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When you're ready to hit the green, you'll want a good pair of golf shoes on your feet. It has been said, "How you look on the golf course is as important as how you play it." Truth is, your golf clothing doesn't matter, except for your golf shoes. Whether you are a golfing amateur or seasoned pro, your golfing shoes will affect your game. Fortunately, the Overstock.com golf equipment store has a great selection of discount golf shoes -- not cheap golf shoes, but brand-name golf shoes and clearance golf shoes that'll save you enough to pay a few extra green fees.
First and foremost, golf shoes must fit well and be comfortable while playing through 18 holes. There are many styles of golf shoes available, so look for the one that best fits your needs and tastes. Soft leather golf shoes are comfortable and form to your foot during use on the course, while many synthetics are more lightweight and breathable. Some golfers prefer a traditional oxford, while others choose a sportier slip-on. Two-toned shoes remain a popular golf shoe style, and during the summer months, a pair of golf sandals can help you stay cool and comfortable through all 18 holes.
Golf shoes need to grip the course and stabilize your stance. Golf shoes aren't just about looking good; they are part of your golf course equipment, just like your golf clubs. Traditional golf shoes with cleats grip the lawn for a better stance and aid in walking between holes. Cleat-free technologies are bringing a larger variety of golf shoe to the links for those who may prefer a cleat-free shoe. The right shoe will grip the course, with or without cleats, and cleat-free shoes are easier for wearing to and from the course and enjoying the golf course club house.
Golf shoes need to grip the course and stabilize your stance. Golf shoes aren't just about looking good; they are part of your golf course equipment, just like your golf clubs. Traditional golf shoes with cleats grip the lawn for a better stance and aid in walking between holes. Cleat-free technologies are bringing a larger variety of golf shoe to the links for those who may prefer a cleat-free shoe. The right shoe will grip the course, with or without cleats, and cleat-free shoes are easier for wearing to and from the course and enjoying the golf course club house.

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