Golf Tip: Five golf activities when you can’t play golf

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Golf tip: Max, a Siberian Husky dog enjoys the snow and the empty fairways of Royal Portrush Golf Club on January 14, 2015 in Antrim, Northern Ireland. . (Photo by Charles McQuillan/Getty Images)

Do you need a golf tip or 2 to help you stay tournament-tough during the winter months? Read on . . . I have five tips for you.

We need some golf tips for when you can’t play golf. What’s a golfer to do when we ‘ve entered November.  The temperature in Bismarck, ND this morning was 15 degrees.

At least it’s 15° above zero.

And although many of us live in the south and still enjoy nice golfing weather (my wife and I played Sunday in shorts, for example), many of you don’t.  And even for us, the number of upcoming golfing days are limited.

So what can you do when the weather is less than optimum?

Golf Channel  can help with your golf fix up to a point, but after the third re-run of The Greatest Game Ever Played,  you are probably going to be looking for other alternatives.

Here are five possibilities.  All of them probably won’t work for everyone, but more than one of them probably will.

All of them have one thing in common:  not being on the golf course!

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