice with the number of different designs and colors on offer, although it’s fair to say that pink still features strongly in either a small or large way because it is a color that appeals to many women.

Putting colors aside, comfort is essential and thankfully the latest technological developments in the sole, midsole, upper and heel area means that comfort is instantly achieved. There is seldom a need to break shoes in – they can be worn straight out of the box for 18 holes. 

Another factor is protection from the elements, and some of the best waterproof golf shoes on the market not only protect your feet from getting wet, but also offer breathability to help in the summer months. 

For those women that love a touch of pink to brighten up their footwear, our team of contributors has put a number of shoes to the test over 18 holes - all designed to complement different outfits and suit different personalities. For more golf shoe buying advice, check out our guides on the best women's golf shoes, or best spikeless shoes. 

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Alison Root

Alison Root has over 25 years experience working in media, predominantly dedicated to women's golf. She is a respected voice across all areas of the game and has tested many women's golf products.

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Best Pink Women's Golf Shoes

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Best for styling

Duca Del Cosma Alexa Women's Golf Shoes Review

Duca del Cosma Alexa Golf Shoe

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Specifications

Sizes: : 3-9
Colors:: Pink, White, Taupe/Cheetah
Waterproof:: Yes

Reasons to buy

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Sophisticated and elegant design that embodies style
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Incredible comfort courtesy of the Arneflex memory foam insole

Reasons to avoid

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The high price tag will be a stretch too far for some

The Duca Del Cosma Alexa golf shoes epitomise luxury and performance. Elegantly designed, these shoes are a delicate dusty pink. Crafted from luxury leather that is easy to clean and infused with high-quality materials, our tester found the Alexa shoes a lavish experience from unboxing to play.

Not only do these shoes shine in appearance with a shimmer effect and the Italian flag embossed just above the laces as a subtle reminder of the origins of the design, but they also excel in functionality. Made from a high percentage of recycled materials, they emphasise environmental sustainability. The fully waterproof and breathable design, coupled with a soft memory foam insole with recycled cork, ensures comfort and dryness in any weather. 

The spikeless Airplay outsole, which encircles the heel of the shoe enhances stability and grip, which encourages the player to make a powerful swing, knowing they will remain stable when do doing so. For golfers seeking a blend of style and top-tier performance, the Alexa stands out as one of the best women's spikeless shoes this season.

Best versatility

Puma Fusion Crush Sport Women’s Golf Shoe Review

Puma Fusion Crush Sport Golf Shoe

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Specifications

Sizes: : 4-10
Colors: : White/Garnet/Rose, Black/Mint
Waterproof: : Waterproof Mesh

Reasons to buy

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The look of a running shoe yet performance of a waterproof golf shoe
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World class traction on the sole

Reasons to avoid

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Felt a bit roomy in the toe part of the shoe so worth going down a half size

A touch of pink sets of these white shoes and if you’re a golfer who plays frequently, sometimes even twice a day, or navigates hilly courses with many steps, the Puma Crush golf shoes might be perfect for you. 

Our tester found them to be  the lightest and most comfortable golf shoes that she’d ever worn, reminiscent of a new pair of Nike running shoes but with the stability needed for weightlifting. Achieving a balance between stability and breathability, Puma has created a shoe that fits well, especially for those searching for wide golf shoes. For other women, it might be worth downsizing, as they are fairly roomy in the toe area.

The heel, arch, and laced area offer excellent support, while the traction on the sole is exceptional for spikeless shoes, with soft rubber enhancing grip. They are also waterproof and could double as trail running shoes or even tennis shoes due to their sturdy sole. Compared to running shoes priced over $200, these offer great value and versatility for both golfers and non-golfers.

