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Old 10-07-2012, 11:08 AM
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Just finishing winter out here in Santiago, at the worst of it i wore basketball shorts under my jeans, but no more than just a sweater. I expect the same coming up when I'm back to Cali in a few weeks. I'm planning on getting a warmup jacket for when I'm out playing near the coast. Another thing I'm thinking would be a coffee thermos. Sounds smart.

Also, water. Lots. Even when it's cold out you gotta stay hydrated to keep ur head thinking straight.
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Old 10-18-2012, 09:37 PM
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I'm hoping Idaho winter is like last year, with barely any snow. I can stand lower temperatures no problem. Between November-February the highs are 35-40. It's mid-October and I was wearing jeans with a tshirt out on the course today before 5pm. Then evening drops under 25 degrees. I'll probably just wear my Carhartt jacket between holes, with a hoodie underneath so I can take the jacket off while throwing. I have a variety of underarmor due to all the years of playing fall league baseball. Of course the long jons with jeans on top, and one of my many beanies for my head. We have quite a few winter courses here that pop up at local parks cause the foot traffic is reduced to a very low minimum. Given they're only 9 holes, but I'll have plenty to do until March rolls around again.
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Old 10-18-2012, 11:39 PM
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zippoo refillable handwarmers are the best!! and i also keep a nice pint of scotch for mid round warm up pulls :P then layers and layers of clothes haha
Another vote for Zippo handwarmers. I run mine on Coleman white gas (naptha) instead of lighter fluid. So far so good, and a quarter of the cost.
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Old 10-18-2012, 11:47 PM
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Light windproof jacket with a long sleeve performance tee under for a little more warmth/wind protection. Wind pants with maybe pjs underneath if it's really cold. Sealskinz and my hiking boots. Also a muff with hand warmers in it.
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Old 10-18-2012, 11:49 PM
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a tshirt and jeans probably. maybe some flannel if i'm feeling adventurous.

georgia winter = most places springs.
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Old 10-19-2012, 01:54 AM
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I live in a sweet little spot in Northeast Oregon where the surrounding mountains act as a funnel and push all the wind traveling from the Pacific to the interior through my valley. Constant 30 mph winds are the usual, and if there is snow within 100 miles, it's being driven like a leer-jet into anything taller than a blade of grass.
But I'm still at the course every other day...

Boots, wind-proof jacket and pants, hoodie, layers, FIREBIRDS.
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Old 10-19-2012, 06:25 PM
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Asolo hiking boots
Smartwool socks
Outdoor Research gaiters
REI wind/water resistant pants
Long sleeve, moisture wicking shirt
Short sleeve, moisture wicking shirt
Bears long sleeve windbreaker
Versatile and adjustable head/neck/face-mask
Bears muff with or without handwarmers depending on temp.
Waterproof gloves...since I got the muff last winter, these typically stay in the bag.
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Old 10-19-2012, 06:33 PM
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Long underwear shirt and pants
Thick sweatpants
A hoodie
A windbreaker
Stupid looking furry hat
Timberlands
Couple pairs of gloves
And some towels
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Old 10-19-2012, 06:41 PM
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For the coldest days:
Keen waterproof shin high boots
Smartwool socks
OR gaiters
Under Armor leggings
thin sweatpants
Marmot waterproof and windproof pants
Under Armor long sleeve shirt
long sleeve thermal
zip fleece
Marmot waterproof and windproof jacket
OR waterproof gloves with a fleece liner and sometimes hand warmers
knit cap

I only wear all of that for those days where it's below zero with a good wind blowing.
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Old 10-20-2012, 12:59 AM
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Light windproof jacket with a long sleeve performance tee under for a little more warmth/wind protection. Wind pants with maybe pjs underneath if it's really cold. Sealskinz and my hiking boots. Also a muff with hand warmers in it.

Mmmmmm Muff always warms my hands.....
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