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Made with a microfiber leather upper, the Nike Lunar Command Men's Golf Shoe will keep you comfortable on the course. Flywire technology ensures a great fit with plenty of support. The Lunarlon heel provides cushioning from the first tee to the 18th hol
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Nike's latest summer offering for golfers is inspired by the brand's iconic Tennis Classic sneakers. The new golf shoes, which come in white, black or navy, take their design cues from another sport. "Golf and tennis are similar in many ways with
The shoes are part of Day's golf deal with Nike, which is worth $10 million (£7.7 million) annually, but they look like they belong on the basketball court. They even sport a variation of the familiar Jordan logo. Nike does have them listed as golf
Nike Golf wanted to push a new look as part of their 2017 golf shoe releases, and they turned to another sport -- tennis -- to find inspiration. Designers went through the company's archives, looking at the Nike Tennis Classic event to draw parallels
The shoes are part of Day's $10 million (£7.7 million) a year golf deal with Nike, but they look like they belong on the basketball court. They even sport the familiar Jordon logo. Nike does have them listed as golf shoes — albeit in the women's
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From one of golf's funniest, most popular players comes another hilarious look inside the pro sport and the people who play it. For nearly thirty years, Peter Jacobsen—player, entertainer, (off-) color commentator, TV host, golf-course designer, and entrepreneur—has been a favorite of fans and fellow golfers. Since his first book, Buried Lies, was published in 1993, a lot has happened—to him, to his colleagues, and to the game itself—so it’s high time he launched a mulligan. From Jack...
In China, just because something is banned, doesn't mean it can't boom... Statistically, zero percent of the Chinese population plays golf, still known as the "rich man’s game" and considered taboo. Yet China is in the midst of a golf boom — hundreds of new courses have opened in the past decade, despite it being illegal for anyone to build them. Award-winning journalist Dan Washburn charts a vivid path through this contradictory country by following the lives of three men intimately involved...