Camilla Tait, HCP 9

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Skech­ers Go Golf (Spike­less)

As soon as I put them on, I felt like I was wear­ing my com­fi­est pair of train­ers,. De­spite play­ing on hard ground, they were re­ally grippy for a spike­less shoe and I felt like I had a lot of sta­bil­ity. They are the sort of shoes you’d try on in a shop and ask if you could walk out in them.

Skech­ers Go Golf Tour (Spike­less)

I couldn’t fault th­ese shoes for com­fort, but the only draw­back was the de­sign and white colour scheme which made them look like a more con­ven­tional golf shoe; whereas I pre­fer a slightly neater-look­ing shoe. On the plus side, they didn’t hurt my feet at all, which is some­thing I was wor­ried about. If they had them in a dif­fer­ent colour, I wouldn’t hes­i­tate to buy a pair.

Over­all Verdict

I was in­cred­i­bly sur­prised about just how com­fort­able Skech­ers Go Golf shoes were. I’ve al­ways had is­sues get­ting blis­ters from new shoes, but af­ter 18 holes I didn’t want to take them off. I was in­cred­i­bly sur­prised at just how com­fort­able both pairs were.

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