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Suburban Ultimate Frisbee (Schaumburg) Message Board › Moving fields for the winter

Moving fields for the winter

A former member
Post #: 14
I think we should switch to a much more sheltered field throughout the winter, so that we can reduce the effects of wind to meddle with gameplay and make us more miserably cold. The wide open field right by the lake at Busse is awesome for when we need to spread out over 2 or even 3 fields as well as getting more sunshine and being a beautiful spot by the like. But it's being wide open and right off the lake makes the wind that much more worse.

Maple Park, located in the crook of West Palatine and 53, where we played at two weeks ago was nicely sheltered by a treeline and houses. Drawback =no toilet on site - Although Melissa lives next door ; )




There is also Sunset Meadow Park just north of Busse on New Wilkie. It has a large field that is recessed into the ground. Never played there but I imagine that it would be a hindrance to wind.




What do you guys and gals think?
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