Paul Griffiths, HCP 6
Skechers Go Golf Elite 2 (Spikeless)
I’ve never worn golf shoes which are more comfortable, especially straight out of the box. I have quite wide feet, but I felt like they moulded around my feet. There were no sign of any blisters and I felt like I could wear them all day and my feet wouldn’t hurt. I can’t compliment them enough.
Skechers Go Golf Focus (Soft spikes)
Comfort wise, 10 out of 10 again. They’re lightweight and I felt like I was wearing a pair of slippers on the golf course. I haven’t got any negative comments. I think the Focus shoes prove that you can still have spikes with the comfort of a spikeless shoe.
I’ve tried Nike, Footjoy and Adidas, but I would recommend them ahead of other golf shoes on the market. You can tell most golf shoes a mile away, but I would describe the look of these as smart, understated elegance. I think they would appeal to anyone; from seniors who have problems with their knees and want some cushioning to kids who want a cool, trendy pair of shoes.