The City of Surrey has developed three possible plans for some currently available park space in South Surrey. Option A, No disc golf and minimal services; Option B, Nine hole disc golf course and light services; Option C, 18 hole course and highly recreation focused. The full plan report can be downloaded at http://www.surrey.ca/files/Fergus_Open_House_boards_for_web.pdf. Relevant maps are on pages 8/9/10. The City has a survey online where you can vote your preference: http://fluidsurveys.com/surveys/djmerry/fergus-watershed-park-open-house/. Please take the time to read the plan and fill in the survey. Please also make sure you send this info to friends and family in Surrey! Thanks for your help. (Note: Please feel free to fill in the survey, even if you don’t live in Surrey–they’d like to know if this will bring people to the city).
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Saturday, November 2nd: 2 rounds of 20 holes – played on top and bottom of Robert Burnaby Park.
Food cart available from breakfast until the event finishes.
Registration runs from 7:15 – 8:15 (at 8:16 all remaining reserved spots will be given to players on the wait list).
Players Meeting: 8:30am, event start at 8:45.
Limited Custom Stamped Duck Golf Glow Discs will be available for sale and as prizes at the tournament. These are fundraiser discs – and we greatly appreciate your support.
There may also be a few matching posters as prizes – so bring your best game!
We look forward to seeing you at Burnaby DG2!
Malcolm, Ryan & the Burnaby Disc Golf Club
Check out the birdie on 12 at the Langley tag match!