This week our equipment guide focuses on golf shoes. Those of you picking up the Golf Monthly May Issue will not only give yourself a chance of winning a round of golf with Rory McIlroy, but you’ll get our free Equipment Guide for 2009 which covers everything from drivers and irons to balls and GPS devices. And, if you do win a round with McIlroy, you’ll want to turn up looking smart. Here’s a selection of golf shoes from a range of prices:

Golf shoes: Under £70

Stuburt Pro Am III
£35

These feature synthetic leather uppers, padded ankle collar and tongue, and Top-Dri waterproof membrane incorporated into an unfussy design. The Stuburt Pro Am III golf shoes should suit golfers who like simple, unfussy styling and need added support around the ankle.

Review: Stuburt Pro Am III golf shoes review

Nike Power Player
£45

These feature water-resistant leather uppers, a Phylon midsole with Nike’s Power Platform Flex outsole and Scorpion Stinger spikes. The Nike Power Player golf shoes should suit golfers who want Nike at an affordable price and prefer a sporty look.

Review: Nike Power Player golf shoes review 

FootJoy SoftJoys £50

The waterproof, full-grain leather uppers and pulsar cleats offer comfort and a high level of durability that will be very popular to many. The FootJoy SoftJoys golf shoes should suit golfers who want leather at a value price with a classic FootJoy styling.

Review: FootJoy SoftJoys golf shoes review