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When it comes to golf shoes, one brand that certainly provides variety is Nike. Whether you want spiked, spikeless, or trainer style shoes, Nike has you covered. Here, we're going to break down the best Nike golf shoes of 2024. 

Nike have been hugely popular with their golf shoes with the likes of Rory McIlroy, Brooks Koepka, Tony Finau and more choosing them not just because of their performance but also because of their looks. 

But, which Nike golf shoe should you be adding to your rotation in 2024? It's not an easy question to answer.

To help you make your decision, we have picked Nike’s best golf shoes of 2024 and compiled them here.

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Nike Air Jordan Low G 1
Nike Air Jordan Low G
Perfect for the golfer looking for style on and off the course

PROS

  • Air cushioning for comfort
  • Integrated traction pattern for better grip
  • Bold colour-blocking recreates the classic look

CONS

  • Not as much grip as a spiked shoe
Available for £134.99 from Nike

Inspired by the iconic 1985 Air Jordan Low the Air Jordan 1 G is an instant classic on the course.

With air cushioning underfoot, a Wings logo on the heel and an integrated traction pattern to help you power through your swing, these deliver all the looks of the Air Jordan Low plus everything you need to play 18 holes in comfort. Genuine leather and bold colour-blocking recreate the classic look with air cushioning  in the heel to cushion every step. Based on the design of the original outsole, the integrated traction pattern includes a forefoot pivot circle so you can swing away and feel your best. 

A classic design made into a shoe that will serve you well on the golf course.

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Nike Mule golf shoes
Nike Air Jordan Mule
Slide in and out of your golf shoes (Yes, they are golf shoes!) in style

PROS

  • Easy slip on and off
  • Memory foam for extra cushioning
  • Synthetic-leather gusseted tongue offers easy access

CONS

  • Won't keep the back of your feet dry in the rain
  • The looks will not be for everyone
Available for £99 from Nike

If you want something that’s easy to slip on and off, then you’ll like this Nike Air Jordan Mule.

These definitely stand out with a unique design. But, it’s easy to slip on and complete with Jordan comfort. The Mule style construction offers hands-free entry which can be used not just the course but off it as well. A comfy memory foam sits directly under your foot for extra cushioning with a synthetic-leather gusseted tongue offers easy access into the shoe. It's comfortable against your ankle and easy to clean so you’re looking fresh. 

Look, we know that for obvious reasons, these won't be for everyone. When it comes to heel stability, there are other options in this range that might perform better. But, if these are something you like the look of, then you'll not be disappointed.

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Nike Air Jordan ADG 1
Nike Air Jordan ADG 5
A traditional golf shoe with classic Jordan comfort and traction

PROS

  • More room in the forefoot for great comfort levels
  • Super-comfy Formula 23 foam
  • Great traction all over the outsole

CONS

  • Not many colours to pick from
Available for £184.99 from Nike

Next up, we've got a more traditional looking golf shoe from Nike, that we love.

The Air Jordan ADG 5 has been recently improved with more room in the forefoot and better traction all over the outsole with added super-comfy Formula 23 foam. The full-length Formula 23 foam delivers responsive support for your entire foot with added room in the forefoot, so your toes will not be scrunched together when you're on the course. The updated rubber traction pattern provides better multi-directional grip with a premium leather upper made from lightweight stretch skin, which helps keep water out and makes the shoe easier to clean. This fully waterproof design looks, feels good and has great performance.  

If you've been looking for a golf shoe that performs very well and looks the part, with some classic Nike styling, you're in the right place here.

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Nike Zoom Air Tour Victory
Nike Air Zoom Victory Tour 3
A modern golf shoe with classic Nike air cushioning and great traction

PROS

  • All-new Tour Flex Pro from Softspikes for great grip
  • Zoom air unit and cushioned foam delivers great comfort
  • A full-length plate beneath the Air unit helps increase energy return

CONS

  • None
Available for £209.99 from Nike

If you’re wanting a modern look and often walk more than 18 holes in a day, these could be a great option.

