Check out Nike’s special PGA Championship golf shoes

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Brooks Koepka wearing Nike's Air Zoom Infinity Tour, and the outsole of the Air Zoom Victory Tour 3.


Kentucky is known for many things — from Bluegrass and barbecue to horse racing and Wildcat basketball. And don’t forget about the bourbon.

The celebrated distilleries dotting the Kentucky Bourbon Trail happen to be the inspiration behind the Nike Air Zoom Infinity Tour golf shoes reigning PGA Championship winner Brooks Koepka and other Swoosh staffers will be wearing this week at Valhalla Golf Club.

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Nike’s Air Zoom Infinity Tour golf shoes for the PGA Championship. Nike

The wood-aged textures, “barrel-aged browns” and smoked orange streaks are a nod to Kentucky’s rich bourbon history. Wood grain graphics on the Swoosh logo and a trunk-inspired outsole are meant to highlight the state’s longstanding timber tradition.

Much of the shoe’s upper is made from a gray Flyweave material that’s breathable but still repels moisture. The outsole sports six integrated spikes below the Air Zoom unit to provide maximum comfort without impacting the energy return.

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Nike’s Air Zoom Victory Tour 3 golf shoes. Nike

In addition to Koepka’s shoe of choice, Nike’s PGA Championship pack will include the Air Pegasus 89G and Air Zoom Victory Tour 3 in the same colorway. The Victory Tour 3 is Rory McIlroy’s shoe of choice and sports a more classic look with full-grain leather.

The Infinity ($190), Victory ($210) and Pegasus ($140) are all available through

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Jonathan Wall Editor

Jonathan Wall is GOLF Magazine and’s Managing Editor for Equipment. Prior to joining the staff at the end of 2018, he spent 6 years covering equipment for the PGA Tour. He can be reached at