Residents of South Carolina as well as Florida know for a fact that there are some golfers who stick to the 50 degree rule. It simply means that if it is not at least 50 degrees Fahrenheit outside then there’s no way they would play in any golf course.
But for those who live in Myrtle Beach and have participated in late fall junior golf tournaments as well as early spring high school matches, the 50 degree rule means a different thing. The temperature during the days of competition hardly ever reach 50 degrees.
Given that, these golf players can tolerate playing golf even during chilly winds and biting cold outside. Golfers in Connecticut can even tee it up two days during Thanksgiving week. Some of them even encourage fair weather golfers to try expanding their temperature tolerances. Some of the reasons why they should do so are provided below:
The shoulder as well as the off seasons at golf courses mean significantly reduced green fees. A lot of golf courses will offer big discounts to those who play in November, which encourages lots of hardy golf players to play on a budget.