I guess it rains there a lot? Sounds like my local courses and wind. We're playing a course today that sits on what is basically the top of a cliff over looking a massive valley the city is in. I've never played a round there with no wind. There's also a ton of elevation change on holes. 20-40 feet up or down on about 6-7 and about a 100+ foot drop over 350 feet on another. Needless to say throwing downhill into a crazy headwind is tough. But hey that's why we play.
being born and raised here in the willamette valley i love the rain and the lushness and the mossy greeness and can't live without it... only rarely does it rain too much for me to still be willing to get out in it and enjoy myself... i lived down in Ashland for 4 years (technically still oregon) and felt all dryed out like a sad little wrinkly pruney version of myself... but a forecast of 7 days of sunshine also doesn't bother me a bit...
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Go for it as it is supposed to be very warmer today and tomorrow. I live in Rockaway Beach, and I see more people coming to the coast to take advantage of those weather. Yesterday, my man and I took a walk on the beach, it sure felt like Spring, nice warm with soft breezy!!
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