Kris and I played some golf in the snow, We battled 8"+ snow depth at C hill yesterday morning. The fog and frost were pretty thick also. Rarely staying on top of the snow unless walking atop of a sled path. Our ribboned discs flew short but eventually straight in the fridged air.We were both trying out newly dyed glo Orcs
My T shot downhill on #6 was one i wish we hadnt taken our eyes off of. I didnt get it turned to the R enough and it hyzered L just shy of the tree line , something like 250' short. Kris tee'd after me, and was short of my lie(where my disc had hit the snow/ground). Kris's 2nd shot came to rest at the base of the hill positioned good to hit the gap/ opening towards the basket.
That's when i noticed something lime green 20' away from his lie. We thought it was a piece of plastic from a broken sled that we passed higher on the hill.
Then Kris said , " i think that your disc, i think i see a tail on it". As we got closer, and i examinned the location of where i thought my disc wouldbe. Sure enough it was my disc. It had slide on its top over 150' towards the basket and left me with a nice 80' upshot for par.