THE BEST GOLF SHOE MONEY CAN BUY? | Under Armour Spieth 5 review

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Under Armour’s golf shoe designs have always been grounded by bio-mechanical insights and the 2021 line-up is no different.

There is a wide selection of models to choose from in this new range, highlighted by the Spieth 5.

This is the fifth iteration of Jordan Spieth’s signature golf shoe, which was designed with input from the man himself and using bio-mechanical insights to elevate your on-course performance.

Watch as David Cunninghame (@D_Cunninghame) gives you his verdict on this brilliant design, along with the HOVR Driver, HOVR Show SL and Charged Draw RST models.

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  1. MrEleven1181 says

    Ive only used under armour, puma and nike golf shoes and by a country mile under armour are the worst. Cheaply made with poor materials 👎🏻

  2. Bandit Baker says

    I find it odd that Under Armour would work with a biomechanic that clearly knows nothing about human anatomy or biomechanics.
    Anyone with even a rudimentary knowledge of the human foot knows that the toe area at the front of the foot is the widest part of the foot, so why are UA shoes so narrow in the toe box?
    Also anyone with an understanding of how the foot functions dynamically knows that during vertical/horizontal/rotational movements (the golf swing), the toes naturally spread to absorb and redirect ground pressure. A shoe with a narrow toe box will prevent this toe-spreading from functioning correctly so rather than aiding stability it will actually hinder it.

  3. Billy Mcbride says

    seems that there is absolutely no new product that you dont like or sell to the max, these videos are not giving a true unbiased opinion.

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