Golfers brave cold for Eskimo Open

January 4, 2010 4:44:38 AM PST
No matter what the weather conditions are, some golfers will get on the course whenever there's an opportunity.The 46th annual Eskimo Open took place Sunday at Cog Hill in southwest suburban Lemont.

Golfers bundled up Sunday morning with hats, gloves, heavy jackets, and then grabbed the clubs.

White golf balls won't work in the snow. So, golfers used colored golf balls.

More than 130 golfers signed up to take part. A $42 fee included a bowl of chili and a hot drink.

Cog Hill has been running the Eskimo Open since 1963.