The range of options for female golfers is as good as its ever been, with styles that look like running shoes to work flats and many options in between. There's something for the trendiest golfer in your group, and the most traditional. If you're considering buying a new pair of golf shoes for yourself of the female golfers in your life, it's going to be hard for you to not fall in love with a pair —or several—on this list.
These aren’t your grandfather’s golf shoes, but that’s not to say you can’t find a pair that looks like them. How they perform, however, is thoroughly modern. Improvements in technology mean today’s golf shoes offer vast options. Choices used to come with compromises: Comfort meant giving up performance. Less weight meant less stability. Style worked on casual Fridays, not on tee-time Saturdays. But the new shoes show us a place where consumers get all they want. A shoe can be light and structured, spikeless and full of traction, waterproof and breathable, supportive without looking clunky. Most textile uppers are made to be waterproof, and classic styles use the latest high-tech performance materials. Whether you want a traditional leather upper with a sole full of cleats, a facsimile of your favorite running shoe or any street style in between, you’re covered. When it comes to golf shoes, we’re in a really good place. Even granddad would agree.
"A good craftsman never blames his tools" is a popular adage in golf, yet not always accurate. Yes, the golfer made the erroneous swing, but perhaps the clubs are what lead to that wayward, missed shot. How so, you ask? Here are 10 potential problems with your golf equipment.