PUMA Golf, a leader in golf footwear innovation and design, has introduced the new DISC collection of golf footwear – a premium, comfortable and stable collection.

The footwear collection utilises PUMA’s revolutionary DISC closure system combined with its’ popular Fusion foam to provide unparalleled comfort and performance throughout all 18 holes.   

PUMA has a rich history in footwear, pushing the boundaries of innovation and technology, becoming one of the first brands to introduce a laceless closure system in their footwear. The revolutionary DISC system, first utilised by PUMA in its running shoes, has since been implemented into a multitude of performance shoes from tennis to training, and now golf.

Puma Blaze DISC Golf ShoesWith a simple right turn of the dial, internal, durable wire laces tighten the upper, quickly and easily securing the foot for a locked-in, uniform, custom fit. The system utilises a micro-adjusting reel that is just as easily loosened by a simple left turn and pull for easy removal of the shoes.

“At PUMA Golf we strive to push the boundaries of innovation in all of our products; while keeping in mind the specific needs of golfers: style, fit, comfort and stability,” said Grant Knudson, Head of Footwear, PUMA Golf.

“With the addition of PUMA’s DISC technology, the coolest and most comfortable shoes in golf now offer a more stable and customised fit than ever before. With just a simple twist of the DISC you have amazing fit and feel that will keep you secure and comfortable during a round. It’s quick and easy to ‘click it and rip it’!”

The women’s Blaze DISC shoe is a fashion-forward, cleated shoe that provides a fast, easy and consistent fit for ultimate comfort and performance, perfect if you want to look better, feel better and play better.

Alex Perry


Alex is a Devonian who enjoys wittering on about his south west roots, Alex moved north to join NCG after more than a decade in London, the last five of which were with ESPN. Away from golf, Alex follows Torquay United and spends too much time playing his PlayStation or his guitar and not enough time practising his short game.

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