You want your golf shoes to be comfortable, have traction and withstand the elements. Golf shoes of the past have done these things, but the shoes featured here—in our annual Shoe Guide—also come with a high level of customization. For instance, traction patterns are being developed by looking at the data of thousands of golf swings to find out where the most traction is necessary. Midsoles can change in firmness throughout the shoe depending on where you need the most support. Intrigued? Check out these shoes to see what other cool features are available. You'll likely find your next pair.

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