Today was a great day for some good ol' winter time disc golf. No wind, right under 30 degrees with just a few inches of snow. I decided a 9 hole would be sufficient for the day so I twisted one up, layered up, laced up and was out. Threw pretty well for a course I have only played a handful of times also had a real nice thumber shot on hole 3 over 100 ft. of O.B.and through some trees, landing about 10 ft from the hole. That had me PUMPED! The thumber is totally foreign to me. I usually cant use arm motions like that or even forehand shots because of a titanium plate in my arm, fully loaded with screws and a pin in my elbow. Anyway, after i got done with my round there was a familiar car that i have seen around before parked in the lot. Usually the only other one there recently since its been snowing. I was able to meet up with him and have a chat ( i only play with one other friend now, therefore i dont get to talk DG with anyone other than online) about the course and DG in general. He started talking about footprints and how they were infamous for camouflaging discs in the snow. How he can tell where there are groups of people walking next to each other towards the hole and messing up the fairway. He had this tone in his voice as if to say I was that type of person ruining things for everybody else. This is my first winter playing DG, the footprints didnt even cross my mind as I walked from hole to hole. I will pay attention next time but, was I wrong for what I did, am I really an ass?