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How do you keep the rust off your game during the winter?

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Being retired also means I can play year around. My game might faulter at times, but it never gets rusty from lack of play. 

If the need a rises due to weather concerns, we might do a golf road trip some where. 

I feel bad for the golfers who live in climates that shut them down for several months. Especially those folks who like to play this game as much as I do. :-(

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On 8/22/2017 at 10:05 AM, MacDutch said:

Depends on where you stay. Near Malaga at the coast (where I go) temps are between 60-86 Fahrenheit.

Is this a permanent move? Are you still coming over here this fall?

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2 hours ago, CarlSpackler said:

Is this a permanent move? Are you still coming over here this fall?

Yes, permanent is the idea. This year no Florida, hope to do that again next year.

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