We here at Go With Garrett's Golf Cars and Specialty Vehicles are lucky to live in a state that doesn't get quite the snow and ice that other regions in the country do. Even the northernmost point of South Carolina might only see one or two serious accumulations of snow or ice per year, and down by the coast things stay positively balmy compared to the winters faced further north.
Still, on those chilly days in January or February you may be tempted to put your golf cart away and swear off golfing in winter.
The truth is, you can have plenty of fun playing golf even when the thermostat dips. We have three tips for making the most of winter golf in South Carolina.