Why 'ice golf' offers some advantages to players
Perhaps that's why some golfers who can't wait, can end up playing a compromised version of their game in the winter.
In this case, the game was being played on the frozen surface of One Mile Lake in Pemberton, B.C.
The players saw some advantages in what ice golf had to offer.
"The green fees are cheaper," one of them joked.
As the CBC's Bob Nixon pointed out to Midday viewers, the players didn't have to replace any divots on the course either.