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Comment from: Rob Rudolph [Visitor] Email
Great stuff! We play snow golf all the time here in Colorado using SNAG. We actually paint the snow green around the flags and blue for water. Lot's of fun sober or otherwise! Check out the site and grab a Player Pack and see for yourself. Golf does not end when the snow falls.
01/20/11 @ 07:23
Comment from: David Roy [Visitor] Email
I am currently in China, Heilongjiang and researching snow or ice golf since the weather here is suitable for that from November through March. I have absolutely no clue since I am originally from Alabama and love the warm climates. However, I think this is very interesting. I would greatly appreciate any assistance from you avid golfers. Thanks. David
09/07/11 @ 17:52
Comment from: Aaron LaDuke [Visitor] Email
Golf has began to grow into a number of different games other than the conventional 18 hole round on a groomed course. I have been researching events such as Urban Golf played on streets with tennis balls. There are also a number Snow Golf events worldwide. Many people in third world countries are creating there own forms of the game. These events are all GREAT for the growth of the sport. Between technology and many other factors, the game of golf and the world around us are growing fast. This being said, this is an opportunity to support many different positive and influential organizations.
11/09/11 @ 06:31

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