Skechers continues to raise the bar by delivering cutting-edge comfort, breakthrough performance technology and exciting new designs.

Skechers has tapped into the award-winning running and lifestyle divisions and added key insights from a roster of Skechers Performance Circuit pros to develop its most advanced golf shoe collection yet.

Key innovations for 2022 include the expansion of Skechers Arch Fit technology across men’s and women’s styles, the introduction of Skechers acclaimed HYPERBURST midsole technology for select models and a redesigned GRIPFLEX spikeless outsole for improved traction.

Introduced in two golf styles for men and women in 2021, Skechers Arch Fit insoles – with podiatrist-certified arch support – are now found in the majority of GO GOLF styles.

It is a removable insole system developed from over 20 years of data and 120,000 unweighted foot scans. The last is designed to conform to your foot, reduce shock and increase weight dispersion, providing better arch support on the course.

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Select styles now also feature Skechers HYPERBURST cushioning, a lightweight and highly responsive midsole material used in Skechers technical running and walking styles. Innovative foam is created using compressed spherical-shaped cells in the midsole for a durable and resilient cushioning experience.

A redesigned GRIPFLEX outsole is also featured in several styles this year.

The studless TPU outsole provides improved traction and stability with a unique combination of multi-directional lugs and static lugs that help grip a variety of surfaces.

“I’ve been wearing and testing Skechers Go Golf for a while now, and this innovative shoe delivers the comfort and performance I need on the course.”

– Matt Fitzpatrick

Skechers Go Golf Shoes for 2022

Skechers Go Golf Pro 5 Hyper golf shoes

Skechers Go Golf Pro 5 Hyper

RRP £140 | SEE THE OFFER

Innovative comfort and style with plenty of features. The spike shoe – as worn by Skechers Performance Pro Matt Fitzpatrick – features a removable Arch Fit comfort sockliner with high performance Resamax cushioning, ultra-lightweight HYPERBURST cushioned midsole, dynamic diamond traction plate with replaceable soft spikes for maximum grip and a waterproof synthetic upper. with a one-year waterproof guarantee. Colors White/blue and black/grey.

Skechers Go Golf Elite 5 Legend Golf Shoes

Skechers Go Golf Elite 5 Legend

RRP £110

Designed with Skechers innovative outsole technology – Skechers GRIPFLEX. This revolutionary traction system features a combination of lugs and multi-directional lugs to provide superior traction and stability, all in a turf-friendly design. Skechers new Arch Fit insole provides podiatrist-certified arch support. Colors Black/white, grey, navy.

Skechers Go Golf Drive 5 Golf Shoes

Skechers Go Golf Drive 5

RRP £90 | SEE THE OFFER

Sleek, casual style and on-course performance arrive in the GO GOLF Drive 5. Designed to be worn on and off the course, this spikeless shoe features a leather and synthetic upper with an Arch Fit sockliner removable and a Goodyear Performance outsole for traction. The versatile pair includes waterproof protection with a 12 month guarantee. Colors White/navy and grey/red.

Skechers Go Golf Walk 5 Golf Shoes

Skechers Go Golf Walk 5

RRP £90 | SEE THE OFFER

Step out with a full suite of supportive comfort features, including Skechers Relaxed Fit for a roomy, comfortable fit. This women’s water repellent spikeless shoe features a lace-up heather mesh upper with synthetic animal print trim, removable Arch Fit sockliner, lightweight ULTRA GO cushioning and Goodyear Performance outsole . Colors Grey/blue, navy/blue.

Four amateur golfers tested the Skechers Go Golf shoes

Four golfers put Skechers’ new Go Golf shoes to the test

Choosing a new pair of golf shoes is an important decision. Price, performance, comfort, style, durability and grip should all be factored into the final purchase.

