If you’re like most golfers you probably think of Callaway as a top brand for drivers, not shoes.
While we love the Callaway Rogue ST Max and are excited about the Paradym, they have great shoes and apparel too. In a world where some golf shoes can get pretty expensive, it’s nice to see a pair that is affordable for most golfers.
But they still look great, are super comfortable, and come in multiple color options. Here’s our review of one of the latest models from Callaway.
As someone who’s a big fan of Callaway equipment I figured I’d try the shoes too. They caught my eye at my local golf shop thanks to their good look and solid price. I had a previous pair in 2021 and loved them so I figured let’s give the newest ones a shot.
- Callaway golf shoes are very durable and long-lasting.
- Callaway makes very comfortable golf shoes that run true to size.
- They offer golf shoes that have spikes and others with a spikeless system.
Keep reading to learn more about some of their most popular golf shoes in 2023.
The simplicity of the design caught my eye in the golf store – I loved how much of a classic look these shoes had. They’re not a saddle shoe but they’re also not a street style casual shoes either. These shoes are 100% leather with a synthetic rubber sole.
A big perk with these Callaway Golf Solana TRX shoes is that they have three color options.
- All white: These are a great look for summer with 80% of the shoe being white with hints of gray that will match any outfit.
- All black: The all black shoes are a great option for winter months with rainy, wet conditions.
- Gray: Finally, they’re available in gray with hints of black to match tons of different color schemes to look good on the course.
All the color options look great and aren’t over the top like some golf shoes. While you might not make a bold fashion statement with these shoes, they’re simple, clean, and match just about anything.
Looks and colors aside, golfers want to make sure shoes are comfortable above all else. There’s nothing worse than worrying about your feet mid-round instead of your swing and score.
But after owning an older pair of Callaway golf shoes I had a feeling these would be comfortable as well. And I wasn’t wrong – these are some of the most comfortable golf shoes out there even if you walk vs. ride in a golf cart.
They have a forged DX midsole for “normal ground feel” and provide all comfort. Plus, they also have 5 mm of PLUS foam in the insole for even more comfort.
Not to mention, they’re very breathable as well. Whether you’re walking or riding, these shoes won’t let you down!
Aside from being very comfortable and great looking, they’re also likely going to help your swing too. Unlike a lot of golf shoes that have ditched using soft spikes, these shoes have five spikes positioned perfectly to help your swing. You definitely won’t have to worry about slipping with these shoes!
Despite the moderate price tag I was impressed to learn these shoes are waterproof as well. Callaway used Opti-Dri waterproof microfiber leather to help fight off bad weather and the mesh liner helps as well.
Even if you play golf in the rain, you can still wear these shoes (we suggest choosing the all black color for winter golf). Plus, they also come with a two-year warranty!
These golf shoes are a great price and will work for almost every type of golfer. But there are two downsides; they don’t offer different width sizes and there are only five spikes (with additional traction).
Some golfers need larger width sizes, while others might want 6–8 spikes. Or, no spikes and instead opt for a spikeless system. Here are a few alternatives from Callaway that might work better for your game.
If you’re looking for a little more style in your shoes, I think you’ll love the Coronado V2 model. These golf shoes are a little more expensive than the Solana but get some nice upgrades.
Here’s how they differ:
- Offered in medium and wide options.
- 7 mm molded PU insole for even more comfort.
- CounterLok heel stabilizer provides additional support in your swing.
- Five color options compared to three (including a USA themed great looking red/white/blue).
- 9 Spike TPU Fusion Lite outsole for even more stabilization and control throughout your swing (great for any weather conditions).
While they’re more expensive than the Solana, they’re worth every penny. If you play a lot of golf these are worth the extra money for extra comfort and stability.
Another alternative is the Callaway Golf Del Mar Sunset shoes. These are more a loafer, casual type shoe than a traditional golf shoe.
Here’s how they differ from the Solana TRX shoes:
- Extra-thick insole for maximum comfort.
- Only two color options (white or gray/blue).
- Casual design but a preferred style by certain types of golfers.
Unfortunately, the Sunset pair also don’t have any other width options. But they do come with the same two-year waterproof warranty.
Do you have more questions about golf shoes and finding the right ones for your feet? If so, keep reading to learn more about our most common questions and answers.
Yes, there are a ton of professional golfers that wear spikeless golf shoes. In the past, almost all pros used metal spikes before eventually switching to soft spikes. But now a portion of the PGA Tour and LIV golfers opt to wear completely spikeless shoes.
However, they might opt to wear spikes during tournaments with bad weather or soft conditions. Soft spikes still provide more stability and support, especially when the conditions are wet or slippery during winter golf months.
With some models, yes, they offer more than just a medium width option. But the Solana TRX shoes are only offered in medium at this time. If you need a wider option you’ll need to buy the Coronado model mentioned above.
Yes, Callaway golf shoes run true to size. I’m a size 10 or 10.5 in nearly every brand of shoes (from athletic shoes to more formal dress shoes) and these are perfect. Callaway golf shoes are also a good width in the normal version but offer other width sizes as well in some models.
No, in golf it’s best to buy shoes that fit your feet correctly.
For example, when buying running shoes it’s a good idea to buy them a half size bigger to allow room for your feet to move. This will help make sure you avoid blisters and other toenail issues during your run.
But with golf, you want to buy shoes that are much better fitting. While you don’t want them snug, you also don’t want them so loose that your feet move around too much. Since your lower body plays a pivotal role in the golf swing it’s vital to buy shoes that are perfect for your feet.
If you’re walking vs. riding in a cart I’d say that shoes that are slightly looser are a better option. Similar to the running example, this might give your feet more room to breathe as you walk the five plus miles of golf.
But in reality you don’t want shoes that are too tight or too loose. Otherwise, you might get a golf blister if they’re too big or toenail issues if they’re too small.
Plus, they might impact your ability to swing the golf club consistently. Don’t make golf even more difficult by wearing the incorrect shoe size!
- These shoes are great for walking 18 (or more) holes or just practice sessions.
- They last a long time – my previous pair lasted more than a year with regular use.
- Callaway golf shoes are very traditional looking with simple colors that match any outfit.
Golf shoes aren’t something a lot of players think about often but play a big role in the golf swing. If your feet are uncomfortable or are moving around in your shoes, it’s going to be hard to have enough lower body action in the swing. This is why it’s so important to try on different shoes and find the right style/size for your feet.
Overall, the Callaway Golf Solana TRX golf shoes are a very well-made shoe that is sporty, comfortable, and moderately priced. The only downside is that they don’t offer them in multiple width sizes. Otherwise, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed with this shoe and think it’ll help your feet stay comfortable the entire round.