Golf is primarily a game of skill therefore top golfers come in many shapes and sizes. In recent times, there is a tendency for top golfers to be fitter and leaner than ever before.

Golfers of all levels require a diet that provides a wide variety of foods. The diet should focus on carbohydrate and be balanced with moderate amounts of protein and smaller amounts of fat. A focus on hydration and a few supplements will help any golf drive longer and play with harder focus, both mental and physical. A top golfer must strive to maintain skills and concentration over three to five hours, perhaps for numerous days. Once physical fatigue sets in, deterioration in skills can be expected. Both dehydration and low-blood sugar levels are possible during competition, and may impair golfing performance.

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