There is only one thing you want when it comes to your golf game: to lower your handicap. Like any golfer, you will try anything to lower your handicap, including tweaking your swing, buying the latest and greatest driver, or paying a pro for lessons. However, the one thing you have not tried is the simplest performance-enhancer of all, nutrition. Nutrition does not require dedicating extra time on the driving range or putting green.

Golf Nutrition 101

Robert Yang’s book, Hole-in-One Nutrition shows golfers how to eat to hit and play longer. It is based on a simple Hole-in-One nutrition pyramid that emphasizes hydration, whole foods, and supplements.

This step-by-step nutrition guide to playing better golf teaches:

1.  How hydration improves your focus and concentration, but more importantly, increases your distance off the tee.
2.  How flatlining your blood sugar is the key to long-lasting energy on the course.
3.  How 5 key supplements will increase longevity and yards on the golf course.
Even if you are not a golfer, Hole-in-One Nutrition offers nutritional tips and tools to help anyone succeed at living a healthier lifestyle.
“When it comes to optimizing a player’s nutrition, Robert Yang is the best in the business. Proper hydration, food intake, and supplements are all part of improving a player’s performance on and off the course. Robert’s book, Hole in One Nutrition is a must resource for anyone trying to improve their health and their game.”
Greg Rose D.C.
Co-Founder of the Titleist Performance Institute