REVIEW: All The Right FEELS – TRUE Linkswear OG Feel – Golficity

REVIEW: All The Right FEELS – TRUE Linkswear OG Feel – Golficity

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Golf apparel, particularly footwear, has come a long way since the old days of heavy leather shoes with metal spikes.
It wasn’t too long ago that nobody would have thought that there would be something other than metal spikes, let alone spikeless golf shoes. Traditionally speaking, spiked shoes have a longevity in golf that I do not see going anywhere anytime soon; however, with the ever-evolving demographic of golfers the need for change was inevitable.
And for as long as I can remember, I have only considered footwear from one company: FootJoy, they are after all, the number one shoe in golf.
I’ve had almost everything in every color and style during my golfing career, from the Dry Joys all the way to the Contours, simply because they are awesome and have never let me down.
Fortunately, though, a friend of mine suggested that I try shoes from a different, less mainstream company that I hadn’t heard of: TRUE linkswear.

REVIEW: All The Right FEELS - TRUE Linkswear OG Feel - Golficity

Although the name of the company was catchy enough to get my attention, the OG Feels impressed me right out of the box.
Building off the Originals, the OG Feels feature a fully breathable, one-piece sock-fit knit upper with durable water repellent shell, a flexible outsole and upper for ultimate on-course feel, a zero-drop construction for optimal feel and power and an aggressive rubber tread for on-course traction and versatility.
And in an effort to be as environmentally friendly as possible, TRUE ships the OG Feels in a reusable shoe bag in lieu of the traditional cardboard box.
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I had the privilege to try these out and let me tell you, 100% pun intended, they made me a TRUE believer. While I had become accustomed to structured firm leather golf shoes that had some weight to them, the OG FEELs are the complete opposite of that.
Although I was skeptical about whether l was going to like a lightweight, knit golf shoe that resembles something closer to a sneaker than a golf shoe, I was pleasantly surprised from the moment I put these on and eager to get on the course.
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First, let me start off with when you put them on the one piece knit sock hugs your foot and ankle in comfortable and secure way. That’s important to note because I thought that the knit design wasn’t going to fare well with support and resistance that I get with a normal golf shoe. Complete leather structured shoes are great for boots, but for golf shoes I like something with a little more give in them. To explain, the knit mesh section allows you to turn easier than a full leather golf shoe does and the leather saddle lacing system gives you the structure and rigidity and you want from a leather shoe
The one-piece knit sock is further complemented by the flexible outsole and upper and zero drop construction for optimal feel and power. And with the OG Feels weighing merely 8.7 oz, these are the lightest golf shoes I own by a very far margin. Indeed, the flexible outsole and upper that allowed my feet to move in such a natural way that it was like I wasn’t even wearing any shoes, but allowed me to remain in control while swinging.
REVIEW: All The Right FEELS - TRUE Linkswear OG Feel - Golficity

