These two energy bars are crafted to be eaten during the first nine and back nine holes of your golf game. The 1st Tee bar comes in oatmeal raisin and chocolate peanut flavors and is meant to give golfers a balanced combination of complex carbs, protein, vitamins, and minerals to start out strong. The 10th Tee bar comes in chocolate peanut caramel and peanut honey flavors and includes green tea and panax ginseng extract to help golfers sustain their energy during the second half of the course.
This recovery supplement is meant to be whipped into shakes after a round of golf in order to replenish the vitamins, nutrients, and amino acids that often get depleted after hours on the course.
The founders of IQPLUS worked with sports nutritionists to develop the most effective combination of protein, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals in bar form specially to improve golfers’ performance. The key ingredients in the Golf Bar is PS (Phosphatidylserine), meant to speed up the muscular recovery process.
These gummy chews, conveniently packaged like a pack of gum, are meant to be eaten before stepping out on the course for an extra boost of energy or during the round to help maintain performance output and high energy levels. They’re currently available in orange and fruit punch flavors.
These bars are designed for long-form, moderate-intensity sports, which makes them a prime choice for golfers. They’re filled with nutrients to help golfers maintain high levels of energy and endurance, plus hearty ingredients like whole oats and milled rice for consistent and extended support.
Whole in One Organics has developed a series of food products specially designed to meet the nutritional needs of avid golfers. Appluse is a fruit, nut, and grain snack mix that’s meant to be eaten after a game, while the Whole-in-One Bar is meant to supplements a golfer’s daily diet and help boost their mental stamina.