Thats one thing I do not miss about living in Alaska! I was a carpenter, and working in the cold was fine... it was the dark that made things hard. Show up and set up lights work for a few hours then turn the lights off... then work for a few hours then turn the lights back on... ohwell you get used to it.
But yeah in the 80's here right now so I play every week. The truth is Hawaii is more heat then I like, movign back down to Oregon where they have ...or kinda have winters.
Well, Randy (Arizona) Allbright. I am still playing in the snow, wind and rain. I am planning a road trip this weekend. I just like to hear your comments. Try not to get Sunburn. And everybody, just golf.
Glad to hear you all keep playing in the winter. I love this sport. I have played all over the country. Played in the cold in northern Cali. for Ice bowl. I don't miss the snow. I sometimes miss having seasons, but don't ever miss the snow. The woman and I are planing to move out of Az. after our daughter is born in April and after Lisa graduates shortly after. Maybe you all could suggest an area with lots of disc golf lots of jobs, and very little snow. Til next time aces for all
Only weekends for me here in MA , M-F 8-5 and by then it's dark. Team Challenge season has started up here , we have about 16 teams comprised of both men and women Pros and AM's. We play a Challenge every month home and away. Match play singles 1 pt. per match and stroke play doubles worth 2 pts. per match. We have an A pool and a B pool at the end of the season we have the A pool and B pool finals with tons of food a beer provided from the team registrations.