Spice up your golf-shoe game with these 5 statement-making kicks

Colorful shoes

A statement-making pair of golf shoes will turn plenty of heads.

It’s common for golfers to have dozens of polos and hats in their closets, but many players may only have a pair or two of golf shoes. While you can’t go wrong with a super-functional pair of white, black or brown golf shoes that go with everything, sometimes it’s fun to let your footwear shine. Today’s latest models turn heads with bright accent colors, designs and prints that showcase your personality as much as the rest of your apparel.

Check out our five favorite statement-making pairs of golf shoes below, and while you’re shopping, be sure to browse through the rest of the items on offer in GOLF’s Pro Shop — your ultimate source for the latest apparel, training aids, clubs and more.

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Adidas EQTSL

$129.99
The Adidas EQT SL golf shoe features an Adiwear outsole that provides durability and exceptional traction for on and off course wear. EQT also features an external heel clip and boost in the heel for a stable feel. In addition, the bounce midsole provides comfort and support throughout each swing while the mesh upper provide water protection and breathable comfort.
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Puma RS-G Paradise Limited Edition

$149.99
The Puma RS-G spikeless golf shoe is constructed with a GripZone traction outsole that keeps your feet grounded throughout each golf swing. It features a FusionFoam midsole that provides cushioning for excellent support and comfort. The Paradise edition is designed with fashionable print detailing at the midsole. Additional features include a SoftFoam sockliner that provides step in comfort and a seam sealed upper that provides durability for lasting wear.
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ECCO S-Three

$200
The Ecco S-Three golf shoes look like they’d be at home on either a spacesuit or basketball court, but we’re here to let you know that there are in fact golf shoes. These spikeless golf shoes boast ECCO’s soft calf NAPPA leather with GORE-TEX water protection for inclement conditions, but also come with top-notch breathability and comfort. Other features include ECCO’S ZONAL FLUIDFORM™ Technology midsole with 3 different zones feature differing levels of rigidity, an E-DTS® traction system consists of approximately 100 TPU traction bars boasting 800 traction angles. We really dig the neoprene collar areas, which not only add a splash of color and style but also make these shoes among the most comfortable golf shoes we’ve seen this side of the moon. 
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Adidas CodeChaos

$149.99
The Adidas Code Chaos spikeless golf shoe provides a lightweight stable feel. It is constructed with a durable Adiwear rubber outsole that features Chaos Traxion with Twist Grip soft rubber. Code Chaos also sports a Torsion X stability bar that offers footing from the ground up and a responsive Boost midsole made with FitFoam. Comfort is found in its textile lining and an INSITE sockliner that also enhances balance. The textile upper provides water protection to keep your feet dry and comes with a 1 year waterproof warranty. Need more convincing? GOLF.com’s Kevin Cunningham wrote about what makes the Code Chaos a unique spikeless shoe here.
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Oakley Sueded Lighthouse

$59.99
If you’re looking for a casual shoe that fits like a sneaker, the Oakley Sueded Lighthouse sneakers are just the ticket. Easily worn with jeans, khakis, even shorts, the Oakley Sueded Lighthouse sneakers are a clean and semi-casual shoe that’s perfect for after-round drinks or for a day out on the town. They feature an Oakley ellipse, a rubber sole for durability, and a suede upper for a sporty look.
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Jessica Marksbury

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As a four-year member of Columbia’s inaugural class of female varsity golfers, Jessica can out-birdie everyone on the masthead. She can out-hustle them in the office, too, where she’s primarily responsible for producing both print and online features, and overseeing major special projects, such as GOLF’s inaugural Style Is­sue, which debuted in February 2018. Her origi­nal interview series, “A Round With,” debuted in November of 2015, and appeared in both in the magazine and in video form on GOLF.com.