Dude, don't diss the cart. Nothing wrong with rolling a course, especially if the cart comes with the green fee. Golf, skateboarding, longboarding, BMX'ing, hiking, camping, road trips, and a little summer snow if i'm lucky. Yep, summertime isn't so bad.
Well I'm half Finnish so the summer solstice is a big celebration for us. Supposed to be having a big party in a park tomorrow but it's supposed to rain here so that sucks! The long days in Calgary are really cool though, much different from Ontario. Sun sets after 10:00 at night and there's still a trace of light in the sky around midnight, then by 4:00 am there's another trace of sun. It's weird waking up at 5:20 to full on sunshine!
Of course the winters are dark and long, but that's okay by me!
When I lived in Phoenix, I used to drive up AZ 95 which runs along the Colorado River between Parker and Lake Havasu. There are beautiful courses all along that stretch of road but that is just about the hottest part of Arizona. I was driving up that road one day in July and my thermometer on my truck was registering 122 degrees Fahrenheit and these fools were out there in the sun playing golf.....
I would be permanently immersed in the Colorado River not standing out on a golf course, at least not until the sun went down!!!
I was driving back from Phoenix almost exactly a year ago. It was 117F on the thermometer on my wife's van. It was hot!
But get this. I could stand that dry 117F better, than I could 90F in texas. Weird! That humidity is a killer.