Best trainer style

New Balance 574 Greens V2 Golf Shoe

New Balance 574 Greens V2 Golf Shoe

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Specifications

Sizes:: 4-9
Colors:: Sand/Pink, Light Gray, Navy/White, White/Blue
Waterproof: Yes

Reasons to buy

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Versatile trainer-like design
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Attractive styling
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Lightweight comfort

Reasons to avoid

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Not an option if you prefer a traditional-looking golf shoe

Each side of New Balance's 574 Greens V2 golf shoe is highlighted with the brand’s famous ‘N’ in pink, and the soft shade also features at the heel. The low-profile, trainer-like design stands out, with an upper that looks and feels like suede and the waterproof microfiber leather upper, backed by a two-year warranty, adds to its appeal.

Comfort is a key feature, with a slightly dropped midsole, CUSH+ insole, providing our tester with a lightweight and breathable experience over 18 holes. The NDurance rubber outsole, which has plenty of nubs, supports natural foot motion and includes a toe cap for extra support and protection. For a women's spikeless shoe, there's notable traction and stability to keep players anchored to the ground on a variety of lies.

Overall, this is a stylish, versatile golf shoe that combines performance with comfort, making it a solid choice for fashion-conscious golfers.

Best for comfort

G/Fore MG4+ Womens Golf Shoe Review

G/Fore MG4+ Golf Shoe

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Specifications

Sizes:: 3-9
Colors:: Day Glow Pink, Seaglass
Waterproof:: Yes

Reasons to buy

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You want a really comfortable pair of golf shoes
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The fantastic blend of style and performance

Reasons to avoid

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You prefer the softer feel of leather rather than synthetic

If you want to make a bold statement in all-over pink, then look no further than the MG4+ from G/FORE. As for being a contender as one the most comfortable golf shoes for women, you will discover the brand’s amazing massaging footbed inner sole, that literally leaves you bouncing up the fairway like you’re walking on air. 

Our tester felt like the shoe was literally massaging the sole of her feet as she walked 18 holes and the performance benefits don't stop there! This shoe has been designed to give your foot total swing support. She felt really grounded and stable, as though the shoe was gripping the turf, as she made her swing. 

In the past we’ve found performance-orientated golf shoes a little ‘sturdy’ and firm in feel but the G/FORE MG4+ fitted like a glove from our very first round. Crucially, there was no need to break them in and no rubbing.

Best for ease of use

Skechers Go Golf Elite 5 Slip In Ladies Golf Shoes Review

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Specifications

Sizes: 3-8
Colors: Black/Pink, Navy/Pink, Gray/Aqua
Waterproof: Yes

Reasons to buy

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Wide fit
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High arches
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Slip on

Reasons to avoid

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Outer looks a little plastic
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Slightly heavy on the foot

As the name suggests, the Skechers Go Golf Elite 5 Slip are a hands-free pair of spikeless golf shoes that you can literally slip into using the heel pillow, and then easily achieve a precise fit by using the adjustable dial closure. Out of three available colorways in this model, two feature pink -  black/pink or navy/pink.

Podiatrist-designed with 20 years of data and 120,000 unweighted foot scans, this model is one of the best golf shoes for women who have high arches, or in need of foot support and ease of wear. Comfort is also provided by the removable insole that helps mold to your foot to reduce shock and weight dispersion.

Our tester found them to be very sturdy with an outer that was easy to wipe clean without staining, and the spikeless outsole planted her feet to the ground for noticeable stability. These shoes do come up slightly wide, so this is worth considering.

Best value

FootJoy Flex 2024 Women's Shoe Review

FootJoy Flex Women Golf Shoe

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Specifications

Sizes:: 4-8 (including half sizes)
Colors:: Black/Gray, White/Pink, White/Beige
Waterproof:: No

Reasons to buy

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So supportive for a trainer style shoe
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Great traction and a running shoe feel
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Clean up brilliantly

Reasons to avoid

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Lighter colors mark up easily

Highlighted with just a touch of pink, these shoes offer the feel of high-end trainers, with lightweight performance and soft-to-touch mesh that might make you think they’re made for running a marathon. 

