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Old 11-27-2022, 06:23 AM
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When buying a fleece vest make sure it doesn't have mesh pockets.
The zippo fuel type hand warmers work best for me.
I bought an electric zippo hand warmer that doesn't work very well.
In the winter I see more hand warmers laying around the course than beer cans.
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Old 11-27-2022, 08:13 AM
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When buying a fleece vest make sure it doesn't have mesh pockets.
The zippo fuel type hand warmers work best for me.
I bought an electric zippo hand warmer that doesn't work very well.
In the winter I see more hand warmers laying around the course than beer cans.
If you dress warm, you won't need hand warmers. I see people on the course shaking their silly hand warmers and shoving their hands in their pockets trying to warm up and I'll I'm thinking is this poor sap isn't dressed warm enough.

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Old 11-28-2022, 09:10 AM
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Chuckling at you people in warmer climates. I always find it amusing when I visit places like Houston or Phoenix in the “wintertime” and you guys are wearing jackets, long pants, beanies, etc and I’m running around in shorts and a tee shirt enjoying the warm weather.
Last December I went down to GA to visit an old Army buddy and I hit Langley Pond on the way back. It was sunny and a balmy 50 degrees. The locals were bundled up like the kid from A Christmas Story and I was in a T shirt and just loving life. That trip made me seriously consider moving South.

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