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There is a parking lot at the top of the Hill close to hole 1. Take 96th ave off of 86th street until it ends. There is a course map and general course guidelines posted on the fence in the parking lot.

Board of Directors

President - Josh Stokmans

Josh first played disc golf on a camping trip in 2016, and immediately fell down the rabbit hole. He has since played league & traveled for tournaments  with his wife, Jenna, and continues to battle with Tim Atchison for the honor of having the longest drive in FSJ.

He throws right handed, primarily backhand. His favorite discs are the Innova Destroyer, Teebird & Gator, Dismania MD3 & P2, , Latitude 64 Saint & Saint Pro, & Dynamic Discs EMac Truch & Slammer.

Vice-President - Tim Atchison

Tim has been playing disc sports since 2004 beginning with ultimate. He has played in both Langley and Surrey leagues and served as a Director in Surrey. Tim was first introduced to disc golf years later at Langley's Passive Park and has stuck with it ever since. He is a right-hand backhand player whose bag typically contains variations of the Boss, Roc, Mako3, and KCpro Aviars.

Treasurer - Jenna Stokmans

Jenna was born and raised in Warman, SK. She was introduced to disc golf in 2016, when her husband started playing regularly. She is a right-hand, forehand player, but is hoping to work more on her backhand next season. Her favourite discs are the Innova Katana, Westside Stag and Hatchet, and her entirely unique Saint Vader. Jenna lovingly supports Josh's full-on disc addiction.

Director at Large - Brant Churchill

Brant was born and raised in Fort St. John. He was introduced to Ultimate and Disc golf in Victoria while attending UVIC. He is a right-hand backhand player whose bag typically contains way too many discs! Some of Brants favourite discs are Latitude 64 River, Dynamic Discs Judge, Latitude 64 Mace, Latitude 64 Flow, Innova TeeBird and Innova Wraith. 

Secretary - Calvin Wright
Director at Large - Alex Adkins
Director at large - Patrick Turner