Monday, February 19, 2007
1. Footjoy FJ Impulse
$125; 800-224-8501 or

2. Nike SP-6 Tour
Nike's renowned Air-Sole heel gives you that extra bounce, while supple waterproof leather keeps your toes dry. A Poron sockliner molds to your foot's contours for a snug fit. $120; 888-799-6453 or

3. Adidas Tour Metal
800-888-2582 or

4. Ecco Casual Sneaker Hydromax
Fashion-forward GOLF MAGAZINE Contributing Player Aaron Baddeley endorses Ecco, but there's more here than style. Hydromax leather means rain stays out and comfort's built in. A replaceable insole soaks up sweat. Not yours, Badds--we know you never sweat. $170; 800-886-3226 or

Sneakers Allowed
Golfers have finally shed their non-athletic image. Golf shoes have followed suit with sneaker-style designs. You'll feel more like Carl Lewis than J.L. Lewis in Nike's new Air max Summer TW ($85, pictured)

That '70s Shoe
\nThe all-white golf shoe is back with a vengeance this year. And the beauty part is, white shoes go with anything--except flared plaid trousers. Slip into a pair of FootJoy's slick DryJoys P.R.O. ($160, pictured)

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