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Under Armour Drive Pro Golf Shoes Review

By: Golfshake Editor | Mon 10 Jun 2024

Under Armour's new Drive Pro Series of golf shoes have been engineered using the feedback of star players such as three-time major winner Jordan Spieth, with the philosophy behind them being to enhance performance for all golfers in both spiked and spikeless models.

Coming in the form of Drive Pro (Spiked) and Drive Pro SL (Spikeless), Golfshake's Equipment Expert, Ryan Rastall was excited to test both pairs on the course at Howley Hall Golf Club in Leeds, which you can watch either directly on YouTube or at the bottom of this page.

Drive Pro & Drive Pro SL Golf Shoes - What You Need to Know

Under Armour Drive Pro Golf Shoes

These have been created in collaboration with world-renowned biomechanist JJ Rivet to provide greater stability, traction and performance through each shot, which has been made possible by the implementation of an innovative Swing Support System.

This Swing Support System features a trio of advancements that make all the difference, with the shoes also being lighter than what you will typically see from a tour model on the market.

Enhanced traction is offered through a combination of UA’s new custom S3 Spikes and the Tour Flex Pro Spike. In the midsole, UA can boast the only dual-density midsole in golf, with HOVR foam aligned with more supportive Charged Cushioning that will help your foot sink into the shoe and support your weight to transition more efficiently through the ball. Finally, in the upper, UA’s Swing Support Strap is fully connected to the S3 Spikes.

For those who prefer spikeless, the Drive Pro SL replicates this technology but with intriguing additions to its spikeless outsole, with rubber adding flexibility and friction, and each traction point behind mapped to different heights.

The Drive Pro and Drive Pro SL retail for £150 GBP and £130 GBP respectively.

And if you want to know a little more and to see these shoes in action, check out Ryan's review below!

Under Armour Drive Pro Golf Shoes Review

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