Be sure to buy the correct replacement spikes based on the brand of shoe. Spikes are available at golf pro shops and retail stores.
Using a spike wrench, twist the spikes counterclockwise. Be careful not to strip the threads.
Clean the bottom of your shoes with a small brush. Make sure to get the dirt out of the spike receptacles.
Install New Spikes
Put the new spikes in place by hand and tighten with the spike wrench. The small and large thread cleats screw in until tight.
Change Spikes Often
Softspikes recommends changing your cleats after 10 rounds, while Champ says the spikes should last 12 to 15 rounds. If the spikes wear down too much, they become difficult, if not impossible, to change.