13 Best Women's Golf Shoes

List Updated June 2022

Bestselling Women's Golf Shoes in 2022


adidas Women's W Climacool II-W, White/Silver Metallic/Flash Red, 8 M US

adidas Women's W Climacool II-W, White/Silver Metallic/Flash Red, 8 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022

New Balance Women's nbgw1006 Golf Shoe, Grey/Pink, 8 B US

New Balance Women's nbgw1006 Golf Shoe, Grey/Pink, 8 B US
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
  • Flexible Ndurance spikeless rubber outsole
  • REVLite midsole with a 4mm drop
  • Ortholite insole for cool, dry comfort
  • light weight

PUMA Biofly Mesh Golf Shoes 2016 Ladies, Light Grey/Peach, 6 M US

PUMA Biofly Mesh Golf Shoes 2016 Ladies, Light Grey/Peach, 6 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
  • Puma

adidas Women's Response Light Golf Shoe, Core Black/Iron Metallic/Flash Pink, 7 M US

adidas Women's Response Light Golf Shoe, Core Black/Iron Metallic/Flash Pink, 7 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022

Skechers Performance Women's Go Golf Birdie Golf Shoe, White Mesh, 8.5 M US

Skechers Performance Women's Go Golf Birdie Golf Shoe, White Mesh, 8.5 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022
  • Lightweight, fused engineered upper
  • Durable tpu grip outsole
  • Responsive 5gen cushioning
  • Goga max insole
  • Water resistant

ECCO Women's Casual Hybrid Knit Golf Shoe, White Black/White, 41 EU/10-10.5 M US

ECCO Women's Casual Hybrid Knit Golf Shoe, White Black/White, 41 EU/10-10.5 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
  • A hybrid golf shoe that can be worn on and off the golf course
  • Leather upper provides a comfortable feel and excellent breathability
  • ECCO HYDROMAX treated leather upper is superbly weather and perspiration resistant
  • Removable leather comfort fiber insole offers extra width
  • E-DTS Hybrid Technology outsole provides 800 traction angles for excellent grip

PUMA Golf Women's SUNNYLITE V2 Golf Shoe, White-Gray Violet-Purple Cactus Flower, 8.5 Medium US

PUMA Golf Women's SUNNYLITE V2 Golf Shoe, White-Gray Violet-Purple Cactus Flower, 8.5 Medium US
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022
  • Microfiber synthetic leather for lightweight durability and comfort

Skechers Performance Women's Go Golf Elite 2 Stellar Golf Shoe,Gray,8 M US

Skechers Performance Women's Go Golf Elite 2 Stellar Golf Shoe,Gray,8 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • Tpu grip outsole
  • Lightweight, responsive 5gen cushioning
  • Goga max insole
  • Water-resistant
  • Lightweight and breathable heathered textile upper

adidas Women's W CC Ballerina II-W, Running White/Silver Metallic/Chambray, 7 M US

adidas Women's W CC Ballerina II-W, Running White/Silver Metallic/Chambray, 7 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022

Skechers Performance Women's Go Walk 2 Backswing Golf Shoe,Gray/Blue,8 M US

Skechers Performance Women's Go Walk 2  Backswing Golf Shoe,Gray/Blue,8 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022
  • Radically lightweight and comfortable
  • Resalyte midsole cushioning
  • Soft heathered fabric upper
  • Resagrip spikeless outsole for traction

PUMA Women's Tustin Slip-ON Golf Shoe, Silver White, 7.5 Medium US

PUMA Women's Tustin Slip-ON Golf Shoe, Silver White, 7.5 Medium US
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2022
  • Microfiber
  • Hidden Traction
  • Water Resistant

adidas Women's W Adistar Sport, FTWR White/Silver Metallic/Baja Blue-TMAG, 7 M US

adidas Women's W Adistar Sport, FTWR White/Silver Metallic/Baja Blue-TMAG, 7 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2022
  • Lace-up gold shoe with signature side stripes featuring patterned tongue and collar
  • Stretch mesh lining
  • Cushioned cloudfoam insole
  • Spikeless puremotion outsole featuring Swing Plane Traction for flexibility and grip

ECCO Women's Casual Hybrid Sport-W Golf Shoe, Silver, 37 EU/6-6.5 M US

ECCO Women's Casual Hybrid Sport-W Golf Shoe, Silver, 37 EU/6-6.5 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2022
  • A hybrid golf shoe that can be worn on and off the golf course
  • Leather upper provides a comfortable feel and excellent breathability
  • ECCO HYDROMAX treated leather upper is superbly weather and perspiration resistant
  • Removable leather comfort fiber insole offers extra width
  • E-DTS Hybrid Technology outsole provides 800 traction angles for excellent grip

Blood on the Wall: Walking in the Shoes of a Mexican Border Crosser

The US/ Mexico border is a dividing line between two worlds, one rich, one poor and trail through a history of conflict.

The driver scans the terrain around him through narrowed eyes. He is wary of the U.S. Border Patrol. But what makes his pulse hammer in fear, is that his competition may be out in the underbrush waiting for him, for he is a coyote, a smuggler of human beings.

