Snacks for the Course
To drive the ball farther and straighter, you need to work on more than your swing. What you eat on the course can have an impact on your game for better or worse, says Amanda Carlson-Phillips, director of performance nutrition at Athletes' Performance. By filling your golf bag with high-protein, high-fiber snacks, you'll maintain energy and focus needed to sink your putts when it counts. And by staying hydrated, you'll hit the ball strong and long till the end.
About The Author
Amanda Carlson-Phillips – Amanda Carlson-Phillips is the Vice President of Nutrition and Research of Athletes' Performance. As a registered dietitian, she has provided educational seminars and individual counseling to a variety of professional and elite sports organizations.