Golf Tip – How To Eat Right While Playing Golf!
This is sorta important what, “what you eat, what you become.”
It’s true. In golf, you need to eat right while playing golf because it’s going to seriously affect how well you play, especially when under the gun such as tournament pressure or even skins game.
First of all, do NOT eat a full meal right before you tee off. That will most likely cause you to be a little bloated and will certainly take couple holes before your stomach digests all the food. By then, you probably have lost couple strokes you could have saved by not eating so much.
On the bright side, you can eat a lot of healthy snacks while playing golf such as banana or any type of “fruits” that contain natural sugar. Try to stay away from coffee or anything with too much sugar as you can get “high” off the caffeine and sugar.
Watch the best pro golfers play on TV, rarely do you see them eating a snickers bar but they will be eating a lot of bananas.
I’ve probably read 10 golf books already on tournament golf nutrition and they all pretty much say the same things, eat lots of fruit that will keep your mental state level.
Now these are advices for people who want to score better on the golf course, if you do not care about playing your best, you can ignore my advice.
What about the meal the night before a big tournament?
I have gone through many of these myself, I try to stick with high-carb meals as they can help you the next day.
My favorite meal is actually spaghetti, eating a lot of spaghetti the night before can surely help you the next day to keep going longer.
Lastly, don’t forget to drink LOTS of water while playing golf, especially if it’s a sunny day.
I have personally experienced “cramps” during a the high school state tournament before, that was simply due to not drinking enough water and eating bananas. Bananas can help prevent cramps on a hot day because they contain potassium. Take my advice and make sure to pack your golf bag with enough water and bananas for your next important golf tournament.