OSHKOSH - The wet weather continues to dampen plans for outdoor enthusiasts, and it looks as though conditions may only get worse.
Just one day after the home opener, the Timber Rattlers have hit a snag, Mother Nature.
"We actually did bring a helicopter in once to dry out the field after it had been icy for a few days, but that's not an option at this time. If the field is too soft, it does get a lot of wear and tear so we have to be mindful of that," explained Team Director of Media Relations Chris Mehring.
The team had to postpone Tuesday's game until Wednesday because of the rain.
And officials have their fingers crossed it won't be snow that delays any more games.
"We have all become experts on looking at the weather, worrying is part of the game this time of the year, but we'll do everything we can to try to get it in," Mehring said.
But the Timber Rattlers aren't the only ones water logged by the wet spring weather.
"We've had worse, but this is definitely going to be up there, one of the worst in the past probably ten years," explained Westhaven Golf Club General Manager Jason Jaes.
Standing water continues to plague golf courses like Westhaven Golf Club in Oshkosh.
In a normal year, Westhaven is usually packed with golfers by now, but course officials say at this point, it's unclear when they'll open.
They say it's up to Mother Nature.
"In the past probably four or five days we started noticing the puddling, so the ground is completely saturated at this point, no where for it to go," Jaes said. "We're actually supposed to have a high school meet this coming Tuesday and our first league is supposed to start Wednesday, but both are unlikely to happen."
And until the sun brings warm dry days, Jaes says it could be awhile before golfers can get out on the links.
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