Friends of mine who decided to play golf on their course during the snow in DC Metro area, crazy, OK or does it hurt the course later?
Frost in the morning down here will result in a delay of start times until it clears off because it can damage the course, but snow?
thats what I am talking about. playing on frost of frozen turf is no good but if you are in a area that doesnt freeze it shouldnt do much if any damage
I hope none of them stepped across each others' putting lines. Interesting that the greens look like they are accumulating more than other areas of the photo.
I'm in Herndon, VA, and I thought most courses were closed in the snow. Like someone said above, I know tee times in the morning are pushed back due to frost (happens regularly at Twin Lakes where I play frequently)... so I just assumed that included snow and never even thought of going out.
Right now, we're bracing for about 15 hours of snow starting tonight around 9pm. Maybe the Herndon muni course will be open tomorrow!