People Sunday afternoon had the chance to break out their golf clubs to play nine holes in Erie, in the middle of February.
It was part of the third annual Frostbite Open. Plenty of people braved the cold, and headed out to the beaches of Presque Isle for the golf tournament.
Ideally, organizers would like to play the tournament on the bay, but with the bay not being as frozen as normal, they opted for the nine holes to be played along the lakeshore.
Golfer Chris Ragacki, of McKean, said its a little more difficult playing in the sand.
"It was actually easier on the bay, the balls go farther," said Ragacki. "Its a lot more challenging. There's a lot of rocks, a lot of debris on the beach. Its a little colder also on this side of the lake."
Ragacki said he didn't mind the cold, since money raised will be going to the Presque Isle Partnership.