Finding the right mix of all these features is key – and Skechers thinks its 2022 Go Golf range lives up to expectations. To find out if that’s the case, we invited four golfers from the club to The Belfry to take part in an in-depth test. We wanted to find out if Skechers’ key innovations in 2022 – the expansion of Arch Fit technology, the introduction of Hyper Burst midsole technology and a redesigned GripFlex spikeless outsole – were on the right track. Each player chose two pairs of shoes and took them to the first tee of the famous Brabazon course for two rounds each. That’s how they got along…

Tom Harvey, 15 year old disabled | Lizzy Wood, 4 handicaps | Emma Athow, disability 7 | 21-year-old disabled Roger Bown

How did you find out-of-the-box comfort?

OL: When I first tried them on I found them a bit harsh in that they were platform all the way so I felt a bit taller. However, I quickly got used to this feeling and the comfort was just fine.

RB: They were a little tight when I first put them on, probably because I have very wide feet. But except for a few holes, they were really comfortable.

E: The best I’ve had of any golf shoe. In the past I’ve had shoes that I had to “wear”, but I jumped straight to the 1st tee with these.

AE: First class. It was hard for me to find shoes that I could put on straight on and play 18 holes without hurting myself at all. But in these I could.

What about styling?

OL: I love the Elite 5 Sport, although I wouldn’t necessarily choose them for summer golf. I would probably opt for a lighter color. The sole was unlike anything I had seen before, but it worked great.

RB: Great. I love the colors, especially the bright green. Another important thing, for me, is that the laces stayed intact, unlike my other shoes – I have to keep bending over to tie them.

E: Really classic, simple and ideal for me – I’m not one for super strong colors so blue and white (Drive 5) were perfect.

Four amateur golfers tested Skechers golf shoes for 36 holes at The Belfry

How did you find the grip and traction?

OL: Best shoes I’ve ever had, and I’ve had Skechers before. I was super impressed with the grip, especially as the course was a bit wet when we started. I swing quite fast and have slipped before, and felt very stable in the bunkers as well.

RB: As good as anything I’ve ever worn on the golf course. They held on particularly well in the bunkers, which I found regularly.

E: For a studless shoe, the grip with the Drive 5 was really good – the best I’ve ever experienced. I got into the rough a few times, but they had great grip and stability.

AE: Brilliant, although the Walk 5 shoes are spikeless and were quite wet underfoot at first.

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Would you recommend Skechers?

OL: I certainly would. All my golf shoes are Skechers…I also use them for the gym and for walking the dog!

RB: I fell in love with them (Elite 4 Victory), so absolutely.

E: Absolutely, they are waterproof and I would recommend them to anyone.

AE: Certainly, especially the Walk 5 – a very comfortable and wide shoe.

What did you like the most?

OL: Stability. Everyone knows comfort with Skechers; you put them on and you don’t have to worry about blisters or rubbing, but the stability was impressive.

RB: Just the overall shoe – it was absolutely perfect, perfect.

E: The Complete Package: A traditional look with a modern twist, they’re comfortable and grippy. You couldn’t ask for more in a golf shoe.

AE: I liked the sponginess, especially in the Walk 5 – it was like walking on air, even coming off the 18th green.

Negative points?

OL: Nothing, except that I wouldn’t choose black shoes to play in the summer.

RB: The coloring (green) may not suit everyone, but it all depends on your personal choice.

E: No. If I saw them in a golf store I would consider them right away.

AE: Not really. I had a Skechers model before, but the Walk 5s are even more comfortable.

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Were there any big differences between the two pairs you tried on?

OL: The Walk 5s are maybe a bit like a trainer, so they’re very comfortable. If you are walking for a long time they are great. But I preferred the Elite 5 Sport for performance, because I’m there and I hit pretty hard, so I need more stability; ideal for competitive golf and when you need to be on your game.

RB: I felt more comfortable in the Elite 4 Victory shoes. There was a bit of platforming in the Elite 5 Sport, so I just felt a little high when addressing the ball.

E: I noticed a difference with the morning run played spikeless (Drive 5) and spikes (Pro 5 Hyper), which provided almost too much traction so I had to adjust slightly. These would make great winter shoes.

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