Wearing Premiere Series Field golf shoes and Pure Touch glove, the 2023 U.S. Open Champion Wyndham Clark earned another victory on the PGA Tour at the weekend, after winning the weather impacted AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

Clark started the third round on Saturday six shots behind the leaders, before shooting a course record 12-under-par 60, which catapulted the American to the top of the leaderboard at the end of play. After strong winds meant a fourth round could not be completed, the 30 year-old claimed victory at one of golf’s most iconic venues.

This is Clark’s third victory in nine months after winning the Wells Fargo Championship and U.S. Open in 2023, wearing Premiere Series Field golf shoes on all three occasions.

“When the Premiere Series Field shoes got released, you could see how popular the shoe was going to be. It brought back that classic feel of a golf shoe, combining that really strong look with great comfort. I always say when people ask me about my golf shoes, if you really want the best combination of a great look with great comfort, this is the shoe for you.

“I like to feel close to the ground when I play golf and the Premiere Series Field golf shoes allow me to have that lower centre of gravity and base, where I feel like I can properly turn through the ball whilst keeping my balance.

“Alongside the performance element, having that comfort when walking is huge. We do a lot of walking in our sport and having something where I can take my shoes off at the end of the round and have zero pain in my feet is so important.

“It is a testament to FootJoy that every golfer either wants to wear or does wear FootJoy at some point during their golfing careers and it is great to be a part of that mix of players. It is a brand I really enjoy and hope to be partnered with them for a very long time.”

Premiere Series continue to be the most worn shoe on the PGA Tour. The Field model features handselected premium grain leather, a VersaTrax+ outsole for supreme performance and an OrtoLite EcoPlush FitBed for all day comfort.

In California, (46%) of the field chose to put their trust in the #1ShoeinGolf, with the nearest competitor coming in at 14%.

FootJoy was also the overwhelming glove of choice on the PGA Tour this week with 38% of players opting for the #1GloveinGolf, including the champion who was sporting the Pure Touch model.

“Feel and fit are probably the most important aspects when it comes to a golf glove. I am really particular with my glove, I like it to fit tight and have that consistency. I know with FootJoy that every time I open the packet and put a fresh glove on, that it will feel the exact same as the previous one I was wearing.

“The closest connection to the ball is our hands on the club, so to have a really secure grip and having a great glove helping you hold on to the club and feel like it is never going to slip, is so important.

“The Pure Touch glove also handles all the different variables on the golf course including the weather, so when you put that alongside it fitting perfectly every time, this is why I play a FootJoy glove.”

On the Challenge Tour, there was another victory for an FJ Ambassador with Rhys Enoch winning the SDC Open. This is the Welshman’s second win on the tour after his two-shot victory in South Africa. Enoch was wearing FJ Fuel Sport golf shoes, StaSof glove and FJ apparel on his way to victory and now leads the Road to Mallorca rankings.

As an avid golfer since the age of eleven Dan lives and breathes all things golf.  With a current handicap of eleven he gets out and plays as often as his work life (and girlfriend) allows. Dan confesses to still being like a kid at Christmas when it comes to seeing the latest golf equipment. Having served as GolfPunk’s Deputy Editor, and resident golf geek for the past 13 years and working for golf's oldest brand, John Letters Dan brings to GOLF RETAILING an excellent understanding of the sector.