There are many pieces of golf equipment that are unnecessary for most golfers. One piece of equipment that doesn't fall in that category are golf shoes. There are many different types of golf shoes on the market, so it's hard to find the right pair for you. This article will endeavor to teach you all you need to know about golf shoes so you can make an informed decision when you decide to go buy a pair. Golf Shoe Type One The first type of golf shoes that are very popular amongst many players on the PGA, are studded shoes.
Now you're probably wondering "isn't every golf shoe studded?" and you're right. Every golf shoe is studded except the types of studs carry from shoe to shoe. The first one we will be talking about is the metal studded golf shoe. In fact the studs are more like metal spikes and gives players extra grip when they are taking their shot. Extra grip usually means more balance and a well balanced stance is generally going to create a much smoother and cleaner shot. Lately there has been one concern with metal studded golf shoes and that is the fact they tend to damage greens when players are putting.
There is nothing more frustrating for a golfer when their ball strikes a divot in the green when they are putting. It's something that of course has been addressed and with that we can move onto the second type of golf shoe. Golf Shoe Type Two The second type of golf shoe that is beginning to become more popular than the first is the rubber studded golf shoe.
Most players on the PGA wear a pair of rubber studded golf shoes. Most people who wear them say there is no difference between the level of balance attained from the rubber studs and the metal studs. This is great news because rubber studs tend to make very little if not any damage to the surface of greens.
This means that there will be a reduction in the number of balls missing the hole due to divots in the green. This of course is going to save a hec of a lot of frustration for everyone. Therefore if you are looking to buy a pair of new golf shoes than your best bet is to buy a pair of rubber studded shoes.
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