Fit-wise, they grip your foot securely. They are easy to slip into and feature lined heels for added comfort and support, cinching the foot in place while remaining comfortable. Extra comfort is provided by the EVA midsole and this ensures a bouncy, comfortable walk. 

The Flex range continues to impress with its versatility and durability. These shoes delivered excellent traction to our tester, thanks to the VersaTrax design that features multiple traction zones. This allows players to actually feel the grip as they move in different directions.

As one of the best women's FootJoy golf shoes, they offer incredible value, also making them one of the best budget golf shoes, suitable for various activities beyond golf. 

How we test golf shoes

For this buying guide, we have specifically included a selection of shoes that feature the color pink, but our golf shoe testing methodology remains the same, putting these models to the test  over a number of rounds and in varying conditions. We do this to get a better understanding of overall performance in terms of factors like grip comfort, grip, stability, waterproofing, and in this case in particular, how the standout color actually looks on the golf course. The shoes listed above have been personally used by a member of the Golf Monthly team, while Women's Editor Alison Root heads up all women's golf product testing on the site.

This is the best way of testing a golf shoe, as using it in the real world over a number of rounds allows us to see how they perform when variables change like weather, ground conditions, different stances, lies, and so on. 

Our testing process also allows us to see which brands come up small or large, which models start to feel uncomfortable after 18 or 36 holes, and which designs are the most versatile, wearing the shoes on the golf course and beyond.

The testing process is rigorous to the point where we will regularly attend product launches and meet with the manufacturer’s R&D experts to understand the new technology. That isn't to say manufacturers can buy a good review though, as all our women's shoe reviews are made by women, for women golfers. 

How to choose the best golf shoe

The women's golf shoe market features a vast array of different designs, colors and  high-tech options that can sometimes make picking the right shoe quite an overwhelming decision. If you're new to golf or an experienced player, there are some things that we all need to consider when picking out our next pair of golf shoes. For that reason, regardless of whether or not you like the color pink, below is a list of the key points to consider when purchasing your next pair of golf shoes. 

1. Spiked or spikeless?

This guide features only women's spikeless shoes, but choosing either spiked or spikeless is an important consideration. Spiked shoes offer greater grip and stability and can be used in all weathers. But they are perhaps better suited to wet weather and colder climates when the ground is a little softer underfoot. If you're looking to improve your connection with the ground as you strike the ball, then spiked shoes are the way forward.

But if you plan on playing primarily through the summer months, spikeless golf shoes are perhaps a slightly better bet. They don't have cleats on their soles, but instead have rubber teeth (nubs) or a very grippy sole that gives golfers ample grip on harder, dryer terrain. For that reason, spikeless shoes are also more lightweight and offer greater breathability than a spiked shoe, and many can deliver year-round performance. All the spikeless shoes featured above feature cushioned rubber soles that give you spongy underfoot support. Plus they offer more versatility away from the course.

2. Waterproofing

There's nothing worse than having soaking wet feet while you're on the course - this will spoil your round. Waterproofing is therefore an essential feature. If you live in a warmer, dryer environment, other factors on this list will be more significant, but if you live in a colder, wetter climate, then having waterproof shoes is invaluable. 

Some players choose to wear a waterproof pair in winter and a lighter pair of shoes for summer. Another consideration is the ease in which you can keep your shoes clean. Sometimes breathable fabrics can be a lot more difficult to wipe down than a synthetic material or leather. 

3. Support

The average female golfer walks between three and six miles during a round of golf. That means you can be stood on your feet for as much as five hours and for that reason, you need to protect your feet and give them as much support as possible to reduce the risk of tiredness and the amount of stress going through your feet. 

For that reason, it is imperative that you purchase a golf shoe that not only looks good because it is highlighted in pink, but also comfortable with added support to your feet while you walk. You should bear in mind also that when you purchase a pair of supportive shoes, you are not just protecting your feet but are also protecting your knees, hips and lower back from stress-related injuries. 