I was also really impressed by the aggressive rubber tread. You see, I am kind of picky when it comes to traction since I’ve found that spiked shoes give me too much traction and that my knees often hurt after a round from all the resistance.
As a result, I made the switch to spikeless shoes in order to save my body while playing in something that’s optimal for performance. And the OG Feel delivered here, as they provided me with just the right amount give while still feeling anchored with ample traction.
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In closing, I want to mention how stylish the OG Feels are for a spikeless golf shoe. Finding a cool looking spikeless shoe that can actually be used to golf in can be very tough.
To be blunt, I haven’t found a lot of spikeless shoes that look like they belong on a golf course and could also be worn to the grill room or a restaurant after the round. I think TRUE hit it out of the park with the OG Feels, as the mesh design and leather saddle in any of the color options—Varsity White/Navy, Static Black and Everyday Grey—create the perfect harmony of cool and conservative that they can be worn on and off the golf course.
And since the summer heat is just starting to really hit, it’s the perfect time to grab a pair of comfy, breathable shoes that are easy on your feet. So if you see me on the course or at a bar drinking a cool post-round White Claw this summer, there’s a strong chance that I’ll be wearing my OG Feels.
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Andrew Makabali has been playing golf since he was 6 years old. After graduating from the Penn State PGA Golf Management Program, he had the opportunity to intern and serve as an assistant golf professional at Piping Rock Golf Club, Brooklawn County Club, Winged Foot Golf Club, Blackwolf Run, and Whistling Straits. Andrew also traveled to the Philippines and played on the Philippine Golf Tour for two years.  When he returned, he worked as an assistant at The Golf Club at Middle Bay in Oceanside NY.  Currently, Andrew is a Scratch golfer who spends his weekend on the course while still maintaining his PGA Class A Membership.
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No Laying Up is one of the OG golf podcasts / amateur channels.  For the past 10 years, the brand has blown up from a modest Twitter account with less than 70,000 follows, to a social media channel that has been provided access to some of golf’s titans, like Justin Thomas, Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy, Xander Schauffele and Max Homa:
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And one of the constants during this rocketship trajectory has been a partnership with Callaway that dates back years and culminated with Callaway retailing a Limited Edition “No Laying Up” branded headcover last year. But that partnership, however, has come to an end, as No Laying Up announced in the early hours of 2023 that they would now be partnering with Titleist and FootJoy in 2023.
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No Laying Up (NLU) brings with it nearly 400,000 Twitter followers, more than 185,000 Instagram followers, over 100,000 YouTube subscribers, and its own private forum. Titleist, meanwhile, has been building valuable partnership with various social media personalities, including our own Golficity Team and similar-growing duo of Mike and Eli from Chasing Scratch. Titleist also elected to partner with The Golfers Journal, a golfer publication that, likewise offers a very unique insight into some of golf’s best, hidden tales.
On that last point, it is worth mentioning that a relationship exists between NLU and The Golfers Journal, as Golfers Journal contributor joined the NLU team on one of their recent “Tourist Sauce” series to Ireland.
But here’s what I find most interesting about NLU and Callaway’s break-up:  who fills the void?  
Presumably, Callaway—who has built relationships with other social media personalities, including Brodie Smith and Golfholics, who, sadly, have since ceased their golf content—will look to fill the very large gap that NLU previously filled.  The content creator landscape, however, has also experienced some changes.
Good Good recently experienced the loss of Micah Morris and Grant Horvat, but also submitted a golf ball to the USGA for conforming approval.   So there’s a lot going on here.
The Good Good team isn’t signed to any equipment deals, although some of the individuals are:  Micah and Grant were signed with Cobra and Mizuno during their Good Good tenure and prior to their departure.  Matt Scharff and Luke Kwon—one of the most recent golfers to join Good Good—are signed to deals with Cobra and Callaway, respectively.  Garrett also has some form of a relationship with Mizuno, but it’s not officially designated on his social media profiles.
Rick Shiels also remains unsigned for equipment, after making a recent apparel change from Nike Golf to Lyle & Scott apparel and ECCO shoes. That said, Rick has made a commitment to playing the clubs that he believes play best for him. Speaking of which, Peter Finch, likewise, is unsigned for equipment but has made a similar pledge to Rick.
That said, if an equipment brand needs a face, there’s always some point at which both of those gentlemen may reconsider their brand agnosticism.
The other big players are, arguably, Erik Anders Lang and Barstool’s Fore Play.  But EAL ceased his relationship with TaylorMade a few years ago and, conversely, Fore Play seems very, very happy with their relationship, as demonstrated by the close ties with Tiger, wealth of videos of Team TaylorMade members—Rory, Tommy Fleetwood, etc.—and TaylorMade/Barstool collaborated products, including Fore Play labeled TP5 golf balls.
So to recap this round: NLU is no longer with Callaway. And just like equipment season is heating up with all the new releases, it’s safe to say that we can anticipate some big announcements coming from the social media/content creator space too.
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The time between Black Friday and Cyber Monday is ALWAYS the best opportunity to score the year’s best deals on golf equipment, apparel, and experiences.
But, the clock is ticking and these deals won’t last, so we’ve put together this roundup to save you some valuable shopping time.
Make sure to check back often, because we’ll be updating this post as new deals roll in.
The worlds best and most affordable mobile launch monitor still has a killer deal for the holidays! 
This once $499 Mobile Launch Monitor just got a lot cheaper at $349.99 for the device or $399 for the device and the premium subscription!
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This is definitely the best deal we’ve seen on Shot Scope devices to date:
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Precision Pro makes some of the best laser rangefinders in the game, and a few of their most popular models are on sale now:
REVIEW: All The Right FEELS - TRUE Linkswear OG Feel - Golficity

