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Ive never played in the snow before. Anyone know if it is challenging to find discs after throwing into snow? Do they get buried easily or sit on top?
Ribbon idea sounds useful. I might have to try that out this winter. Thanks for the advice
I generally only throw trunk discs in the snow.
It really depends on how well you know your course and if you are able to see the tell tale signs of winter golf. I live in North Idaho and we play league all winter long, but we have become accustomed to looking for snow vaginas (hyzers), and mole holes (flat fast drives). You will be able to see distinct rippling across the surface and the disc will be past the ripples by about a foot or two. It takes a little time to get used to, but the only things I do differently in the winter is switch to a mainly Elite X, Pro, FLX, etc to improve grip.