Although most people do not consider golf to be an activity that requires power eating or a special diet, proper nutrition is certainly an important component of a golf conditioning program. After all, appropriate eating patterns are necessary to maintain high energy levels throughout a four-hour athletic event. In addition, golfers involved in physical conditioning activities require better nutrition to maximize their fitness development:
Eating for good health is step one because it applies to all areas of life. Eating for improved golf performance is step two, because sustained energy levels can make a big difference in your playing ability, especially on the back nine.
Our recommended nutrition program is sound and sensible, and completely consistent with the United States Department of Agriculture Food Guide Pyramid. We do emphasize eating appropriate carbohydrate foods for supplying and sustaining elevated energy levels through-out your golf game.