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New Golf Socks for sale: Buyers Guide 2018
Wearing golf socks can really help a golfer’s game, giving them greater underfoot comfort while playing a round.
We stock golf socks that have been specially manufactured for play, and often come in cotton or wool blends to wick moisture and perspiration away from the feet, allowing softer cushioning and freshness through the day.
Choosing the right golf socks
Investing in golf-specific socks will definitely make a difference in a multitude of ways on the greens. Golf socks that offer plenty of padding in the heel and forefoot will offer excellent bounce in step, and reduce the risk of rubbing when walking long distances.
Impact zones, or places on the foot which are walked on constantly, require a little extra protection in order to avoid fatigue or blistering.
Golf sock technology
Most golf socks have some level of technology in their design. For example, most golf socks are designed to keep the underfoot padded and comfortable, while others offer excellent levels of moisture-management to keep toes and soles feeling dry and fresh the whole day through.
Some of the best golf socks available, which offer varying degrees of technology and design capabilities, include the Callaway Golf Tour Cotton Socks, Callaway Golf Sports Crew Sock, Callaway Golf Sport Tab Low Ladies Socks, Callaway Golf Tour Opti-Dri Low Cut Socks, Palm Grove Anklet Socks, adidas Crew Socks, Nike Golf Dri-FIT Quarter Socks, Royal & Awesome Socks, FootJoy TechSof Crew Socks and FootJoy ProDry Extreme Crew Socks.
Golf socks are good value, durable, and comfortable when worn on the course. They can really help keep the sole, heel and underfoot cool and dry throughout a round, and we’ve got a great range of golf sock available right now from American Golf from all the biggest brands, including FootJoy, Nike, Callaway, adidas, GOLFINO and Palm Grove, among others.