2022/23 Duck Golf Series Schedule
We're excited to share with you a (nearly) full Duck Golf series!
#1 - Sat, October 8th: Campbell Valley
#2 - November 5-6: Nanaimo
#3 - December 3-4: Raptors Knoll
#4 - January 7-8: Hope
#5 - February 4-5: Comox Valley
#6 - March 4-5: Langford (Mary's Farm)
#7 - April 1-2: Salt Spring Island
Series Finale - May 6-7: QE
We'll keep you updated as we confirm the final events 🙂 Additional questions can be directed to Lorne Bailey.
The 2022 British Columbia Provincial Championships will be held at McArthur Island on September 24th and 25th.
Register here: https://www.discgolfscene.com/tournaments/British_Columbia_Provincial_Championships_2022
The tournament is held under the banner of the BCDS and sponsored by the organization and as a result all participants must be BCDS competitive members. If you are not already a competitive member consider doing it immediately if you plan to register.
You must be a member by September 11th or you will be removed from the event at that time. https://www.bcdiscsports.com/join--renew.html
The Kamloops Disc Golf Club and Okanagan Disc Supply will be the main event sponsors and I would like to extend a massive thank you to them for all they do for the disc golf community.
Registration Schedule :
July 20th 8pm - July 27th 8pm, early registration for hole sponsors ( 48 spots @ 30$ ) and women’s and junior divisions
July 29th 8pm - September 10th 8pm, all remaining spots / waitlist
The BCDS is looking for letters expressing interest to host the
Provincial Championships - September 24-25, 2022
Basic eligibility requirements for hosting the BC Provincial Championships are:
The letter of interest must include the following information:
If your club is interested in hosting, please prepare a letter of interest and submit to BCDS tournament coordinator, Lorne Bailey firstname.lastname@example.org by June 15, 2022
If you'd like more information or guidance with the process or expectations, please feel free to reach out to the BCDS directly via email - email@example.com to edit.
BCDS 2021 Annual General Meeting
Sunday, November 7th at 7:30PM
Join using this Zoom Link:
Meeting ID: 851 4152 6172
We are seeking expressions of interest from folks willing to give back to the sport by joining the Board. We invite candidates for any of the elected positions, but are particularly in need of candidates for:
We are also looking for volunteers for board appointed positions:
2. President's Report
3. Incoming President's Remarks
4. Treasurer's Report
5. Membership Update
6. Other Items & Questions from the Membership
7. Board Elections:
- BCDS President Elect
- BCDS Board Executive
- BCDS Membership Coordinator
- BCDS Tournament Coordinator
8. Other Business:
9. Open the Floor for questions from the attending BCDS Members
2020 AGM Minutes
BCDS is actively taking proposals for TDs and venues for the 2021/2022 Duck Golf season.
Basic guidelines for these events are as follows:
Please send your proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org
BCDS thanks you all in advance for your support, and we look forward to working together to grow the sport and the series.
Note: BCDS holds the AGM at the first Duck Golf of the season so please be aware whoever ends up with that date you will need to accommodate a 1.5 hour lunch.
On June 30,2021 the BC Government updated Provincial Health Orders regarding COVID-19 and the return to sport plans that apply to our sport. We are currently in Phase Three of the Provincial Guidelines, which allows us to return to competition with minimal restrictions as described in the Phase Three Guideline.
This document will be continuously reviewed in conjunction with mandates from the Provincial Health Authority and the phase appropriate edition of viaSport’s Return to Sport Guidelines.
Good Day BC Discgolfers
On March 18th, our BC Government updated Provincial Health Orders regarding COVID-19 and the restrictions that apply to our sport. Under the current restrictions, we can have up to 10 people come together to play an outdoor sport.
For now, and till such time as the PHO, VIA SPORTS and the BCDS advises, the current regulations apply to all BC Discgolf players.
Note that under the current PHO:
The BCDS is working to develop a dynamic schedule to be announced soon; this will include events that we plan on hosting as soon as the PHO is amended and we are back to Phase 3 (Return to Sports) within BC. I am in contact with VIA Sports, and they are continuing to work with government to develop the next phase of return to sport because there are no current plans to return to phase three in the near future. While we recognize that some events/dates may have to be cancelled due to the circumstances, we want to provide some light at the end of the “rainbow” for BC Players, so please stay tuned for announcements from the BCDS.
As we wait for a return to normalcy, I would like to continue to encourage all BC players to embrace and mentor all new players that COVID-19 has brought to the sport. We are an amazing group of diverse Discgolfers, and if we all take a moment and introduce ourselves, club(s) and the BCDS to these new players, it will ensure that they are aware of the basic rules of Discgolf, current COVID regulations and course etiquette, allowing us to nurture and grow the sport through these difficult times.
COVID-19 New Health Orders
Good day fellow BC Disc golfers,
As we navigate these challenging times it is imperative that we all abide by our Provincial Health Orders and the BCDS Return to Sport plan to ensure that we stay safe and our sport can be played.
We want all BC players to know that the board is committed to keeping all our players safe with our Return to Sport plan. In order to do this, we need each one of you to stay up to date with the daily updates from the provincial and local entities on the restrictions, as these are dynamic and changing daily.
The BCDS strongly encourages all BC players to only play at their local (i.e. home) course within their local community, while adhering to all COVID-19 protocols and provincial health orders.
Please do not travel to other courses for friendly or league rounds.
While measures to this extent may not be included in the existing health orders, we need to set a good example and do our part to limit the spread of COVID-19.
The BCDS realizes this this is not a part of the order, but it is what we all need to do to keep Disc golf courses open for play.
Please take a moment to review the full order and reach out to your local City, Township, Parks Board for direction on how this affects your local park/clubs.
,The current Provincial Health Order issued on 11/19/202 states the following regarding outdoor sports:
Sports games, competitions and practices
Games, competitions, and practices can continue with no spectators and no travel.
We are in via Sport’s Return to Sport Phase 3 with the exception of no spectators and no travel.
No spectators are allowed at any sport activities under the order. The only people allowed to attend sport activities are those that provide care to a participant or player. For example, providing first aid.
Travel for athletic activities
Travel to, from, and between communities for athletic activities like games, competitions, training, and practice is prohibited under this order.
BCDS Return to Sport
BC Disc Sports
AGM 2019-20 minutes posted
The BCDS' Annual General Meeting was held Oct 14; read about the year in review and the BCDS' plans for 2020.
Annual general meeting announced
You're invited to join us for the BCDS' Annual General Meeting
October 14, 2020, 6:30PM via Zoom.
Quorum is always challenging, your presence is greatly appreciated.
Stay tuned for agenda.
Please send an email to register with Dan Laitsch for details to join us.