Golf shoes are important to the success of your game, especially when you consider that the average golfer walks about 4 to 5 miles during a game, and spends a considerable length of time on his feet. Here are some things to consider when choosing golf shoes:
Before selecting a size, measure both feet. If you get different measurements, then choose the size that fits the larger foot.
When you try new golf shoes, wear the kind of socks that you intend to wear with your shoes.
Be sure that you have one-half inch of space from the end of your big toe to the tip of the shoe.
Soft flexible leather
A thick cushioned sole to keep your feet comfortable and reduce shock
A padded tongue that will reduce or prevent irritation to the tendons
A wide toe box that does not rub against toes- those that do will cause blisters