Golf footwear that immediately improves performance

CUSTOMER FEEDBACK

I just have to tell you how impressed I am with my new Athalonz golf shoes!  I have been competing in professional long drive for over 30 years and have had paid endorsement contracts with several major golf shoe brands. But I have NEVER had this level of stability and balance throughout my golf swing from start to finish! I'm 55 now, so as you can imagine I had lost some swing speed . I found almost all of it the first time I put the Athalonz on! I picked up over 5 mph! My ball speed has increased 10+ mph because I am more connected to the ground and can generate more power with less effort through impact. I am consistently crushing the golf ball! I won all three age groups I competed in my last competition in dominant fashion. Thanks for creating the best, most incredibly balanced golf shoe I've ever worn!

David Mobley, 3 time World Long Drive Champion

The Doughnut Story
The Doughnut Story

June 11, 2021

On the doughnut day, I held a meeting in the morning with my client to review a new product they were developing to identify patentable ideas.  The meeting went very well and we finished an hour earlier than anticipated.  As was custom for longer meetings, my admin ordered doughnuts and coffee for the meeting.

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The Three Key Aspects of a Golf Shoe: Part 3
The Three Key Aspects of a Golf Shoe: Part 3

June 04, 2021

If the shoe does not provide an equal and opposite force to the horizontal force component, your foot moves within the shoe. When your foot moves, it promotes sway and wastes energy. It also adds moving parts to your swing, creating more things that can breakdown and increase the risk of more missed shots.

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The Three Key Aspects of a Golf Shoe: Part 2
The Three Key Aspects of a Golf Shoe: Part 2

May 28, 2021

There are three key aspects to a golf shoe that affect athletic performance. (1) How the shoe interfaces with the ground; (2) How the forces traverse within the shoe between the ground and the foot; and (3) How the foot interfaces with the shoe. In this blog, we’ll discuss the second key aspect: How the forces transfer between the outsole and the foot.

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