90 degrees yesterday. I started at 8:30am and ended at 4:30pm. I played close to 100 holes. I went through 3 40oz waters/gatorades. I felt fine the whole time... but when I got home I could barely hold my eyes open. I love a nice fall day but like McFarlane says, summer is a part of the game... a crucial part. To me... winter sucks!
There is always a flip side. I moved from Dallas to NE Minnisota these guys play when its -40 outside and five feet of snow is cosidered a slow winter. Hard to have a grip when you cant feel the disc. And people wonder why the southern states are the melting pot of the north..
The main reason I started the thread was the Google Trends link, that shows far more searches for "disc golf" in the Spring & Summer than other times. Seems like the wisdom of the Google Crowds says disc golf is more popular (at least more searched about) in the S&S.
Regardless of whether being really hot or cold is PART of the game, it's more FUN to play when the weather is perfect, the skeeters are manageable and the alligators are sluggish, which is from about early Oct to late Mar here. Yeah, I play when it's not perfect, but I'd rather play when it is. Strange, I know.