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Old 09-27-2013, 02:36 PM
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Originally Posted by texhop58 View Post
So my ace race this weekend is now going to be a wet event. After a summer of drought conditions it has a 50-60 percent of rain and thunderstorms. I am now debating on really shrinking the course and having the players throw both disc per hole to speed up the process. Not thrilled with this idea, but we may have a short window to work in. Rain is scheduled til miday on Sunday and I leave for vacation so the next two weekends for make up can't happen because i be 1400 miles away. Any body has any other options I should consider? Or is the two throw option the best on a rainy day?
Disc golf is not a fair weather sport. A little rain never hurt anybody. Of course, up here the rain could be combined with 35 degee temps. You would need a hat for sure in that case.
Maybe just buy a box of garbage bags and put one in each player pack as a Discraft rain poncho.
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