As the night’s draw in and the temperatures start to drop, the first taste of winter hangs in the air, reminding golfers that it is the time of the year when only the hardiest can venture out into the course. Whether it is because of dwindling daylight hours, plummeting temperatures, waterlogged, frozen or snowbound courses, there are many reasons why only the bravest golfers venture out onto the fairways at this time of year.
But does that have to be the case? Do we really need our fairways and greens to be fair and green?
The answer is, no you don’t, especially if you fancy trying your hand at snow golf.