Ice Skip It

Written by: Tony Korologos | Wednesday, January 17th, 2018
Categories: BoneheadsGolfHackers

I live in the land of “The Greatest Snow on Earth,” the home of the 2002 Winter Olympics. Last year’s snowfall was massive and I had a fantastic time with my new skis enjoying the “pow pow.”  But this year has been very different. High temperatures and very little snow.  The skiing is pretty bad. But with the high temps the golf courses are open.  If mother nature gives me snow, I ski. If she gives me green grass, I golf.

I golf.

I played my first two rounds of 2018 this past weekend, 9-holes at River Oaks and 18 holes at Hidden Valley.  I made birdie on my very first hole of 2018, so I’ve got that going for me, which is nice.  Despite there being no snow, it can still be well below freezing at times, so as you will see in the video below, the lakes on the course are frozen. That gave me a chance to play “ice skip it.” I had no idea the ball would still be spinning minutes after I hit it.

And below is a golf instructional video on how to get the ball off of an icy lake when it is too far to get with a golf club. You can thank me later.

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