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I Like raw veg but for me it would be a bit of a faff to prepare it for golf.
I generally don't eat or drink anything on the course unless its particularly warm when I am most likely to take water.
 

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"Preparing" raw veg?

Doesn't take much doing for me.

I do not divide food into "fun" and "no fun" categories.
Its all food.
Most edible vegetables are really good stuff to eat, thankfully.
 

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Every time this subject arises it always amazes me how many people seem incapable of going 4 hours without food or drink.

Eat and drink whatever you like but it’s unnecessary.

I find time of year and time of day play a part.

Summer I'm taking 2-3 litres of drink round but today a litre and I'll come back with some no doubt

Then time of day, I try to always eat with kids at 07:30 and 12:30 even if I'm not with them.

So if a round tees off at 10 I'll take "lunch" but today teeing off at 8:10 I won't bother
 

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Not played it, but we have a seniors match next July, I believe. Must remember to put my name down.
I might be playing in it myself - look out for the person dressed in green with 14 clubs and a bow and arrow in his bag - my playing partner is called John - he is 6ft 10in and only carries one stick.
Sausage rolls are on me.
 

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I might be playing in it myself - look out for the person dressed in green with 14 clubs and a bow and arrow in his bag - my playing partner is called John - he is 6ft 10in and only carries one stick.
Sausage rolls are on me.
Be warned that when I arrive, my usual greeting is, "Please state the nature of the golfing emergency!"
 
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