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PHOENIX, Arizona - Winter 2011 has been interesting, to say the least. The photos and video showing the mass of abandoned, snow-covered cars on Lakeshore Drive brought back chilly memories of days gone by. I tried but still can't recall any good memories of playing golf in winter. Even the most ardent of golfers can't play in snow. Probably not too many taking golf lessons either. In South Florida, where I now live, winter has stretched it's icy fingers to cause more than a few cancelled tee times. PGA Tour golfers teeing it up in this week's Phoenix Open woke to early morning temps in the twenties. Maybe the Packers and Steelers fans who traveled to Dallas for tomorrow's Super Bowl are right at home in the snow but I'm certain no one else in Texas shares that feeling. More than once I've heard the term "Storm of Historic Proportions" on The Weather Channel. The scariest part is that it's only the beginning of February.