Michigan Golf In February

Golf balls sitting on the iced over surface of a water hazard at Lake Forest, Ann Arbor, Michigan

The weather was unusually warm for February yesterday, and even more unusually, with no snow polluting the ground, several local courses were open. I played nine at Lake Forest. Not surprisingly, it was a rough beginning. I took a double on the first, and a bogey on the second. Then I then settled down a bit and made it around in 45. I felt pretty good about the whole thing, especially considering the strong wind coming out of the west.

Officially, the temperature yesterday reached 50 degrees. That wasn’t a record though: it reached 56 on that day in 1938.


My goal is to play in every month this year. So far, so good.

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2 thoughts on “Michigan Golf In February”

  1. Excellent goal!  I love it!  I was out swinging the “orange whip” on Saturday.  Just beautiful.  I haven’t made it out to the course this winter, but there has been opportunity.  Great blog . . keep it up!


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