quote:Originally posted by GlennK:I agree. I would take cold vs. hot any day. I can golf in the cold, I cannot golf in the heat, especially when its humid.quote:Originally posted by PurpleHaze:quote:Originally posted by wine+art:
Hot vs. Cold, give me hot every time.
I dunno, w+a. When cold, I can always put on another layer, hat, gloves etc. There are only so many clothes one can remove when it's hot before law enforcement gets involved. There's just something really awful about a Washington DC summer day when it's 100 and humid. I just took a walk to another building in our complex (300 yard round trip) and it took 15 minutes for the sweat to evaporate and for me to cool down. Friggin' hate this heat.
That said, I'm lucky to live in a place that is rarely to hot or to cold!
Well, I have no problem playing golf in the Florida Summer humid heat...mainly because its also a time when few people are on the course. It can take 5-5 1/2 hrs in the winter/spring to play a round.
Of course, plenty of cold beers and sunscreen are required