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post #415 of 884

I've been hitting balls at the golf dome, heated range, golf stores, and chipping/putting in my house. This, along with ho'ing clubs and golf anything on the puter and tv is getting me through. We've had a couple of warmer days now in SE WI with a bunch of rain today and it's making a little dent...

post #416 of 884

Cold weather is going to return next week, guys. Unfortunately, we'll have to hold on for another couple weeks I guess. I've been searching everywhere for any inquiry on how long this will really last, and so many people say different things. Some pessimistic weather forecasters always say it will be "well into March" that the cold will persist and some say the arctic air will remain until around March 3rd. Does anyone know how long it will probably last? This winter is draining me 

post #417 of 884

I've never hated a winter more than this one.  Too much snow, temps too cold and no breaks at all.  I'm hoping my March the snow is gone and the course will start to dry up.  Home course officially opens mid March and off to Myrtle early April so I need some practice time.

post #418 of 884
8" of fresh snow expected overnight. Well at least I got to work from home today, and watch the golf tournament!

One of these days!
post #419 of 884

Well the weather had a change of heart last night and dumped some freezing rain on us...still not summer but hey, at least it isn't snow.

post #420 of 884
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Originally Posted by Valleygolfer View Post


When I tried to leave this morning

I hate when they do that!

post #421 of 884

Drove home through a few raining cloud bursts last night, glad it wasn't snow. Today the temps are back below freezing.

post #422 of 884

I'm in MA, and outside of my office building there is some outdoor seating/tables for people to eat at in the summer.. the seating portion is about knee height (2 feet ? 2 and a half?)...Before yesterday the benches were almost the identical height of the snow around them, and when I came in this morning the snow had sunk a good 5 or 6 inches. Not much but its something..

 

Christ who am I kidding this is miserable.

post #423 of 884
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Originally Posted by JPK1988 View Post
 

I'm in MA, and outside of my office building there is some outdoor seating/tables for people to eat at in the summer.. the seating portion is about knee height (2 feet ? 2 and a half?)...Before yesterday the benches were almost the identical height of the snow around them, and when I came in this morning the snow had sunk a good 5 or 6 inches. Not much but its something..

 

Christ who am I kidding this is miserable.

50F today in MA, so we should get some melting.

post #424 of 884

Any NY NJ courses open today? Perfect weather.

post #425 of 884
I called all around today in southwest ohio no courses open and the snows melted away an almost 60 im depressed i need to play so bad i have an open wound ive been scratching
post #426 of 884

What is depressing is it has been nice for a week and I haven't been out due to the wind. No gusts today but I'm sure it will bring out the goons. I'll be heading out soon.

post #427 of 884

We are coming into what we loving call, "mud season". It is close to 50° out and windy. It is slushy slick and mucky out... Not exactly better....yet.

post #428 of 884
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Originally Posted by Valleygolfer View Post
 

We are coming into what we loving call, "mud season". It is close to 50° out and windy. It is slushy slick and mucky out... Not exactly better....yet.


Same here. Last week I hit every poor shot I could into the muck and basically destroyed a brand new pair of True shoes. Doubt I'll ever get the mud stains out of the mesh. We hadn't had any snow for some time and it was still a swamp.

post #429 of 884
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Originally Posted by Valleygolfer View Post
 

We are coming into what we loving call, "mud season". It is close to 50° out and windy. It is slushy slick and mucky out... Not exactly better....yet.

Nasty sticky stuff.  I'm not sure how long it will take for the tundra to melt.  We still have 8 - 12" on the ground here in MA.

 

Even after it melts, it will be a while before the ground firms up.

post #430 of 884
This fu$&@$&$ white stuff is pain in the a$$. It was beautiful yesterday but I had work to do. Today was/is suppose to be warmer than yesterday, so I was planning on getting out there to play. And I woke up to find fricking white crap all over. Not much just a dusting but enough to close the courses today.

Rant over.
post #431 of 884

Got out yesterday. My course, Kittyhawk Eagle course, Dayton, OH, was actually pretty good. Muddy balls, but my pants stayed relatively clean. The greens were pretty messed up though. But boy does a month and a half do some damage. It was like Feb. 2013 all over again with the fats and thins. I'm not admitting to my score.

post #432 of 884
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Originally Posted by mcanadiens View Post

Got out yesterday. My course, Kittyhawk Eagle course, Dayton, OH, was actually pretty good. Muddy balls, but my pants stayed relatively clean. The greens were pretty messed up though. But boy does a month and a half do some damage. It was like Feb. 2013 all over again with the fats and thins. I'm not admitting to my score.

I'm just south of you in Mason and I didn't want no part of the moisture....or should I say slop.
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