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Sport Photos: #snowgolf is the real deal, but here are some warmer places to dream about

06:20  18 february  2021
06:20  18 february  2021 Source:   golfweek.com

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Covered in snow? Worried about firewood running low or the pipes bursting? You’re not alone. Much of the country is in the grasp of the most recent snowmegaddon, and our hearts go out to those severely impacted.

a person skiing down a snow covered slope: Troon North Golf Club © Provided by Golfweek Troon North Golf Club

But just like throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, many are looking to golf as an escape from their current snowy, miserable conditions. A brisk walk and a few photos of golf courses blanketed in snow – or even a few swings, with orange balls preferably – might be in order. Check out some of the photos making the rounds on Twitter and beyond, then take a peek at the bottom of this story for some dreamy photos of warmer days in tropical locales.

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First, the snow. These first two are from Arizona. Really, Arizona.

a man riding skis down a snow covered slope © Provided by Golfweek

Snow covers the first hole of the Pinnacle course at Troon North Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz. (USATODAY)

a person skiing down a snow covered slope: Troon North Golf Club © Provided by Golfweek Troon North Golf Club

Snow covers the practice putting green at Troon North Golf Club on Feb. 22, 2019, in Scottsdale, Ariz. (USATODAY)

Twitter also offered up a world of cold. From Texas to the United Kingdom, it seems to be cold everywhere.

Things are equally bad in much of the United Kingdom, especially Scotland, as judged by these next two:

If all this fresh snow has you dreaming of somewhere warm, check out Golfweek’s Best list of top courses in Mexico, the Caribbean, the Atlantic islands and Central America for 2021. To get those golf juices flowing, here are a few photos from that list:

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