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Re: Cold Weather Gear 6 years 6 months ago #80736

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Living on Vancouver Island has its advantages.....many courses open year round is one of them.While the course I usually play will probably be closed (Just finishing 2nd year open.....gotta rest the turf)...I'll probably play here....www.storeycreek.bc.ca/ .(Wearing pants and a light weather-proof jacket of course)
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Re: Cold Weather Gear 6 years 6 months ago #80738

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It's starting to get chilly in the evenings up here in New Hampshire. It won't be long before it's pants and multiple layers and maybe even the winter hat :(

Re: Cold Weather Gear 6 years 6 months ago #80784

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Robinoso wrote:
Unfortunately that time of year is coming. I'm curious as to what everyone uses in the winter months where you can play? I'm also looking for best all weather gloves for those cold misty days. I'm in TX, so it's not always bad, but very windy in the winter here.

You should check out MacWet gloves. They have a great winter glove. I even like that you are able to use smartphone without taking off glove.
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CoreyKasif wrote:
We don't get much rain here in Los Angeles, but I have always been a fan of Sun Mountain:

www.sunmountain.com/product/outerwear.html

I agree with Corey's suggestion ^^^

And a decent glove would be FJ WinterSof it what my mates use in England ...... we don't really need these type of gloves in Sydney although the FJ Rain gloves come in handy.
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Re: Cold Weather Gear 6 years 6 months ago #80866

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I wear UA cold gear top and bottoms. I only weigh a buck 40 so I don't have too much " natural insulation". I also really like wearing the insulated vests. They keep my core warm and allow my arms not to feel constricted. And of course one of my favorite tips I got from a GB member round this time last year," a flask of whiskey will help keep ya warm"
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ramfuzzler wrote:
... And of course one of my favorite tips I got from a GB member round this time last year," a flask of whiskey will help keep ya warm"

Yep. Just make sure you have a glass-lined flask. Nothing ruins a decent whisky like that 'metallic' taste.

Brandy is also a good warm up if you enjoy it.

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