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Old 11-23-2013, 02:43 PM
Central Scrutinizer Central Scrutinizer is offline
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Join Date: May 2011
Location: Kalamazoo, MI
Years Playing: 25.6
Courses Played: 109
Throwing Style: RHBH
Posts: 429
I'd rather play in 20 degrees than 33 drizzling rain degrees; that's for sure. One thing I don't do is play on fluffy, deep snow where I'm going to have trouble locating a Disc. Now...On crunchy, hard snowpack? That's actually quite fun. The skips are outstanding, as is watching your Disc continue to spin for a seemingly long time after coming to rest...

Now that I'm getting old, I like to get out in Feb., regardless of weather, and lightly toss a few putters around the yard, working my way up to throwing full drives by a few weeks later so I'm ready for spring. We had a spring break trip planned for Augusta, GA last year. I wasn't about to pick up my Discs for the first time in 2012 while standing on the first tee at WR Jackson, so I started getting the old arm limbered up a month before, and that included doing so on top of measurable snow.

Do go to Augusta someday...
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