We all know that feeling. You've made it to the halfway house, your gut's rumbling, you're light headed and just bogeyed the last hole. You're three hours away from the 19th hole (maybe your partners are slow players). There's something on the grill that started out as a hot dog earlier today. A sandwich, with yesterday's date on it, sits in the fridge. A few packs of orange crackers with a filling pretending to be peanut butter is on the counter, and it all looks like a gourmet meal.
Four-plus hours and 7,000 yards does something to a person. They think they'll never see proper food again. When was the last time you put a hot dog on the grill to cook at nine in the morning at home and decided it was a brilliant idea to chow down on it around two in the afternoon?
No one likes playing courses in poor conditions. So don't eat sub-par food. Instead, here are some healthy, tasty alternatives.