Fort St. John could soon get a second discand the only 18- in the area, a report said.
approached from the FSJ Disc Sports Club to design a disc at Charlie Lake Provincial . This was to attract people to the for other reasons than .
“Currently, we have only the nine-course. Although it’s easy to navigate and is very beginner-friendly, those who have been playing for a while would appreciate more variety. Like regular golf, you may have your favorite course, but there are always other options,” stated Tim Atchison who was one of the club’s board involved in designing the course.
“We are looking at clubs in other cities like Grande Prairie. They just built their third 18-Alberta provincials, with people from all over.” Atchison stated that they would “love to see something similar here.”and hosted the
Atchison, along with others, went on ain the woods to find out what holes could possibly be made without causing any to existing trees or foliage.
“It is quite thick in there so look out for natural lanes or gaps in the. The course layout has been mapped and we are currently waiting for to approve it,” Atchison stated.
“Then it would be time. It would take time to finish the work before we get snow here.”
The course will not have baskets for starting, but instead, tone targets — wood posts with hollowed-outextinguishers attached — which ring when the target has been struck.
Atchison said, “It’s an inexpensive way to set up and test a course.”
Atchison stated thatwill use the course as a pilot and that this is the first time that a disc- has been built in a provincial in .
Once the course is completed, the club is building a volunteer list.
Atchison stated, “Hopefully it becomes an attraction spot next to the.”
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