Isn't the six-meal idea sort of a bodybuilding related thing. The idea is to cram in the fuel since you need it after all that lifting.
Usually, I'm on two-and-a-half real meals. Breakfast is real small. It's typically a cup of yogurt or some toast. I need to stay away from the famous fourth meal that generally consists of beer and junk.
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So, what's all the hoopla about Ryder's cup? For the look of it, everyone is trying to make the team, they show lots of emotion during play, etc.. Shouldn't Olympic elicit more from the players to make the team, and play one for the nation? What are your thoughts if the thread was about making/winning Ryder cup vs winning a major? Ryder cup vs Olympics?
Yeah but that doesn't really matter when you're not competing against a strong field.
For a player like Spieth, Rory or Tiger, a gold medal might be nice to check off their accomplishments list but I don't think it'll keep them up at night if they don't win one.
Ask Phil if he'd rather have a gold medal or a U.S. Open win. Same thing with Arnie or Tom Watson, if they'd rather have a gold medal or a PGA. I don't anyone is picking the medal.