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Cariboo Disc Golf Club puts finishing touches on Boitanio Park Disc Golf Course

The Boitanio Park Disc Golf Course is getting some final touches this season, though it has already been well-used.
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Bill Goglin with the Cariboo Disc Golf Club was lending a hand prepping the pad for a kiosk to help guide disc golfers at the Boitanio Park Disc Golf Course. The kiosk will be installed as one of the final touches on the 18-hole designer course. The Boitanio course adds to the area’s disc golf facilities, with four courses now in the Williams Lake area for the popular sport. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

The Boitanio Park Disc Golf Course is getting some final touches this season, though it has already been well-used.

At any time of day, on any day of the week, on a walk through the park, a person will most likely see people playing some disc golf.

High school students sometimes spend time over lunch on the course and you can see solo golfers tossing discs or larger groups getting in a social round with friends.

The course, installed last fall, is the fourth in the Williams Lake area, with courses also at the rugby fields, Chimney Lake, and one being completed at the Esler Sports Complex area.

READ MORE: Disc golf course set to open in Boitanio Park



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Ruth Lloyd

About the Author: Ruth Lloyd

I moved back to my hometown of Williams Lake after living away and joined the amazing team at the Williams Lake Tribune in 2021.
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