Among the flurry of new drivers and putters has been an influx of new golf shoes. So what has caught our expert's eye so far?

We’re nearing the end of equipment launch season after new clubs from PingTaylorMadeCobraCallawayOdyssey and Titleist. We’ve had plenty of new balls too, so what’s missing? You guessed it – because it’s in the headline – so let’s take a look at the new golf shoes for 2020…

New golf shoes: FootJoy

We’ve already seen the launch of the new Pro SL and Pro SL Carbon this season. Now FootJoy are back to unveil their full spikeless shoe range for 2020. For FootJoy it’s all about on-course performance while providing off-course comfort, style, and versatility. So let’s get on with it…

New golf shoes: FootJoy Flex XP

First up, Flex have gone waterproof.

Given the ‘summer’ weather we get here in the UK I think you’ll all agree this is a great new addition.

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The new Flex XP offers the comfort and flexibility of the original Flex model but with 100% protection from the new waterproof uppers.

Available: Now
RRP: £109.99
More information: FootJoy website

New golf shoes: FootJoy Flex

Upgraded from 2019 the Flex is now available in an exclusive new grey colour. The lightweight uppers and fitbed cushioning make this the perfect summer (or household isolation) shoe.

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The Flex is now also available for women which I was particularly excited about when these beauties landed on my desk.

Available: Now
RRP: £79.99
More information: FootJoy website

New golf shoes: FootJoy Contour Casual

Designed to compliment the Spiked Contour model the new Contour Casual combine a soft, leather upper with a PU fitbed for comfort and added heel support. Perfect for you traditionalists out there who want a comfy summer shoe.

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Available: Now
RRP: £99.99
More information: FootJoy website

New golf shoes: FootJoy SuperLites XP

Waterproof, lightweight and flexible – all the qualities you want in a golf shoe for the summer months.

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Available: Now
RRP: £99.99
More information: FootJoy website

New golf shoes: FootJoy Pro SL

The new infinity outsole of the Pro SL means there are more points of contact between shoe and ground – 189 to be exact – and what FootJoy are calling the ‘Powerharness’ works in the same sort of way as the ‘Powerstrap’ on the Tour X in providing more medial and lateral stability.

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The shoe is also available in a Carbon offering. It features a full-length carbon fibre inlay on the infinity outsole for even more stability and traction.

Available: Now
RRP: £149.99/£169.99 (BOA) £179.99 (carbon)
More information: FootJoy Pro SL review

New golf shoes: FootJoy Tour X

The TPU PowerPlate outsole with Launch Pod technology is the most stable FootJoy have to offer with the nine launch pods on the bottom covering an increased surface area meaning there’s even more width and stability than before.

Additionally, a bolder graphic underfoot provides a visually striking look sure to grab attention.

FootJoy Tour X

Available: Now
RRP: £179.99/£199.99 (Boa)
More information: FootJoy Tour X Review

There’s some limited edition Ecco’s next…