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Meanwhile in Indiana, where the temperature hit SIXTY yesterday, all the courses are closed for the winter. Including the facility with the heated driving range and indoor simulator.

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Originally Posted by wildebeest

Meanwhile in Indiana, where the temperature hit SIXTY yesterday, all the courses are closed for the winter. Including the facility with the heated driving range and indoor simulator.



Meanwhile on Long Island, the temperature was also 60* and the local 9-hole courses stayed open and were packed for a great day of golf.

Even though I didn't have my clubs and didn't score great, I got to try out a new wedge and completely pure'd it a few times, hit some great shots, and satisfied myself for the next few months

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Question, does the constant warm to cold temperature change hurt the clubs? I mean, the glue in the hozel has to become weaker, with the steal expanding and contracting..

Hey, if he's in Ohio, it was near 50 on Friday and going to be mid 50's next Tuesday. No snow required..

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Got 18 in today in N/ W NJ - mid 50's ... amazing weather for January.   First two courses that I know are open were booked solid - couldn't even get a tee time - seems I wasn't the only one wanting to take advantage of the epic warm weather

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