In previous eras, golfers who were serious about their game always wore golf shoes with metals spikes to get added traction when they hit the ball. Metal spikes were very effective when it came to helping a golfer avoid slipping when they swung their clubs and hitting the ball poorly. Today, golfers still wear spikes, but they are not of the metal variety. Most golf courses and clubs will not let golfers wear metal spikes because they damage the course. Removing metal spikes is a simple matter of having the right tool.
Clean all excess dirt from the bottom of your shoes using a spike brush or other stiff-bristled brush.
Align the spokes of the wrench with the notches in the spike. With downward pressure, twist the wrench counterclockwise. Keep turning until the spike comes out.
Clean out the spike holes with the brush before installing your new non-metal spike.