The heated driving range I go to here in New York has large heating tubes over head in each stall. I assume they are heated with natural gas, they do put out a lot of heat. However, given you are in an open stall they really don't work that well on windy days. Yes I have driven balls there when snow was on the ground, kind of weird as the ball disappears into the snow. They do not collect the balls until after the snow melts which on Long Island where I live usually isn't that long. I have never been there when they have run out of balls. They have a huge number of 55 gallon drums filled with balls, but I guess they could run out.
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It's winter and Little_Buck and I have been bowling our Azzes off.........LOL
He's 11 and chucks a 10lb ball with impressive authority 2-handed.......he's a little kid that doesn't weigh 100lbs yet.
Rolling a light 10lb ball is a huge disadvantage, but he somehow managed to score a 254 with it! He struck 9 times in a row that game!!
He beat his DADDY that game!
I'm proud that he kicked my butt! LOL I average over 200, so he needs to bowl well for an 11yr old to beat me.
Edited by BuckeyeNut - 1/9/14 at 12:55am
There's a ton of people who do just that. After Christmas, the golf courses are packed to the gills and slow. Summer time golf down here is cheap and you have the courses to yourself, you just have to wear a lot of sunscreen and drink a ton of water.
Also, we were green and white. Yeah.