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What is the proper way to hit a ball when it is snowing sideways?

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This is in theory the second night of my league.  They called it at 10:00 am because of "cold rainy weather".

I just got back from lunch and it was snowing.  I know in the wind you swing easy to keep the spin down, is there a rule of thumb for snow.  Looks like I need to know.

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Wear a beanie, warm gloves between shots and swing slow and through.
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Hit it after downing 2 Hot Toddy's. Then you won't mind the cold or where the ball goes.

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Originally Posted by John Stone

Hit it after downing 2 Hot Toddy's. Then you won't mind the cold or where the ball goes.

Hot Blackberry Brandy and coffee or tea!

Or just nuke some Scotch and you're all set.....

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I'd stick to playing the 19th repeatedly.  But I'm a Florida sissy.

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Originally Posted by inthecup

Is there a rule of thumb for snow.  Looks like I need to know.

Orange or Yellow golf balls.  Clean your spikes frequently as the snow builds up quickly.  Chip or pitch balls as rolling a ball on a snow covered green will create a build up of snow on the ball until it falls over sideways (like a small tire with the ball in the center).

I hope you were just joking about playing in the snow!

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Originally Posted by bkuehn1952

Orange or Yellow golf balls.  Clean your spikes frequently as the snow builds up quickly.  Chip or pitch balls as rolling a ball on a snow covered green will create a build up of snow on the ball until it falls over sideways (like a small tire with the ball in the center).

I hope you were just joking about playing in the snow!

Not really joking but it appears the snow may be done in Michigan, hard to say!

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