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Can a drink help your golf game? Could you hit longer and straighter shots after consuming it at the turn? Maybe one sip and you turn into a golfer with tour player like skills. Well, GolferAID, while made specifically for the golfer does not promise any of that. What they do discuss is a drink that is formulated with the golfer in mind and that it is made with the ingredients that are ideal fuel for one on the course.

From the Company
The skill set utilized in golf calls for much more than simple hydration or replacement of electrolytes and amino acids. It requires the full enhancement and replenishment of the target nutrients delivered by GolferAID. Think of GolferAID like a complex fuel for a golfer’s body and mind. Our propriety nutraceutical blend has been scientifically formulated to AID the biochemical processes involved in every part of your game…from Strength and Flexibility to Muscle Fatigue, Mental Acuity, Vision, Stamina, and Balance.

The History
GolferAID was conceived by a group of young, health conscious golfers looking for a new way to improve their game. With all of the many products available to golfers, no one had come up with a beverage specially designed to enhance the skill set utilized in a round of golf. The group decided to take the logical next step. They assembled a team, combined their talent and enthusiasm, and went to work. Exhaustive research, testing and focus group participation led to the unique product that is GolferAID…The World’s Most Advanced Functional Golf Beverage!

When their initial brainstorming began, there was no one to tell them what “couldn’t be done.” They are not some niche part of a large beverage conglomerate, disguised and marketed to look like a small independent company. No manager could force them to compromise their formula to increase the bottom line. They were free to create a unique product and follow it through from conception to production. LifeAID Beverage Company is a maverick in the industry, and for them, GolferAID is just the start.

How Does It Taste
Those around THP have been drinking it for about a month now and most of the feedback is extremely positive. When you first open the can you get some light carbonation sound and a smell of vitamins that brings on the appearance “this is healthy”. With the first sip, you must prepare yourself that this is not some artificially sweetened energy drink loaded with sugar because if that is what you are expecting, you will not find that here. The taste is like a lightly carbonated grapefruit juice that is not really sweet or sour. Hints of herb like taste mixed with citrus all while lightly “fizzy”. All in all, the taste is quite nice and something that was never looked at as “ill tasting” by anybody that tried it.

On the Course
On the science page of their website, GolferAID talks about all the wonderful things the drink can assist golfers with. Did they work? Maybe. The THP testers did as requested and drank cans both before the round at after the 9th hole and truth be told, played some great golf. Was that drink related? There really is no way to tell, however more importantly to some, we can tell you that everybody enjoyed the drink and that we felt hydrated and energetic without the crash that many energy drinks offer.

Overall
GolferAID is not a magic potion of sorts that when you drink it, you will immediately feel like a tour player. It is a product that tastes great, is filled with vitamins and backed by science that might be perfect for you on the golf course. If you see one in the pro shop, pick it up and let us know your thoughts. For more information on the drink or the company, check out their website at www.golferaid.com.

Till Next Time

Josh B.

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Josh is the Publisher of The Hackers Paradise and co-founder of THP Media with his wife Morgan Babbitt. Together they share a passion for golf, and they travel the country along with their two dogs in the THP Tour Van bringing their love and knowledge of the game to golfers everywhere.

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  1. Cookie says:

    Well darn, I was hoping this would make me a scratch golfer!

    All kidding aside, thanks for the write-up and I would buy one if I saw it just for the simple fact that I like the fact that it is targeted towards golfers and I like golf. If I like it, then I would buy more naturally.

    Thanks for exposing us to something that we may not hear about otherwise.

  2. damaikis says:

    Nice review! I am really looking forward to trying this myself. Maybe I’ll use it before matches next year. Either way, this is amazing; I mever would have heard about this without THP! Thanks again!

  3. lcsmrtn says:

    Nice review JB. I’ll keep an eye out for these if they ever make it to Canada!

  4. Ryan H. says:

    I’d try it for sure. Whether it could help my performance remains to be seen, but a nice tasting drink that is made for golfers is definitely something I’m interested in.

  5. ddxu says:

    interesting stuff. Interested to see how it tastes, avg price, etc. I love THP because its so much more than equipment reviews.

  6. Puttin4Bird says:

    Great write up, I am definitely intrigued, not so much by the claims that it will help me play golf, but more for the nutritional information, packed with vitamins AND the possibility of improving focus on the course I’m in! Thanks for the review!

  7. John says:

    What’s the MAP pricing for GolferAid?

    DId you try it in concert with a 1st Tee/10th Tee nutrition bar?

  8. Administrator says:

    Pricing is around $3 a can.
    I did not try it with the bars, although I do like them quite a bit.

  9. Yoccos says:

    Hmmmm…. Quite intrigued…. I love my energy drinks but hate the crash. Love to try this out.

  10. 9-Iron Man says:

    Color me intrigued. A bit sceptical, but intrigued. I’ve often wondered how much of the placebo effect takes places with these sorts of products. From your testing, the results seem positive. Thanks for the review JB.

  11. yorkem says:

    I don’t like to drink anything carbonated on the golf course, so I am not sure that I would like this.

  12. Griff says:

    Thanks or the info JB.

  13. ghsace says:

    Hey if it tastes good and even MIGHT help me play better, I’m game. Thanks for the info JB.

  14. clamfist says:

    I love carbonated drinks. I will try this out if curiosity.

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