Re: Good ideas on cleaning golf shoes?Depends in part on the color. If you have white shoes, you might want to brush them after every round. They'll end up light tan by end of season.
If you have leather upper shoes and get nicks in them, you would want to fill in with shoe dye before you polish them. Occasional polish on leather uppers would help extend the waterproofing.
Also, if you're playing in tournaments (multi-day), you need at least second pair of shoes. If you don't rotate them and they're damp with yesterday's dew and sweat, the shoes wear out a lot faster. Plus, the day-old moisture isn't that good for your feet. If it's really damp, you can actually get mold in the leather if you don't dry out the shoes. But, you need to air dry them in a cool place - hot air makes the leather brittle.
If you pick up trash in the spikes, the best way to clean spikes is with an air gun - blow the stuff out of the crevices.