The world’s largest retailer continues to grow its online golf catalog every year and with fast (plus usually free) shipping some of these deals are hard to beat.
For example, who doesn’t need a good solid Travel Golf bag for all of their trips that won’t break – or break the bank? Amazon has a Himal Outdoor Soft Golf Travel Case marked down 31% to just $48.18! 
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Amazon is notorious for posting unbeatable deals in the days around Black Friday and Cyber Monday, so make sure to check back to their page often.
Looking to stock up on golf balls or other accessories for next season? Keep an eye on the Vice Golf website, because they have revolving deals now through Cyber Monday.  
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Right now everything on the site is discounted.  A Dozen Golf balls for $13.99 and golf bags marked down from $219 to $153!
The premier golf club fitter is doing something pretty crazy right now.  $100 Full Bag Fittings if booked by 11/28. WHAT??
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Also, Club Champion is throwing in a bonus 20% on all gift card purchases now through Cyber Monday.  You can purchase gift cards in either physical or digital form right on the Club Champion website.  
Tropic Blue / 8TRUE’s Eco Knit takes sustainable footwear to the next level with style and comfort for both on and off the course.  Their black Friday deal is active and its a pretty big one.  Right now you can save anywhere from 20-70% on their website.
Tru Linkswear Black Friday

If you’re looking for a solid golf shoe  – then check out the TRU LUX SPORT model is just $89 this week, down from the its usual $185 price tag.
Third-party online retailers usually throw ridiculous “clear out the stock room” specials for Black Friday and Cyber Monday. And Global is no stranger to the party.  Right now they have things for sale on their site up to 70% off!
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They even have additional savings which can earn you up to 80% off on select apparel.  Go check them out to see if anything catches your eye!

TRUE Linkswear is a true success story.  After being in founded in 2009, the company experienced some struggles, but has truly reinvented itself since 2017, when it was taken over by CEO Jason Moore and his brother, PGA TOUR player Ryan Moore.
Over the past four years, TRUE has essentially doubled its business year-over-year each of the past four years while, as Jason Moore puts it, staying in its “walking only” lane. But it seems that TRUE is ready to step outside its “lane” and deliver other high-quality, stylish products to its patrons.
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To further ensure you enjoy the walk, TRUE has developed two pairs of pants: the All Day 5-Pocket and All Day Chino Pants for men.
“All Day” is a technically designed collection of pants built for comfort, versatility and performance. The line complements TRUE’s ever-growing collection of walking-focused golf shoes, including the recently released FS-01 model. All Day waist sizes range from 28 to 38 inches with 32-inch inseams and a durable yet flexible fabric blend of 92% nylon and 8% spandex. Both the 5-Pocket and Chino Pants are available in six colors: black, charcoal grey, khaki, olive, coffee and lunar.
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TRUE President Jason Moore said:
“Expanding TRUE beyond shoes and into apparel is part of our decade-long dream of creating golf’s ultimate lifestyle brand for those entrenched so deeply in the game they demand more from their gear on and off the course… All Day Pants are engineered with our Northwest perspective combining the durability and weather-ready engineering of climbing pants with a modern, upscale aesthetic. We’re blurring the line between high-performance and ultimate comfort.”
The All Day 5-Pocket and Chino Pants feature classic silhouettes updated with modern touches. The 5-Pocket Pant embodies a denim profile with slim tapering, while the Chino pays homage to a classic trouser silhouette with an athletic cut and feel. Functional material caters to an active lifestyle without looking overly technical. The durable nylon material is stretchable, comes in a matte finish, and is water and stain-resistant while remaining highly breathable for warmer days. These technically designed pants perfectly match all-day, all-season wear in any climate or condition.
Slim/tapered fit, 4-way stretch, abrasion resistant nylon, natural matte finish and feel, DWR water and stain resistant coating, highly breathable, concealed zipper cell phone/passport pocket, secure YKK back zipper pocket, elastic key loop, and high visibility reflective back cuff piping.
Slim/straight fit, 4-way stretch, abrasion resistant nylon, natural matte finish and feel, DWR water and stain resistant coating, highly breathable, cell phone/passport pocket, secure YKK back zipper pocket, elastic key loop, and high visibility reflective back cuff piping.
REVIEW: All The Right FEELS - TRUE Linkswear OG Feel - Golficity

The All Day 5-Pocket and Chino Pants are both available right now on TRUE’s website, making their comfort and weather-resistant performance ideal for those late, damp fall rounds of golf.
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