Women’s Golf Shoe Reviews
When you take into consideration that the average golfer walks between 3 and 5 miles per round with 4 or 5 hours spent on his/her feet, its hard to question the importance of proper footwear for golfing. Just like cleats are used in soccer or football, golf shoes are designed to grip the turf and pivot with the natural motion of your feet as you swing. Golf shoes should be fitted in the same way as any other shoe. You should get an accurate measurement of your feet and find a size that fits you. Upon trying the shoes on you should wear the type of socks that you’d normally wear for a round of golf. Unlike many other athletic shoes, golf shoes are designed to be tightest in the center of the shoe to give the most support while swinging. Waterproof golf shoes are an option for those that play in variable conditions or in the early morning when the dew is out. Keep in mind that waterproofing often decreases ventilation and increases the price of the shoe. Golf shoes come in saddle-style, casual, and athletic varieties to meet the individual preferences of golfers and to match the standards set by certain courses and clubs.