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