Check out 6 spiked golf shoes pros wore on Tour this weekend
Spikeless shoes are undeniably convenient. It’s easier to wear them everywhere, from driving to the course to strolling through the clubhouse after the round. But if you notice your feet slipping during your swing — or perhaps if it’s just rained — there’s still a reason spiked golf shoes exist.
Many pros, like Brooks Koepka and Scottie Scheffler, always opt for wearing spiked golf shoes in tournament play.
Even when it’s dry, they opt for more traction.
Each of the shoes featured below are ideal for keeping your feet secure, comfy and ready to play like the pros.
Keep scrolling to see the featured shoes that Lee Hodges, Brooks Koepka, Viktor Hovland, Bryson DeChambeau, Max Homa and Scottie Scheffler wore this weekend.
Pros who wore spiked shoes last weekend:
Lee Hodges – FootJoy Premiere Series (5 colors available)
Brooks Koepka – Nike Air Zoom Infinity Tour NEXT% (4 colors available)
Viktor Hovland – PUMA Men’s IGNITE Articulate Golf Shoes (7 colors available)
Bryson DeChambeau – FootJoy HyperFlex Carbon (3 colors available)
Max Homa – FootJoy Traditions (6 colors available + design your own)
Scottie Scheffler – Nike Air Zoom Tiger Woods ’20 (2 colors available)
Keep scrolling for more images and info about each shoe.
Lee Hodges’ custom spiked golf shoe approach
Spiked golf shoes are convenient because typically, you can replace or customize the spikes with your own choices.
During the latest episode of GOLF’s Fully Equipped, recent Tour winner Lee Hodges told host Ryan Barath how his spike setup benefits his swing and prevents slipping.
“Most golfers don’t really think about their shoes, and just kinda pick one, but it’s amazing what having the right shoes can do,” said Hodges, who picked up his first Tour win at the 3M Open last month. “For me, the FootJoy (Premier Model) is incredibly stable, and I never feel like I’m going to slip. I especially benefit from the stability in the heel.”
In the Fully Equipped episode, Hodges added some interesting details about the type of spikes he uses. “I wear soft spikes on the back (in the heel) of the shoes and metal spikes on the toe area,” he said. “I get on my toes a little bit in my swing and this setup helps get me some extra stability so I don’t slip.”