Disk golfers (l-r) Wes Eccleston of Kamloops, Paul Brownfield of Vernon and Chris Wilson of Kamloops practice their putting during the Summer Solstice disk golf event at Wells Gray golf course in Upper Clearwater on Saturday. Roughly 30 people took part, with participants from Vancouver, Whistler, Kelowna, Kamloops, Vernon and other locations. About the same number took part in the Doomsday disk golf event at Clearwater ski hill the following day.

Disk golf takes off

Upper Clearwater and Clearwater host two disk golf events on the weekend

By Keith McNeill

Upper Clearwater and Clearwater host two disk golf events on the weekend

 

Craig Neal of Kamloops takes a shot during the Doomsday Disk Golf event at Clearwater Ski Hill on Sunday.

Right: Kamloops resident Wes Eccleston throws a frisbee towards the goal as he takes part in the Summer Solstice disk golf event at Wells Gray golf course on Saturday, June 17. Photos by Keith McNeill

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