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TAYLOR, B.C. – Participants from all over northern B.C. gathered in Taylor over the weekend for the second annual Battle of the Peace at the Lone Wolf Golf Course.

50 amateurs and first timers took part in the 6 division Disc golf tournament. Event hosts Fort St. John Disc Sports Club and the Dawson Creek Disc Golf Club each provided 9 baskets along with other equipment to make it possible.

Grand Prairie’s Mike Heckbert was the overall winner. Josh Stockmans was the top placed competitor among local talent. Jenna Stockman finished with the best score from the women’s division.

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Tournament organizers Daniel Martin and Dr. Clint Warkentin played a big role in bringing the now 14-month-old club to the golf course in Taylor.

Disc golfers received golf bags of $100 worth of swag ranging from discs, mini discs and gift certificates for an online merchandise seller.

$900 was raised for local food-banks in Fort St. John and Dawson Creek.

 

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