Golf Pro Jordan Spieth Talks Real-Life Diet & Guacamole Addiction

When Jordan Spieth turned pro back in 2012, he was just 19 years old. His impressive track record includes almost every career accomplishment there is in the golf world. He has won the U.S. Open, the British Open, the Masters… He is a true master on the golf course, despite his recent drop to No. 51 in the ranking. The Dallas-native golfer doesn’t seem to be much affected by it since he also has other things on his mind — guacamole.

Golf Pro Jordan Spieth Talks Real-Life Diet & Guacamole Addiction

Jordan Spieth’s Breakfast

In a recent interview with GQ, Jordan sat down to talk about his training regime, diet, and unabated love for guacamole. The pro golfer said he prefers training in the morning, which he usually starts around 9 AM. He makes his own breakfast either prior to or after his training session. Jordan will often make eggs with chicken, apples, and avocado, or gouda, sausage, and apples. Other times, he’ll make shakes with protein powder, spinach or kale, almond milk, and a mix of banana, berries, chia or flax seeds, and peanut or almond butter.

Golf Pro Jordan Spieth Talks Real-Life Diet & Guacamole Addiction

There’s Avocado for Dinner, Too

He might not be picky about his lunch, but Jordan certainly loves dinnertime. He and his wife love Mexican food, where, as you probably know, guacamole is an absolute must. The pro golfer admits that he’ll often have tones of guacamole before dinner even arrives. He doesn’t say whether it’s homemade guacamole or not, but it sure is good. The famous green mousse of avocado and other goodies is a staple of Mexican cuisine and so close to Jordan’s heart that his entire diet contains as many calories as Michael Phelps’ in his prime! Can you imagine that?

Golf Pro Jordan Spieth Talks Real-Life Diet & Guacamole Addiction

Guacamole Is Life

Despite his love for guacamole, Spieth says he gains zero weight. He actually needs to eat a lot to keep his physique in shape, and we can certainly envy that.