The weather sure is getting colder, and the sun is going down a LOT earlier these days. It will not be long before a lot of golfers will be putting their clubs away for the winter. Sun rise is now at 7:00 AM here in Denver, and sun down is around 6:45 or so. When Daylight savings Time ends, it will get dark an hour sooner, close to 5:00 PM before long. This NOT good news for golfers at all. Only good thing to come from Winter is there are LESS crazy golfers out on the courses, so you can play 18 holes in a lot less time when it's cold and the leaves have fallen off the trees. I'm sure glad I don't live in Buffalo N.Y. anymore. Way to cold and nasty at the east end of Lake Erie for playing golf in the winter.
When will YOU stop playing golf in your area of the glove? In the Denver area, I get to play all year round some years. Other years we get too much snow on the ground to play golf, but many years the snow melts off in a day or two and the courses are wide open for play. First three years I played this crazy game, I got to play 12 months out of the years. Since then it's been hit or miss you might say. What about where you live and play?