Golf Nutrition Tips
This golf nutrition tips page gives you an insight into how to eat effectively for golf.
Golf nutrition is fast becoming a recognised way of helping to lower your score. Whether you are a tour professional or a keen club player, eating correctly allows your body and mind to be well fuelled throughout your round allowing you to make better decisions with your game.
If you’re having an hour down the driving range or playing two rounds back to back, think of your energy levels. You will not be able to perform at you best if you are tired. If you are practising then make sure you are well hydrated and energised.
If you are having half hour down the range on your way back from work then you won’t need a golf bar. You just need some hydration and maybe some fruit. Maybe a banana or a protein shake. But if you are having a round after work then you should be thinking about fuelling your body so you still feel okay on the 18th. Take a look at some of the tips above and try and find a system that suits you. This will give you the best chance to lower your score.
Founder of SSP Golf, Lance Geringer B.A, a kinesiologist, personal trainer and nutrition adviser originally from Los Angles has written some tips so you can learn how to effectively keep your body fuelled and hydrated for a range of different golfing scenarios.
Understanding Golf Nutrition
Playing 9 holes in the afternoon
Eating for 18 holes (Morning)
Eating for 18 holes (Afternoon)
Playing 27 holes society & corporate day
Playing 36 holes society & corporate day
THE AVERAGE GOLFER BURNS 1,200 CALORIES CARRYING THEIR CLUBS OVER 18 HOLES
WHY COMPROMISE WHEN IT COMES TO YOUR NUTRITION ON THE COURSE?