His passengers jammed in the back of the pick up, they too have heard the stories of what can happen at the remote crossing points to North America. One woman makes the sign of the cross across her chest and quietly prays to the blessed virgin for safe passage. Her petition is cut short in a violent instant.

A car roars up along the pick up, from its open windows, the flash of rifle muzzles lash out, bullets crack against metal and flesh. There are screams

One bullet shatters the hand of the coyote, the steering wheel spins away from his control, the truck staggers to a halt, dust settling around it.

From the car 4 men emerge , waving assault rifles. These bandits have come for hostages, to held until their families ransom their freedom. The gunmen take those who can still move. The wounded are left behind, they are of no value.

When the kidnappers had gone, the coyote cradles his injured hand and begins to walk. He manages to make to a phone and from there the Border patrol responds. They return to the pick up and find three dead and several other wounded. The officers know this is becoming a more common occurrence on the boundary between the US and Mexico.

That border is a dividing line between two worlds, one rich, one poor and trail through a history of conflict.

One such conflict erupted in November 1910. with a revolt that attempted to change the equation of wealth and power that kept most of the Mexican people in poverty.

A famous leader of that revolution, Pancho Villa, won a major victory against the corrupt government of Mexican President Porfirio Diaz in 1911 at the town of Ciudad Juarez. Americas across the Rio Grande in El Paso, viewed the battle while sitting atop rail road box cars, the more prudent having brought parasols and light refreshments.

But then as it is now, when blood flows in Mexico it seeps northward. In 1915, Villa who up that time had been receiving arms from the U.S. government saw that support, switched to his rival, Venustiano Carranza, on the order of President Woodrow Wilson.

Villa retaliated. In January of 1916 a detachment of his troops attacked a train in Chihuahua and slaughtered 18 Americans, who were employees of the railroad company.

Then in March, Villa sent Ramon Quesada and a thousand men onto American territory. They attacked Columbus, New Mexico, killing 10 soldiers and 8 civilians. The raiders took horses and weapons, then burned the town.

However, all of Quesada men did not make it back to Mexico to enjoy the loot. They ran into the wrong end of US Army machine guns. The American soldiers, seeing the town they were defending burning before their eyes, pulled their triggers hard, laying out 80 of the attackers, dead on the sand.

As battles go, it was minor skirmish for Villa but a major trauma for the US. Invaders had spilled American blood on American territory. President Wilson sent General John Pershing along with 6,000 soldiers into Mexico to hunt down Villa. The General never caught him.

Villa's end came in 1923 at Parral, Chihuahua, assassinated by one of his many enemies. The memory of Villa lingers on, as a hero to many Mexicans and to many Americans as a fear of violence that might cross over southern border. As some say history ignored is history repeated, usually with bad results

It is a history whose birth one could trace to an altar that stood inside a cathedral just north of Mexico City, where on February of 1848, Senor Luis Cuevos, the sound of American cannons still roaring in his ears, signed his name on the Treaty of Guadalupe.

When the ink dried the US Mexico war of 1846-1848 ended. The nation of Mexico became 15 million dollars richer and 525,000 square miles of land poorer.

The United States of America craved that war gained territory out into what became the states of Texas, California and Nevada, and parts of Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico and Wyoming. Our nation now stretched from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean and down south to the Rio Grande River.

It's a land deal that left a deep scar on the Mexican psyche and which still many in that nation regard as illegitimate. Some give expression to this belief at night, they lay in wait for US Border patrol trucks. The vehicles which are armored up like something from a Mad Max film, come rumbling by on the American side of the border.

Just yards away, rocks, bottles and curses are hurled from Mexico at the trucks metal hide. Take that Yankee. Crack! Build a wall to keep me out of my ancestors land. Boom! However high you build it. I will find a way to get around, under or over it.

And so they do.

Some come from places like Honduras, Guatemala and Nicaragua, but most are from Mexico. Over a million illegal immigrants a year, cross the deserts of Arizona, wade through the Rio Grande, or cram themselves in the back of semis speeding up the free trade corridor into California. All too many, while running the gauntlet of predators along the migration route are robbed, raped or murdered.

They come to feed the ravenous appetite for cheap labor of corporate America's construction, service, and agricultural sectors.

Others smuggle in parcels to sate American users lust for Heroin and Marijuana, which sends billions down to the Mexican state of Sinoloa, where narco traffickers, sit on the front porches of their estates and count the Gringo's money.

In 2020, the mathematics of poverty in Mexico has changed little. Most of the people are in dire poverty. A tiny elite keeps a tight fist on the country's wealth, such as it's oil exports, the 8th largest in the world. As for the government, its anti poverty program is the same as preceding generations, send the poor north.

So they come.

Straight into the maw of US corporations that devour third world labor, feeding a system that has seen American workers wages in decline for over 30 years.

And to a nation whose citizens snort, inject and smoke their way into the biggest market for illicit drugs on the planet.

Neither of the above listed users shows any sign of kicking their habit.

So we build walls.

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