Keep your feet dry and your performance at peak performance with these waterproof shoes.

Golf fans, there is good news and bad news. The good news: finally, it’s Masters week. More than 19 months after Tiger Woods’ Masters triumph, the golf world returns to Augusta National for the last major championship of 2020. It could even be called a Great news.

And the bad news? There is rain in the forecast for most of the week in Augusta. Now, rain at the Masters is usually a bad thing (and not just for caddies in white gear). For one thing, it’s the only tournament a year where fans yearn to see colors and pigments in their best light, and usually that means with shadows and sunlight.

On the other hand, playing in the rain makes golf harder, even for the best players. Sure, the greens are softer and more receptive, but it’s hard to accomplish any task – let alone such a daunting task as competing in a major championship – while you’re out of it. . And if you slip and smash your way around the course in shoes that aren’t designed to withstand the elements, you’ll find it quite difficult to stay comfortable.

Considering the forecast, here are five of our favorite waterproof golf shoes perfect for keeping your performance (and your feet) safe from the elements.

5 Best Waterproof Golf Shoes

The shoe with a TWO-YEAR weather guarantee

All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you purchase a related product, GOLF.COM may earn fees. Price may vary.

Adidas Tour360 XT

$199.99

The Adidas Tour360 XT golf shoe is a popular choice among those who play golf for a living, and for good reason. It starts with the premium leather upper that provides durability and an easy to clean surface. The upper features Climaproof weather resistance and a 360Wrap that wraps around the entire foot and locks it in place for exceptional midfoot support. Speaking of which, the foot is also supported by the responsive Boost midsole that cushions every step for all-day comfort. And if that’s not enough, the Tour360 XT also includes an eco-friendly Torsion Tunnel on the outsole for greater flexibility while providing added arch support. When it comes to gripping prowess, the Tour360 XT golf shoe offers strategically placed X-Traxion secondary cleats and an eight-stud Puremotion TPU outsole with Thintech EXP cleats. Comes with a 2 year weather guarantee. We believe the Tour360 XT epitomizes what it means to be a modern player’s golf shoe. It has all the style and substance anyone needs to look and play their best.

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Rickie Fowler’s Favorite

Puma IGNITE PROADAPT

$199.99

Leaning more towards a traditional look and fit, the Puma IGNITE ProAdapt golf shoe offers Tour-level stability and comfort. The full-grain leather upper offers supple softness, added durability, and a clean, sophisticated look. Speaking of leather, it’s waterproof and comes with a one-year waterproof warranty. The stability and entry comfort of the IGNITE midsole foam helps keep feet energized longer, and the outsole features strategically placed flex grooves to enhance natural motion. This shoe offers ultimate ground feel thanks to the dual hardness Tornado Cleat System. Combined, these features work together to improve energy transfer from the ground, through the body and into the golf ball. Ask Rickie Fowler. These are the shoes he wears.

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Gore-Tex quality, Green Jacket performance

ECCO Biom G 3 BOA

$260

The Ecco Men’s Biom G 3 BOA Golf Shoe features 100% waterproof GORE-TEX technology that combines perfect breathability with strong weather protection. By using Biom’s NATURAL MOTION formula, you’ll feel closer to the ground, allowing for a more stable and comfortable base. The YAK leather upper is extremely strong and lightweight with incredible breathability and increased durability. The BOA closure system is designed for ultimate comfort, easy fit and adjustability. ZARMA-TOUR spikes are designed for better ground traction. Plus, the open-cell Ortholite sockliner is removable and washable, as well as designed for long-lasting cushioning.

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The most versatile golf shoe

Adidas Code Chaos

$149.99

The Adidas Code Chaos spikeless golf shoe offers a lightweight and stable feel. It is constructed with a durable Adiwear rubber outsole that includes Chaos Traxion with soft Twist Grip rubber. Code Chaos also sports a Torsion X stability bar that provides footing off the ground and a responsive Boost midsole in FitFoam. Comfort is found in its textile lining and an INSITE insole which also improves balance. The textile upper provides water protection to keep your feet dry and comes with a one-year waterproof warranty. Need more conviction? GOLF.com’s Kevin Cunningham wrote about what makes the Code Chaos unique here.

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Waterproof arch support

New Balance NB Tour

$99.95

The least race-like of the NB golf shoe options and perhaps the best looking, the New Balance NB Tour golf shoe is loaded with features to help you play your best while keeping you cool. comfortable and looking your best. It’s made with waterproof microfiber leather and ultralight support and the TPU outsole is specially designed to follow your natural movement for comfort and performance. This means less energy is wasted slipping or sliding as you swing, and more energy transfer into the golf ball. The shoe also features the streamlined Champ Slim-Lok system and New Balance’s REVlite 10mm drop sole with lightweight foam that provides superior response and durability.

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James Colgan

Golf.com Editor

James Colgan is associate editor at GOLF, contributing stories for the website and magazine on a wide range of topics. He writes the Hot Mic, GOLF’s weekly media column, and uses his experience broadcasting across the brand’s social media and video platforms. A 2019 graduate of Syracuse University, James — and obviously, his golf game — is still thawing after four years in the snow, during which time he cut his teeth at NFL Films, CBS News and Fox Sports. Prior to joining GOLF, James was a caddy scholarship recipient (and crafty looper) on Long Island, where he is from.