The best picks listed below for the different categories weren't randomly selected. We gave each cleat a Corescore of 0 to 100 to evaluate its overall performance. The reviews and ratings of the experts and other golfers were used as the basis of their final score.
Aside from evaluating and picking out the best men's Nike golf shoes, we also summarized the advantages and disadvantages to help you find out if the shoe meets your demand.
Classic yet functional best describes this Nike golf footwear. While its timeless look is what first captivates golfers into purchasing, looking into the shoe’s features is sufficient enough to draw it into continuous use. Grippy, stable, and most importantly, comfortable are only some of the features that this shoe possesses. Even though it comes with a few glitches, golfers continue to recommend this piece, given its affordable price tag.
The Air Zoom Infinity Tour sports excellent design, traction, and comfort once you find the ideal fit. This Nike golf shoe also draws curiosity through its outsole spike design as it pushes the classic definition of spiked and spikeless shoes. Yes, they have spikes, but they're not removable - a hybrid perhaps. The Nike Air Zoom Infinity Tour can be an exceptional companion for numerous rounds on the course.
The Nike Vapor Pro encapsulates functionality in a sleek and stylish package. While its looks captivated many golfers, its performance on the fairway made them settle. As impossible as it may seem to create the perfect shoe, the Swoosh hits a nearly perfect one with this golf trainer.
Like a true Jordan, the ADG 3 is a golf shoe that bridges the gap between fashion and function. Perfect for golfers looking for unmatched support on the course, slips are the last thing you'll experience from this shoe. On top of it all, it's extremely grippy (even for a spikeless shoe); you don't have to worry about losing your step.
Waterproof: The majority of golfers appreciate the Air Max 90 G's efficient impermeability from the elements.
Comfort: Many players highly regarded the pair's in-step comfort. Some even said that "it feels like the sneaker version."
Stable: The overlays on the upper work together with the Air Max unit for anchored and supported swings.
Quality: The Air Max 90 G possesses Nike's signature level of craftsmanship, according to some reviewers.
Versatile: Athletes love how they can easily wear the shoe on and off the course. Thanks to its spikeless outsole design and casual style.
Iconic design: A lot of long-time Air Max 90 fans revel at the unaltered, emblematic look that they have always loved from the original Air Max 90.
Lacks traction: Many golf players observe that this model doesn't have the same grippy golf shoe feel as their other pairs. But some are quick to emphasize that "it has more grip than sneakers."
The well-loved Nike Air Max 90 has now been tweaked for golfing performance. Geared toward golf players who are fans of the iconic sneaker, it can keep the wearer looking casually cool without compromising golf efficiency. While the Air Max 90 G's outsole doesn't provide the same traction as other Nike sneaker golf shoes, slippages haven't really been a consistent complaint among testers.
The Victory G Lite from the Swoosh brand is a more affordable offering from the Victory golf shoe line. Compared to the other models in the range decked out with high-end technology, it is equipped with essential golf shoe elements such as cushioned comfort, traction, and stability. What sets it apart from the rest of its siblings is that its laces, lining, sockliner, and upper contain recycled materials.
Modern technologies, modern styling — the React Infinity Pro from Nike is everything you need to deliver maximum performance on your next golf tournament. With its design, it captivates golfers who have an eye for style. But beyond its looks, it's a perfect go-to for those who want the best combination of traction and responsiveness.
The Corescore is a score from 0-100 that summarizes opinions from users and
experts. Below shows the distribution of scores for all golf shoes.
This shoe has a 10% penalty on its user ratings because it has fewer than 50 ratings. It
also has a 10% penalty on its expert reviews because it has fewer than 5 reviews. This is
to avoid that shoes with few ratings unjustly receives high scores.
There is no denying that the Nike Air Zoom Victory Tour 2 covers all the bases in playing golf excellently. The wearer can expect all the essentials - from stability to comfort and protection. The shoe is Nike's attempt to do a more traditional styled golf shoe with a hint of fresh and modern details. Its performance definitely outshines a few workable flaws.
The iconic Roshe proves its unwavering streak as it releases yet another golf-specific edition called the Roshe G Tour. Compared to the relaxed and casual vibe that is the trademark of its predecessor, this piece steps it up a notch in terms of style and features.