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FootJoy Classic Golf Shoes


FootJoy Classic Golf Shoes – Professionals Who Wear FootJoy

FootJoy classic golf shoes are popular with a huge number of golf shop and people who enjoy the sport. They have been providing superior footwear for many years now, and have been the leading golf shoe on the PGA tour for more than 55 years. Now you are aware of this fact, let’s take a look at some of the professionals that wear FootJoy golf shoes.

There is only one place to begin, and this is with Adam Scott. The Australian golfer has had 29 professional wins and is currently ranked within the top ten in the world. In fact, he was actually ranked number one between May and August 2014. One of his most notable wins was the Masters Tournament in 2013. He currently wears the DryJoys Casual, which offer superior stability thanks to the perimeter weighted outsole, supple cushioning due to the Fine Tune Foam (FTF), and super soft ECL leather uppers. Another player who wears the DryJoys Casual is Louis Oosthuizen. The South African golfer achieved a fourth place rating in the Official World Golf Rankings during 2013. American golfer Zach Johnson, who is currently ranked within the top 20, wears FootJoy golf shoes as well, although he is a fan of the DryJoys Tour shoes. These shoes boast a traditional style with a cutting edge thanks to the stability that is provided from PODS technology, ensuring ideal stability and flexibility. Finally, Jimmy Walker, another American golfer who currently players on the PGA Tour, wears Icon Black shoes, which boast a timeless style and premium quality materials.

If you want to purchase FootJoy classic golf shoes, we have a range for sale at Foremost Golf Ltd. As the largest UK golf retail group, you can be confident of the highest level of quality and service when you choose us. Get started today by heading to our online golf shop: If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to get in touch.