Did a search and couldn’t find a thread that hit the topic I am trying to get at…apologies in advance if there is a thread close enough to this.
I am a San Diego golfer, whose version playing in cold weather is anytime that you can’t golf in only shorts and a polo. Anytime it gets below 60 degree’s, thats cold for us. The In Laws live in Northern California, and I get to play a lot when we visit. Summers are super warm, and winters are cold. Have been playing the last couple days, and have a question about playing in the cold, does it totally mess up your yardages? What is the cold weather doing to my distances?
I am plenty warmed up and warm in general. But I will hit a shot well (not talking about mishits), seriously feel like I flagged it, and it will end up 10-20 yards short. And then the next shot I hit, I am pin high. Looking for some advice on playing in the cold weather. Are there general rules about Cold weather golf that I am not aware of?