2014 Masters: Limited Edition Nike Footwear


Nike Golf is releasing limited edition footwear for the Masters. You’ll see select players wearing this footwear throughout the week of The Masters. These styles are very limited in quantity so if you find a pair you’ll want to snatch them up!


Nike TW ’14 Limited Edition

This shoe screams power. The power similar to Tiger taking a rip, and pulling off the most un-thinkable golf shot ever. This shoe magically provides you with an extremely flexible outsole stimulating feel from the ground up. This is done through advanced technology from Nike letting you release your inner Tiger.

Internal Fit System with Dynamic Flywire: Advanced foot grabbing technology that holds your foot similar to your hand fit snug in a glove.

Breathable Tongue Construction: Delivering an enhanced breathability allowing proper airflow while maintaining a superior waterproof out layer.

Nike Free-Inspired Outsole: Offers a full range of motion, the most flexible outsole on a golf shoe.


Nike Lunar Control Limited Edition

If you’re looking for a shoe to stabilize and support you during the golf swing, this is the one. This shoe oozes confidence, support and comfort. This shoe is special; it is a direct result of tour players’ requests.

Full Length Lunarlon Cushioning: This is an advanced material that provides comfort all day long. It’s not easy being on your feet all day, just ask the tour players that practice for 9 – 10 hours a day.

Articulated Power Platform Outsole: This outsole has been tried and tested by tour players, making sure that all contact points are positioned properly for optimal balance and weight transfer throughout the golf swing.


Nike Lunar Clayton Limited Edition

This may be the most versatile shoe Nike has ever designed. This shoe encompasses golf as a lifestyle and not just a sport. The Lunar will provide traction when you need it on the golf course, but also the comfort that is needed off the golf course creating a shoe that can be worn all day long no matter the location; office, golf course or a dinner date.

Internal Dynamic Fit System: This advanced tying system helps keep your foot locked in place for those times you really need to go after a big tee shot.

Durable Rubber Integrated Traction: This unobtrusive outsole is a fine blend of traction and every day wearability; style, feel and comfort all in one.

Alan Unruh, PGA

Alan Unruh is a Class “A” member of the PGA of America, and holds a PGA Certification in Golf Operations. With this certification, he is among the 4% of PGA members that hold a PGA Certification. He has a profound passion for the game of golf along with extensive experience and knowledge regarding golf operations, rules of golf, tournament operations and golf swing fundamentals. Alan has also played a crucial role helping manage multiple tournaments throughout his career including the 2002 USGA Women’s U.S. Open, PGA and LPGA Tour events, and multiple NCAA and AJGA events.

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