ORLANDO, Fla. — The 2013 PGA Merchandise show welcomed many up-and-coming companies to show their wares to the world, many of which have the golfer’s health in mind. GolferAID by LifeAID Beverage Co. is one such product.
Let’s face it; there are a multitude of beverage options available on the golf course. If you’re like me, you may enjoy a beer or two while playing. However, you also likely become dehydrated much more quickly and suddenly on the hunt for water.
GolferAID is a beverage alternative that is quickly spreading to courses and players’ bags across the country. Designed as a means to enhance, replenish and restore you while on the course, GolferAID features nine vitamins, minerals and supplements. Each can contains stress-reducing supplements, mood and confidence enhancers and B-vitamins to boost your stamina and endurance.
According to company president Aaron Hinde, GolferAID contains no caffeine, no preservatives, no corn syrup and no artificial additives. Furthermore, each can contains fewer than 50 calories and less than 10 grams of sugar.
So how does it taste? The naturally sweetened blue agave is extremely refreshing and enjoyable without being too overpowering. Low carbonation allows you to chug GolferAID on especially hot days, however recommended use is a can before your round and another at the turn.
GolferAID is available at the company website or at participating golf courses across the country.