Golfers looking for some new footwear may be interested in the new Royal Albartross Mooka golf shoes.
The firm has made 20 unique black or white styles called Themba, meaning 'hope' and iNjabulo, meaning 'joy'.
Each pair of the £1,000 shoes will also go some way to making a difference to some of the most poverty stricken children in Africa – with each purchase helping to provide 20 pairs of school shoes for children in South Africa.
According to Albartross, the exclusive designer shoes combine the creative energy of British design with consummate flair of Italian manufacturing prowess and are completed with a gold-plated magnetic ball marker.
Golf fanatic and model Jodie Kidd is a big fan of the Royal Albartross brand and said: "They are fantastic shoes, supremely comfortable and stable, and I love the ball marker."
People who purchase the shoes will also be able to benefit from a complimentary golf lesson from Ross Fisher's coach, Kristian Baker.
So, buying a pair of Albartross golf shoes will make you look good on the fairways, help tackle poverty in Africa and improve your game – everyone's a winner.