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Well...Fall is here and Winter looms...it'll probably snow sometime this month here in Calgary...greens are being aerated etc

My final round is this Sunday on a course where I shot my 3 rounds in the 70's this year. Hopefully can end on a good note

When is your final round?

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May have been yesterday. Signed up for our "Last Chance" tournament on the 15th, but life just got busier on the weekend (8lb and 10oz of busy).

dec. 31st.

I'm just in Charlotte too... I pretty much came to post this.

I can play basically all year long.  January and February can be miserable (low 30s and windy) but I am a complete wimp when it comes to cold weather.

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Originally Posted by Kieran123

Well...Fall is here and Winter looms...it'll probably snow sometime this month here in Calgary...greens are being aerated etc

My final round is this Sunday on a course where I shot my 3 rounds in the 70's this year. Hopefully can end on a good note

When is your final round?


I don't ever anticipate a final round.  If the weather dictates it, then maybe it happens, but we have a 50-50 chance of playing right up to the new year, with only an occasional break for weather.  Around here it's just wait and see - keep playing until you can't.

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The end of this month is usually the close of the season here.  Aside from a trip to Florida in December it's a long wait until April (end of March if we're really lucky)!

I'll usually go out twice a weekend to take advantage of fall rates until the end of the year and try and get well fed for hibernation.

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The just punched our greens for winter and the course officially closes October 23rd. However, we can still walk it till whenever we want, so I'm hoping to get into early December but that's pushing it. Today was my last handicap round so at this point I'm just going out to practice and to just have some fun. This is usually when I experiment with shots and things like that. Though it did snow a little today when I was out but just some flakes in the air, nothing much.

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I'm hoping that there isn't a break and that I can play throughout.  Last year we had some snow and cold, so this year maybe the temperate weather will just lead into next spring.

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Weather Permitting my last round will be December 31st, and my first round of 2012 will be on January 1st. ^_^

I can't wait till it gets cold and all of the Southern wussies head in to get away from the cold and I'll have the course all to myself.

P.S. I'm just being facetious about the Southern thing, hehe. So don't get mad. :)

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Originally Posted by Stewie007

Weather Permitting my last round will be December 31st, and my first round of 2012 will be on January 1st. ^_^

I can't wait till it gets cold and all of the Southern wussies head in to get away from the cold and I'll have the course all to myself.

P.S. I'm just being facetious about the Southern thing, hehe. So don't get mad. :)


I'm just in Charlotte too... I pretty much came to post this.

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We can usually play year around. There will be days that the weather won't permit playing and some where we'll have to wait for the greens to thaw, but for the most part, we play year around.

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