As a junior golfer it was always pints of coke and packets of prawn cocktail crisps. Remember once having about 8 of each in quick succession after playing 3 rounds in a day (summers in Nairn...aaaah, the memories). Not surprisingly they re-introduced themselves to me very shortly afterwards.
Have to say though that the best I can remember was a half pint of ice cold Guinness and a half of ice cold Carlsberg immediately after playing Ballybunion in Ireland. I could have retired there and then. I was 21 !!
In the present weather it's a bowl of steaming hot soup!!
Love the junior banter John_Findlay - prawn cocktail crisps were defintely a favourite of mine - along with pint of lemonade and lime (which still rates highly!). Now it's a lager shandy (only place you can get away with what is a great drink!) - although in the summer a pint of pimms goes down pretty well, bit posh though i know!
A bag of sour grapes normally!
Anyway you shouldn't be boozin' post round you should be down the range ironing out all the flaws that prevented you shooting 3 under par earlier!
But seriously pint of Belhaven best is hard to beat, maybe a cold Guiness too.
A nice refreshing pint of belhaven best if I'm feeling rebellious and if I've not had any water during the round it's a pint of fresh orange and lemonade. That quenches the pallate big time! Food wise it's always nice to get a hand cooked all day breakfast ;-)