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Nike to release Air Jordan III golf shoes on Feb. 16



This year marks the 30th Anniversary of the release of Tinker Hatfield’s 1988 Air Jordan III shoes; you know, the ones Jordan wore when he dunked from the free-throw line. In case you needed a reminder, or just wanted to see the video again…

So for the 30th anniversary, Nike is releasing a bunch of different Air Jordan III designs that you can check out here. As part of the collection, Nike is also releasing Air Jordan III golf shoes on February 16. The golf-specific versions are made from leather and have the iconic elephant print designs, full-length Lunarlon midsoles, and golf spikes on the soles. They come in both White/Cement and Black/Bronze.

Air Jordan 3 golf (White/Cement)

Air Jordan 3 golf (Black/Bronze)


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  1. Larry

    Feb 15, 2018 at 8:43 pm

    Anyone know where I can buy these tomorrow?

  2. cdj

    Feb 2, 2018 at 5:16 pm

    Saw a guy in pro am with these on a few weeks back. He was tall and slim…looked like he had moon boots on. I just got a pair of $200 adidas shoes for $67 on closeout…save your money people!

  3. Tom54

    Feb 2, 2018 at 1:49 pm

    Any golf shoe that comes above the ankle does not do it for me. Just because they have cleats doesn’t mean they pass as golf shoes. They are still basketball shoes if you ask me. You could put spikes on cowboy boots too I guess.

  4. IowaHacker

    Feb 2, 2018 at 10:02 am

    LOL at every single one of these comments saying these are ugly. They weren’t ugly when they came out nor now as one of the best selling Jordan models. If nike wants to try and broaden the golf market by adding throwback shoes with golf spikes/traction….take my money. I don’t need another pair of saddle shoes to make me look like I’m 70.

  5. Luke Demaree

    Feb 2, 2018 at 9:50 am

    I’ll never understand why people love the new stuff nike and adidas put out every year, but the minute anything with the jumpman logo comes out everybody loses their minds and bashes them like michael jordan took their lunch money or something. shoes look great. cant wait to cop them

  6. The dude

    Feb 1, 2018 at 8:09 pm

    Puke…..10 people will buy these

  7. brobrogofer

    Feb 1, 2018 at 5:27 pm

    ima watin fer lonzo ball goff shoos cuz im da goff homee 😎

  8. OB

    Feb 1, 2018 at 5:09 pm

    $549 per pair = $150 for Jordan + $300 for Nike + $50 for Vietnamese factory + $49 Sales Tax … 😮

  9. Jmac

    Feb 1, 2018 at 3:24 pm

    I am really getting old because I remember when Nike made really cool shoes.

    • What?!?

      Feb 2, 2018 at 8:52 am

      These were made in ‘88….and still a classic. One of most desirable Jordan’s ever.

  10. jake krayson

    Feb 1, 2018 at 3:18 pm

    They’re like the old Miller Lite commercials,,,”what if you combined basketball with golf”,,,you’ll get a butt ugly golf shoe.

  11. Curt

    Feb 1, 2018 at 2:14 pm

    Those are so damn ugly…….would be fine if not for the leopard prints……..

  12. Ryan Gevens

    Feb 1, 2018 at 1:44 pm

    He’s wearing IIs in that video boss.

    • Brendan Welch

      Feb 1, 2018 at 2:39 pm

      No he isn’t. Those are the WC3’s

    • Sean

      Feb 1, 2018 at 3:50 pm

      You’re an idiot, Sir. Those are 3’s in the video.

      • Sean

        Feb 1, 2018 at 3:52 pm

        Nevermind. I am the idiot. There are like (3) different shoes in the vid.

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Joe LaCava, Tiger Woods’ caddie, paid a heckler $25 to leave at the WGC-Bridgestone



While Steve Williams would likely have taken a different route, Tiger Woods’ current caddie admitted to bribing a fan to leave his boss alone.

LaCava called into ESPN’s “Golic and Wingo” and told a tale of paying of a heckler at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.

LaCava said the man heckled Woods throughout his final round at the Bridgestone, and on the 14th hole, LaCava interceded, telling the man to check out action elsewhere on the course. Interestingly/absurdly, the man said he would be happy to, provided LaCava reimburse him for his ticket.

Here’s the full transcript c/o ESPN.

Mike Golic: “Did you have any issues with the people at Bellerive?”

Joe LaCava: “Not at all, and you hit it right on the head, 99 percent of the guys and women are behind Tiger, pushing for Tiger. They want to see good golf in general they’re not anti-the-other-guys, but they’re certainly rooting for Tiger more so than the other guys. But, funny you guys ask that question. The week before in Akron, I had a little incident with a guy who was harassing my guy on the 14th hole at Akron the last day outside the ropes, roughening him up pretty good. And I said, hey listen bud, why do you gotta go there? Everyone’s having a good time, everyone’s pulling for Tiger. You don’t like the guy that’s one thing, but you don’t to be yelling at my guy, screaming negative stuff like that. And I said at the end of the day, if you affect him, his performance, it effects my bottomline. So he calls me a couple names and I go back and forth with the guy, and I say why don’t you just leave. And he says well if you give me $25 for the ticket that I bought today I’ll leave. And I said here you go, here’s $25.”

