With very few exceptions, golfers of all skill levels have had to deal with one of the game’s biggest distractions at some point in their golf life.
No, it’s not a chronically wayward driver or a battle with the iron sh*nks; it’s trying to play a good round of golf after a night out drinking. For some of us, the realization and rationalization of playing a hungover round of golf has been reason enough to skip a tee time altogether.
But life is too short to skip a round of golf because you went out and enjoyed yourself the night before. However, the expectations that come with playing a good round of golf are severely hampered by the deterrents that an alcohol-filled night result in, most notably a lack of energy and lack of focus.
With summer barreling down on golfers in which days on the course are sandwiched by hours at the pool or hanging out with friends, all accompanied by drinks and laughter, you can’t afford to be out of commission for long.
While the search for the secret of golf may be in the dirt, the search for hangover relief comes in a small science-packed bottle from More Labs called Morning Recovery. Forget a greasy breakfast, a few aspirin, and water on the way to the first tee; your round prep started the night before when you slug one of those 3.4-fluid-ounce drinks in between beers or mixed drinks.
Instead of myth-chasing by trying to rehydrate yourself, Morning Recovery targets the brain and the liver where alcohol takes hold by building up toxins. The more you drink, the more toxins your body has to break down, which once you get past a certain point simply results in a build-up of those excess toxins, which leads to the fatigue and lack of focus the next day.
Morning Recovery takes aim at those toxins with dihydromyricetin (DHM), which aids the liver in breaking down these toxins as they come into your body. With Morning Recovery’s patent-pending blend of DHM and other nutrients help you to replenish lost nutrients and boost liver function.
What it all amounts to is simple: bending over to put that first tee in the ground the next morning won’t result in a dizzy spell or seeing multiple golf balls when you stand back up.
Your body and mind will be ready for you to take on the course record, even if your golf game isn’t.