Plus if you already have an injury to any of these body parts, you should look to buy a shoe that has a spongy yet supple sole that cushions your step while you walk. You may also want to consider purchasing shoes that give you greater heel support too to reduce the stress traveling up your achillies while you walk. That can also prevent you from turning over on your ankles as you traverse any undulating fairways.

Finally, final thing to note is that golf shoes can sometimes sacrifice comfort and stability for performance-enhancing features to help you get more distance on your shots. That's why we recommend always trying out a shoe in your local pro shop before you buy it. That way, you'll get a better idea of the feel and comfort the shoe provides. 

4. Getting the right fit

Along with support and comfort, you also need to get the right fit. If you purchase shoes that are too tight, you'll find you'll quickly develop blisters. But if you purchase a shoe that is too loose, you'll struggle to feel well connected to the shoe and therefore to the ground which will prevent you from playing good and strong golf shots. 

For that reason, it is always important to try on a pair of shoes before you buy them and here are a couple of tips you need to bear in mind when doing that. When trying on a new pair of golf shoes, listen for the 'whoosh' sound when you slide your feet in. That is the sound of the air leaving the shoe, showing that it is the right size. On top of that, you need to do a walking test to ensure your feet aren't too restricted but are snug inside the shoe. 

Another tip is to try on the shoes with the type of socks that you intend to wear them with. If you're buying a pair of spiked shoes for winter golf, you may want to wear a slightly thicker sock to your fitting session than you would if you're buying a spikeless shoe for summer wear. The better the fit, the more control and power you are able to generate in your golf swing and that means you'll be more confident when playing shots.

5. Styling

Obviously, style is perhaps one of the most important factors that women like to consider when purchasing a pair of golf shoes. Many brands have innovated the technology involved in producing women's golf shoes, they have modernized the styles, and there are a variety of colors to choose from, including pink!

But that doesn't mean that they have neglected more traditional styles of golf shoe, with many brands producing classic styles that still look very on-trend on the golf course. Whatever your style, there is something for everyone these days.

FAQs

Why should you wear golf shoes?

Golf shoes are designed to help improve your performance on the shots. By providing you with greater stability, balance and grip against the floor, golf shoes give you greater control and confidence in the shots you're hitting, and in turn that allows you to develop greater confidence to add more power on your shots. Remember that there are some golf clubs that will not allow women to play the course or enter the clubhouse if they aren't wearing the correct footwear. 

Is it better to wear spiked or spikeless golf shoes?

Spiked and spikeless golf shoes perform better in different conditions. Spiked golf shoes can be used in all weather conditions and on all terrains, but are more appropriate for wetter and colder climates where the terrain is a little softer underfoot. Spikeless golf shoes are better for hotter climates where the ground is a little firmer under foot. Many golfers prefer spikeless shoes because they are more versatile and can be worn on and off the golf course.

Do professional golfers use spikeless shoes?

Many golfers on the professional men's and women's tours wear spikeless golf shoes because the majority of them are playing in warm conditions throughout the year on well-kept golf courses. That means they won't always need spikes in the soles of their shoes, with the best spikeless golf shoes giving them ample grip and traction against the floor as they play their shots. 

Alison Root

Alison Root has over 25 years experience working in media and events, predominantly dedicated to golf, in particular the women’s game. Until 2020, for over a decade Alison edited Women & Golf magazine and website, and is now the full-time Women's Editor for Golf Monthly. Alison is a respected and leading voice in the women's game, overseeing content that communicates to active golfers from grassroots through to the professional scene, and developing collaborative relationships to widen Golf Monthly's female audience across all platforms to elevate women's golf to a new level. She is a 16-handicap golfer (should be better) and despite having had the fantastic opportunity to play some of the best golf courses around the world, Kingsbarns in Scotland is her favourite.