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The Truth About Green Speed


Want to bomb it like Bryson? Here is the diet that helped build the physique that averaged 350.9 yards off the tee in route to winning the Rocket Mortgage classic. Feel free to give it a try and track your results!

Breakfast
-Four (4) eggs

-Five (5) bacon strips

-Toast

-Two to three (2-3) Orgain protein shakes

While playing
-GoMacro bars (several)

-Peanut butter and jelly sandwich

-Orgain protein shake every six holes (three total)

Post-round
-Snacks, protein shake

Dinner
-Steak

-Potatoes

-Two (2) Orgain protein shakes


Pro Tip: we know, we know. You don't even want to talk about the shanks for fear bringing the subject up will cause you to catch them. But like it or not, you might find yourself in a situation where you're going to want to know a solution. Though awful, the plague of the shanks is curable.

First thing you have to do is take a break from the course. You need some alone time to sort this out on the range. Start by checking in on a few basics. Make sure you’re standing tall with your chest up during the swing, don’t hold the club too tightly, and make sure your weight isn’t sneaking up towards your toes. David Leadbetter told us that not tending to all of these little things could be the root of your struggles.

He also gave us a drill that will cure your shanking woes.

Set up like you’re going to hit it, and then put a tee in the ground just outside the toe of the club. While you’re swinging, think about keeping the grip end of the club near your body. “Miss the tee at impact, and you’ll hit the ball in the center of the face,” says Leadbetter