The Golf Book: Green Cathedral Dreams

When Wet Weather Woes Wash Out Golf

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When the floodgates open and the skies send forth a deluge it is not ideal weather for playing golf. In fact, in many instances golf courses are closed for play due to water damage. Those of us who live for the white ball game can find themselves locked out from the green cathedral, whilst it recovers from the soaking. Twiddling one’s thumbs at home can be frustrating when the spirit longs to stride the fairways. There are sometimes opportunities to volunteer to help the course recover if you are a member of a golf club. This is a good thing to do when wet weather woes wash out golf.