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Old 04-25-2018, 08:15 AM
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No.

But.

Sometimes I regret it.

Unless it's a tournament, I'm not going out to play in the rain. I might get caught in it mid-round, but I'm not starting out in it. It'll be over, soon enough.

And it depends on the temperature. Lots easier enduring the rain---uh, "embracing the wetness", or at least pretending to---when it's a warm rain. It takes a lot more motivation to endure a cold rain, without an umbrella---usually, more motivation than I can muster.
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Old 04-25-2018, 11:20 AM
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Working from the assumption that disc golf is supposed to be fun...


If it's raining enough to need an umbrella, I'm not playing unless it's a tournament I've already paid for. If it's a tournament, I'll bring an umbrella. I may end up soaked any way, but I figure:

1) The longer me and my stuff stay dry, the better my round likely to be.
2) Given that tourneys have a slower pace (especially if its raining), dealing with an umbrella isn't that big a hassle.*



*...unless the wind's blowing hard. Then it might be more trouble than it's worth.


Didn't read Dave's post until after I posted. No surprise that I agree with him.

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