The all-new Tour Flex Pro from Softspikes in the three key forefoot spike locations, plus the Silver Tornado spikes in the lateral and heel locations, offer exceptional traction in all conditions in these stunning golf shoes. A Zoom Air unit is stitched directly to the upper instead of being set into foam, so it responds to every step. A full-length plate beneath the Air unit helps increase energy return with cushiony foam under the heel delivers an extremely smooth ride. The full-grain leather has a supple feel and sophisticated look, nodding to golf shoes from past generations with an internal strap stretching over to secure your foot.

It's no surprise that we see these shoes on the feet of many tour pros, including Rory McIlroy. If they're good enough for him, they're certainly good enough for us. 

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Nike Pegasus golf shoe
Nike Air Pegasus '89 G
A classic spin on an iconic design now made for the golf course

PROS

  • Classic retro design with a modern golf spin
  • Wet-rubber traction gives you a great multi-directional grip
  • Two soft supportive foams in the forefoot and heel.

CONS

  • Traction may not be as good as a spiked design
Available for £109.99 from Nike

The Nike Air Pegasus '89 G has been designed to deliver on the golf course, with a twist on a classic trainer style shoe. 

Not only do these look great, but they will perform well, too. The wet-rubber traction gives you a great multi-directional grip on different undulating conditions. The midsole is made up of two soft yet supportive foams in the forefoot and heel. There's a hidden Zoom Air unit in the heel boosting comfort combined with a synthetic-leather overlay, stretch skin and mesh make for an elevated level of defence against the elements keeping you dry. The wet-rubber integrated traction pattern is inspired by the original Peg '89 but elevated for golf, offering great grip in any condition. 

We think these look absolutely brilliant and for dry summer days on the golf course, they're a class pair of shoes.

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Nike Air Max
Nike Air Max 1 '86 OG G
A great take on a Nike classic that can now perform on the course

PROS

  • Synthetic upper provides water resistance
  • Traction pattern that gives you grip on the course in various conditions.
  • The four-window design allows you a grand view of the optimal cushioning

CONS

  • Again, you won't see the grip you get in a traditional spiked shoe
Available for £154.99 from Nike

Another iconic shoe that has hit the course is the Nike Air Max 1 G and we're big fans.

Featuring the four-window design that allows you to peek at the large Air unit underneath, these look the part, while giving you comfort on the course and confidence in your game. These have the original Air Max 1 details you love, clean lines and unmistakable colours, and is paired with Nike’s game-changing golf technology, so you can play all day, all year round. The four-window design allows you a grand view of the optimal cushioning with every step. The design details are inspired by the ageless look of the Air Max 1 that was released in 1986, included the debossed "Nike Air" logo on the heel. The synthetic upper provides water resistance in all-weather conditions with an updated traction pattern that gives you grip on the course in various conditions. 

Another trainer style golf shoe from Nike that will appeal to a wide audience. A classic.

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Nike Infinity Tour
Nike Infinity Tour 2
A more modern and fashion forward design worn by the likes of Brooks Koepka

PROS

  • New updated foam and a flattened Air Zoom unit for comfort
  • Improved energy return to help in your swing
  • Two integrated spikes added in the forefoot, there is a total of six for great grip

CONS

  • Colour options might not be to everyone's taste
Available for £159.99 from Nike

The Nike Infinity Tour 2 has more spikes than the previous generation, updated foam and a flattened Air Zoom unit, making it a top quality, golf-specific choice.

With plenty of bounce and comfort, these are ideal for wherever you play. With two more integrated spikes added in the forefoot, there are a total of six for great grip on the course. The spikes are placed under the Air Zoom unit to provide better energy return and added comfort. The Air Zoom unit is lower to the ground, offering you better stability without sacrificing comfort. The updated midsole foam offers a different level of stability for a more consistent underfoot feel, helping keep you stable throughout your round. The upper is made from Nike Flyweave construction, which gives you lightweight strength and containment.

If you want style along with a top performing golf shoe, then this is the perfect combination.

