In honor of the legend, Freddie Couples, ECCO releases the limited edition Masters Edition BIOM Hybrid shoe, with a laser-etched (a laser!) signature of the 1992 Masters Champion. Freddie’s ‘john hancock’ will be engraved in gold color on the exclusive run of only 275 pairs. Each shoe will be individually numbered, so you know this will be a collector’s fav soon enough. You know the brand, you know the man, you know there are only 100 available online at eccousa.com, so cop a pair now.
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TaylorMade is on a mission to open up the game of golf to more players and expand the sport. As part of that effort, the company introduces the 15-inch hole golf course. A very interesting way to broaden the game, these larger holes allow for faster play and more exciting times to be had by all. More birdies, eagles, chip-ins, hole-outs, and probably some more aces. As TaylorMade says, it’s not to change the game completely, but to be additive to what the Tour pros play and make it easier and more fun for people to start playing golf. All for that. The Delofted folks will definitely give it a try.
The pioneers in the spikeless, comfortable golf shoe – ECCO – have released their newest, high performance shoe, the Street EVO One. This is the next generation of the company’s best selling golf spikes and features Hydroma technology, flexible light weight construction and a low profile for greater stability, feel and power. Pretty sweet looking too. Six sick looking colorways are available.
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Nike Golf drops their franchise lineup of limited edition Masters shoes, just in time for the first Major of the year. Nike shows us the Nike TW’ 14, Nike Lunar Control and Nike Lunar Clayton. Sticking with tradition, each spike features white leather uppers and a some nice colorful green accents from the outsole to the laces to the Nike swoosh. Understated, yet decidedly Nike.
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Red Bull heads down to Dallas, Texas, and teams up Rickie Fowler and fellow PGA Tour pro Colt Knost in a head-to-head battle. The two see who could get closest to the pin on a custom-built, Texas-shaped green in Victory Plaza, near the American Airlines arena. The victory swing comes down to the final shot – over a building, blind with an imminent weather advisory. Didn’t we see this in a McDonald’s basketball commercial back in the day?
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Industry stalwart FootJoy drops their latest in shoes, the D.N.A. (DryJoys Next Advancement). They are part of the successful DryJoys franchise and are constructed of exclusive ChromoSkin Pittards leather which is extremely soft, thin, lightweight, and durable. The outsole is a thin yet stable TPU providing support and stability throughout the swing. It also features a soft foam collar a SnugFit tongue with featuring micro-vent technology which means your feet will hopefully be able to breathe and be comfortable. A slew of accented colors are available for sale now.
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Our good friends at TRUE release the suede chukka-inspired Rebel high spikes with a mid-top profile. Part of the Ryan Moore Signature Series, this shoe was specifically designed for a PGA Tour pro to offer the comfort and style of the chukka but with a sensei outsole to ensure stability and traction during the round. The grey suede colorway is a limited edition run. Cop a pair.
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The funny guys at Dude Perfect produced this hilarious look at the various stereotypes in the game of golf. It’s fairly certain that everyone know some friend or golfing buddy that fulfills one of these profiles. Which one are you?
One of our favorite shoe makers True Linkswear drops the limited edition Proto LE for the US Open held at beautiful Merion. The proto screams True Linkswear performance and that is what it delivers with our new sensei outsole, which provides enhanced stability and traction. Every TRUE proto features a two-year limited waterproof guarantee and will ship with two pairs of laces: one neutral and one color pop.
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