Pros: Comfortable, stable with good feel; true fit/sizing; good grip; waterproof.
Cons: Could be lighter, sole could be thinner (more like a true minimalist shoe); styling probably too contemporary for traditionalists.
I've got 4 rounds and 3-4 range/practice green sessions on a pair of the charcoal/black mesh spikeless Project M shoes. First couple rounds were on cold (50's* F), dewy mornings, last few have been hot (low 90's* F), dry afternoons. I'll qualify my opinion by saying I'm a big fan of minimalist shoes in general and they're almost the only shoes I wear - I own (and love) several pairs of Vibram Five Fingers (VFF) and a pair of Merrell Barefoots. A big part of my purchase decision for the M Projects was to find a golf shoe that gave me a similar minimalist feel. First off, while the M Project does have very minimal heel drop and gives you the 'close to the...(read more)