One of the biggest decisions you must make when buying new golf shoes is going with spiked or spikeless. Both styles have several features to boost your experience on the course.
Spiked golf shoes offer grip, traction and support. They will likely provide a bit more lateral stability than spikeless styles. But going with spikeless golf shoes provides convenience. You can go straight from your car to the clubhouse to the course without changing your shoes. Spikeless golf shoes also offer grip, traction and support.
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