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Nike Free Golf NN
Nike Free Golf NN  
Perfect if you like the freedom and support of running shoes with golf traction control

PROS

  • Nike’s lowest-to-the-ground golf shoe for great feedback
  • Free technology in the forefoot offers flexibility
  • Brio cables are tunnelled into the shoe's upper to secure it to the outsole for more support

CONS

  • May not be quite right if you want something more supportive
Available for £129.99 from Nike

If you’re a fan of the Nike Free running shoes and want something similar for the golf course then take a look at these.

The Nike Free Golf uses some of Nike’s running footwear technology to make it even more functional on the golf course. It's Nike’s lowest-to-the-ground golf shoe, offering freedom when you're on the tee, fairway and green. The Nike Free technology in the forefoot offers flexibility, helping you move with ease. Brio cables are tunnelled into the shoe's upper to secure it to the outsole, and provide strength and support without adding bulky materials.

Overall, these are a great pair of shoes for someone who values comfort and looks in their golf shoes. As we say, however, you might find more support in some of the other models in this list.

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Nike Air Jordan high top
Nike Air Jordan I High G
Style it out with a high top golf shoe that is comfortable and looks great

PROS

  • Air cushioning underfoot for great comfort
  • The rubber-integrated spikeless traction pattern includes a forefoot pivot circle
  • Inspired by one of the most iconic sneakers of all time

CONS

  • None, it's a classic!
Available for £184.99 from Nike

The one you've all been waiting for, the Nike Air Jordan 1 High G. Or, the high top, for short.

The Air Jordan I High G is influenced by one of the most iconic sneakers of all time, the Air Jordan I. With Air cushioning underfoot for great comfort, a Wings logo on the heel and an integrated traction pattern to help you power through your swing, you have the bold colour-blocking recreating the classic look. Based on the design of the original outsole, the rubber-integrated spikeless traction pattern includes a forefoot pivot circle.

Look, we know this won't be for everyone, but it's a great golf shoe. Classic in looks, comfort and now made for the golf course, this retro classic is one that stands out. 

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Nike Air Jordan 9 G
Nike Air Jordan 9 G  
Perfect if you love that modern Air Jordan comfort combined with fashionable design

PROS

  • Memory foam insole that sits directly under your foot for extra cushioning.
  • A strong plastic plate comes with 7 removable Champs spikes to give great traction
  • Synthetic leather tongue offers comfort against your ankle with the waterproof layering keeping your feet dry

CONS

  • Not cheap
Available for £229.99  from Nike

Just look at these. Old school Air Jordan design in a golf shoe. Does it get any better?

The '93 classic was released during Michael Jordan's first year in retirement and it has been given a golf makeover. A memory foam insole and synthetic leather tongue highlight a low-top design with the memory foam insole that sits directly under your foot for extra cushioning. The full-length foam offers the soft, supportiveness you’d expect in a Jordan. The synthetic leather tongue offers comfort against your ankle with the waterproof layering keep your feet dry and warm when the elements turn. A strong plastic plate comes with seven removable Champs spikes to give you traction for the course and look your best walking the fairways. 

We know these are expensive and we know they won't be to everyone's taste, but they're top quality and if you get a pair, you won't regret it.

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How we picked

Performance Consistency

We meticulously evaluated each piece of equipment's performance across a number of variables.

Forgiveness and Playability

With golf clubs, our assessment always considered the versatility and forgiveness levels, especially on off-centre strikes.

Innovative Technology

We scrutinise the incorporation of innovative technology in each piece of equipment we review.

Customisation

We consider factors like adjustable features and customisation options available to the buyer.


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James Tait is bunkered’s Gear Editor. Want to know how the latest Callaway driver, Vokey wedge or Scotty Cameron putter performs? He’s the guy to ask. Better yet, just watch his videos on the bunkered YouTube channel. One of the biggest hitters in the UK, James also competes on the World Long Drive circuit and is a descendent of former Amateur champion Freddie Tait.

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