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I had Adidas 360 3.0 and thought they were the best shoes I had worn for golf (had Callaway & Footjoy) then I gave these a try and am getting another pair in Black for winter

Nike Lunar Control


These are like slippers, very stable and for a white shoe easy to clean, plus the spikes (unlike the Adidas ones) are easy to come by

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Just walked with the Nike Lunar Controls yesterday during a round - probably the most comfortable golf shoes I've had.

I've had bunches.  I currently wear eccos, cool casuals maybe.  They are nice.  I've had Adidas tour 2.0 and 3.0s, footjoys.  I thought I was sold on eccos but I'm kind of waivering.  I also have a pair of adidas gym looking shoes that I really like.  They are super light and confortable.  The eccos are confortable but I don't like how high I am off the ground.

Next pair, not sure.  I'm a deal hawk so I've been looking at the Adidas Green star xs, going for 50 bucks right now on ebay.  There is also the fitrxs going for even less.  Pretty much I want the lightest most confortable pair of shoes possible that are water proof.  The adidas gym looking things aren't and that is there downfall.

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Originally Posted by FowlPlay

I would love to play in my tennis shoes to save money for a bit until I can buy a pair of golf shoes, but even though tennis shoes are less likely to leave marks than metal spikes, they aren't allowed.

could care less if I get the best shoe or not, I'm just beginning right now. All I need is a pair that I will be allowed to play on the course in.

Go to ebay.  They have all the closeouts discontinued models.  I've had great luck with adidas and footjoy.  You can get expensive shoes for cheap prices.

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I'm recanting my endorsement of TrueLinkswear on Page 2.  They've continued to stretch out and have not held up as well as I'd hoped.  Will be sticking with FJ DryJoys (or equivalent) going forward.

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I started playing in Adidas, but I've since changed to Nike. My issue is that I have a fairly narrow foot and even Nike is a bit too wide. Anyone have a suggestion as to a solid narrow shoe that doesn't sacrifice performance?

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