Mike: “Did he leave?”

Joe: “So I whip out $25 and he starts to go down the 14th fairway toward the green. I say look pal $25 is $25 you gotta head the other way. So he starts to head the other way, he goes 20 yards down the line, then he calls me a certain other, a swear word. So I run 20 yards back the other way and I’m going face to face with this guy. And all the sudden Tiger’s looking for a yardage, and I’m in it with this guy 20 yards down the line. So some cop has to come in, push this guy outta the way, and take him outta the tournament.

Mike: “So what did Tiger say when you came back to give him the yardage?”

Joe: “Well that’s a great question. We were so far to the right of the trees, and he was on his third shot believe it or not, we were still 150 yards away from the green, and he didn’t really know what happened. He heard the commotion, he heard the guy yelling at him, so we talked about it after the fact, but he didn’t really know how it developed. And he says I was wondering what happened, and he goes normally it wouldn’t that long to get a yardage. I said well a little incident down the road. He didn’t have a problem with it, and actually I gotta standing ovation for kicking the guy outta there.

Security probably should have happened sooner when LaCava was $25 richer.

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A brief cart ride (by his caddie) has big implications for Akshay Bhatia at the U.S. Amateur



16-year-old Akshay Bhatia may be looking for a new caddie for his next event. The rising star of amateur golf was penalized when his caddie accepted a ride on a golf cart at the 14th hole during the round of 64 at the U.S. Amateur.

Bhatia would go on to lose to Bradford Tilley.

The match was all square at the 14th. Chris Darnell, Bhatia’s caddie, made a pit stop at the bathroom after Bhatia hit his approach. While the player walked to the green, Darnell was approached by what he believed was a USGA official driving a golf cart.

“The gentleman was wearing a USGA pullover,” Darnell said afterward. “I asked if I could get a ride to the green to keep up pace, and he said yes. So I hopped on the back, got up to the green, hopped off and thought nothing of it.”

Of course, neither players nor caddies can ride on any form of transportation during the round unless authorized, per the Rules of Golf. Bhatia was penalized accordingly and lost the hole after a (real) official spotted the infraction.

Particularly frustrating for the golfer was the fact that he had birdied the par-5 and believed he was going 1 up on his opponent, only to find out they were all square.

As mentioned, Bhatia would go on to lose in 19 holes.

Adding another layer to this drama, Darnell said Tilley’s caddie had done the same thing earlier in the match.

“I had already seen the other caddie in our group do it on the ninth hole,” Darnell said. “Same thing – USGA pullover, drove him from the bathroom up to the fairway – so I assumed it was fine. I didn’t point it out at the time because everything seemed kosher. He had the USGA stuff on, and I didn’t think anything of it.”

What are the chances Tilley or his caddie admit to the infraction now? And who is this mystery idiot who loves the USGA enough to drape himself in their garb but is daft enough to blatantly break a straightforward rule of competition?

Dumb rule? Certainly in this sense. But so many situations exist in amateur play that you can understand why the USGA would level a prohibition on transportation. Still, shouldn’t there be some room for interpretation? It’s difficult to argue Bhatia himself gained any advantage…

What do you think, GolfWRX members?

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Amateur makes 3 holes-in-one in 36-hole competition



We’d like to say congratulations to Ali Gibb, 51-year-old amateur golfer, for winning her club championship at Croham Hurst Golf Club in England, Monday. Oh, and she made three holes-in-one on the day.

That’s right, during the 36-hole final, Gibb aced the fifth hole twice and only needed one shot at the 11th hole during her second 18.

“Today was just a weird day. It was just very, very strange,” she said, per a BBC report. “On my card I had a nine, two eights, sixes, fives, fours, threes, twos and three ones.

“I have had a hole-in-one before – three actually. One was here on the seventh, one at Surrey National Golf Club, and one at the Atlantic Beach Golf Estate in South Africa,” Gibb added.

“It’s just absolutely extraordinary. I think I will wake up tomorrow asking if I’ve just been dreaming about it and if it is club championship day today instead!”

Hopefully, Gibb doesn’t have to buy three drinks for everyone at the club.

What can you say about a story like this? Beyond once-in-a-lifetime stuff. If the odds of an average golfer making a hole-in-one are 12,500 to 1, what are the odds of a player making three aces in 36 holes? You probably have a better shot of winning the Powerball. Incredible stuff.


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