AN EASY SNACK
I don't eat much on the course, but my favorite thing is dried berries and nuts. A lot of golfers eat a PB&J sandwich, but I don't care to take the time to make one.
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THE JERKY BOYS
This is a bag of venison jerky made by my surfing buddy, Bob Sailey. He's a hunter, so he sends me a baggie. I don't eat much, but it makes for a nice, solid snack at the turn.
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I like the taste of Clif Bars, plus they come in a lot of flavors. But I don't need any extra sugar so I carry the Nuun hydration tablets that I can just drop in a bottle of water.
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Almonds are good for energy, and I love chocolate, so I like to carry these Meiji bars in my bag for a snack late in the round. Of course, sometimes they're better to eat early in the round. I wouldn't want them to melt!
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I love being with my wife and daughters. They're a big part of my life, and sometimes I'll find a hidden reminder of them in my gear, like this bag of almonds.
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ENERGY ON THE GO
You'd be surprised how important it is to get the right food in your body during the course of a round. I always carry some sort of energy bars in the bag. I especially like these Larabars.
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On the course, I maintain my energy with these Nuun tablets in water. Off the course, a few of us will rent a house sometimes and get Dave Walker, one of the caddies and a great chef, to cook for us.
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To prevent dehydration, I'll take about nine of these Back Nine Lytes (electrolyte) pills during a round. I'd hate to think a poor finish was due to something so avoidable.
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With rounds taking between four and five hours, it's important to have something to snack on. I keep a bag of almonds, unsalted, on hand. They keep the hunger away, and they're good for you.
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I carry plenty of food in the bag, everything from peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwiches to granola bars and bananas. You bet I eat them all, too!
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I guess these peanut butter crackers aren't the best thing for you, but granola bars and Amino Vital help me get through the back nine.
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A KICK FOR WATER
During those really hot weeks, when you're drinking 10 water bottles a round, it gets boring. I need a little flavor. I'm a big fan of these electrolyte tablets.
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JUST A SPLASH
I love the young image of Red Bull, and I'm a fan of the drink. I carry the bottle in my bag, but you won't always find an energy drink in there.
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FUEL WHEN I NEED IT
It's a good idea to store a few energy bars in the bag. Sometimes I need one. It depends on what time I'm playing and how I'm feeling. There's not much else in my bag other than aspirin, scissors and plasters (what Americans call band-aids).
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