During the fall season, the mornings and afternoons can get a little bit chilly, which can sometimes make it more difficult for golfers to have the motivation to stay active, or to enjoy themselves on the course. However, just because the temperature is dropping does not mean that your game has to suffer! There are many ways that you can avoid being uncomfortably cold on the course. Here are some tips on playing golf in lower temperatures:
Choose to walk instead of using the golf cart
First off, opting to walk is a great way to get your blood pumping and heart rate up a bit, which will help you to warm up throughout the game. Plus, this is a great way to get some extra exercise.
Make sure you have dressed appropriately. Be sure to layer up, including a shirt, sweatshirt or pullover, and a jacket. Additionally, having the proper accessories is key, including a hat, sunglasses, and gloves!
Keep your gloves on
Throughout the duration of your game, keep your gloves on your hands. Especially as the temperature drops toward the end of the fall season, your hands will start to feel chilled and numbed. This will ultimately make it difficult for you to accomplish anything throughout your game.
Most importantly, have fun and enjoy the gorgeous scenery that comes along with playing golf during the Fall season! Grab your friends, family, or colleagues and book a tee time at Owl’s Nest!