I only play in the hottest two weeks of the summer... and only for one day a year... and no more then 9 holes, that way I do not hurt the next year I play one time... it's true... what are we talking about again?
It's my guess that most of the guys and gals on this site are the biggest Disc Golf nerds and play all year around... Yes it is just a game... but also a way of life!
I started playing in Juneau Alaska, there was a few days I played in the winter... but once it gets to where you lose as many disc's as you throw, thats a bad thing! But when I was in Eugene OR it didn't matter I played in the rain all winter long... sometimes better as you might only have a few other players out there... time to work on some holes and not have to move forward until you are ready...
I'm glad that I am not alone. I agree with the fact that disc golf is a way of life rather than just a sport. I can't imagine living in a place that keeps 2 to 3 ft of snow on the ground for months on end. That would drive me crazy.