Can you get Matthew Wolff's tie-dye Nike golf shoes he's wearing for TaylorMade Driving Relief?
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Can you get Matthew Wolff’s tie-dye Nike golf shoes he’s wearing for TaylorMade Driving Relief?

If you're watching TaylorMade Driving Relief, you may have noticed all four golfers are wearing shorts. Since they're showing some leg -- rare for a televised golf event -- your eyes may also have been drawn to their shoes.

Matthew Wolff, the youngest player in the event and a PGA Tour winner in his debut season, is sporting the coolest golf shoes of the foursome. And they're getting a lot of attention on social media.

Wolff is wearing a pair of tie-dye Nike golf shoes, which he showed off before the event at Seminole Golf Club in Florida.

Naturally, golf fans are wondering where they can buy these tie-dye golf shoes. Unfortunately, it doesn't appear that they're available for purchase at this time.

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A look at Nike's golf section shows no shoes with the same colorway as Wolff has. Wolff, who won the 2019 3M Open and is a TaylorMade Golf staffer, is going to auction off this pair after the event to raise more money for charity.

But could the public ever get their hands on them? Yes! These are the shoes Wolff and other Nike staffers are going to wear during the PGA Championship, given that the event was set to be played this weekend in San Francisco at TPC Harding Park. They will sell like hot cakes.

Puma Golf, which works with Rickie Fowler, already released a tie-dye collection of golf apparel inspired by San Francisco.

Perhaps Wolff's shoes could be made available when the PGA Championship is played, currently set for an August date at the same venue. However, if the PGA Championship has to move venues, it's unclear if the apparel designed for a Harding Park PGA Championship would ever see the light of day.


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