Surrey disc golf course
If you would like to support the efforts to create a free, public access Disc Golf course in the City of Surrey, please sign this electronic petition. Disc Golf is played according to the same basic rules as Golf, however: - the ball and clubs are replaced by flying discs (frisbees); - the hole is replaced by a basket. The object of Disc Golf is to complete a course of 9 or 18 holes with the fewest number of throws of the disc. It is important to know that Disc Golf is a sport that: - has existed for more than 30 years - is played on more than 2500 courses in 30 countries. - includes more than 50 Disc Golf courses installed in British Columbia, including several in Greater Vancouver (http://discbc.com/clubs/) with the glaring exception being Surrey - can be played by people of all ages - is very affordable, since a flying disc (frisbee) is the only equipment required in order to play Disc Golf is so popular that an association of professional players has existed for more than 10 years, and numbers more than 80000 rated members. (www.PDGA.com) Thank you for your support. Each signature helps enormously to support our initiative in our dealings with municipal and governmental bodies in the Surrey area.