I play year round every sunday . but i live in hawaii and in the two + years i have been playing there was only two days it rained . i think the mainland courses shut down after holloween because of the holidays and family get togethers
I absolutely play year round. How could I give up my favorite thing to do for nearly half the year? That just sounds crazy to me. Plus, I guess I'm just not one to let much get in the way of me and what I want--which is usually disc golf :).
I also think that playing regularly through the winter months is something that has helped my game progress significantly faster than many others who let the elements scare them into hibernation. I pretty much felt this way before I got active in club and PDGA organizations, so I guess it's a cool coincidence (no pun intended) that my local course is the home of the original Ice Bowl. And this year at Albert Oakland Park in Columbia, MO we are holding the first ever 25th Ice Bowl!! We're still finalizing the date--probably the Saturday before the Super Bowl--and details. But since we're looking for a record turnout and donation to our charities, hopefully those of you within a reasonable driving distance will consider joining us for an awesome event that's also a solid piece of disc golf history.
Anyway, keep that hardcore disc golf coming. No Wimps, No Whiners!
I would love to play all year round. However the reality of 2-3+ ft of snow on the ground. Not to mention the build along half the course from snow plowed from the road make it hard. I play till about a solid foot on the ground.
Last winter I was so frazzled from not playing that I was in hip deep snow (at places) throwing. Made it really hard.
I think it is called realitly. I putt all winter though in my basement.