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Club Forum

Chat to other locals, arrange matches, brag about your achievements. It's all here in the Quarry Park forum.

360° Tour

Check out our virtual course tour.  Similar to Google street view you can pan around and zoom in on both courses.

QP Open

The 20th Quarry Park Open takes place on the 20/21st September. This had the biggest turnout of any UK tournament last year. Don't miss it!

The 19th Quarry Park Open was contested by a record 73 players from all over the UK, and won by Dan Ryan from London. Dan was the only player to shoot under par in all 4 rounds, and won comfortably from Hamish Blair in 2nd and Quarry Park locals Derek Robins and Jon Tweed in 3rd and 4th spots. The full provisional results are available at the PDGA website. The other divisional winners were Sophie Southgate from Essex (Women), Sam Stevens of the Croydon Club (Advanced Amateur) and Quarry Park's Lloyd Jacques (Intermediate Amateur). It was a fantastic weekend of disc golf and thanks to all th eplayers who took part and also to Neil Webber who was tournament director.
During the summer the short course is generally dry, but on the main course Hole 5 is perpetually wet. The situation is always liable to change depending on the level of rainfall in recent days, so if we do have a rainy spell, walking boots are recommended. The fairways are generally clear of nettles, but you will inevitably stray from fairways on some occasions, and you may well encounter nettles when you do so, for this reason I would advise wearing socks or trousers to at least cover your lower legs.  

Quarry Park had the honour of hosting the first BDGA Tour Event of the year on 2-3rd February. Half the course had been under water the previous weekend, and contingency plans were being made in case of continued flooding, but thankfully the river levels went down and left a very soggy, but playable course.

The tournament lived up to its name, with low temperatures and a biting wind, it was indeed a chilly chuck. Fortunately, disc golfers are a hardy bunch and we had a good turnout of 43 players. The first round proved pretty testing for most players,

Read more: Chilly Chuck Results

Quarry Park has the honour of hosting the first event of the 2013 BDGA Tour. The Chilly Chuck will take place on 2-3rd February, with 2 rounds on each day. As always, the event is open to all, you don't have to be a member of the BDGA or Quarry Park, you just have to register and pay the entry fee. Jesse Denny is handling registration and he has set up a web site with details. There is a registration form and a registered players list. There is a cut price fee for those who have never played a BDGA or PDGA event before.
We have a couple of ways for you to spread the love of disc golf this Christmas. The shop now stocks vouchers for £10 and £20 which can be redeemed against fees or merchandise at Quarry Park, and there's a voucher for 2 rounds. We can even print off customised vouchers for different amounts, but you will need to give some notice, as there's no printer at the course. We also have some greeting cards featuring winter scenes from the course. The opening hours are still 10 until sunset at weekends, although the course may be unattended in very poor weather. Call Derek on 07780 727921 to check.

Opening Times


Weekends All Year and Bank holidays
  10:00-18:00 

Weekdays



 

Mon - Friday    14:00 - sunset

 

From July 28th 10:00 - sunset
From Sept 8th 12:00 - sunset
From Sept 29th - by arrangement

Prices
Short course (16 holes of 50m)
Adults £5, Children £3
Regular Course (18 holes of 90m)
Adults £6 Children £4
Free hire 1 disc/person
 

 

Welcome

Welcome to the home page for the Quarry Park Disc Golf Course. Situated on Old Milverton Lane on the edge of Leamington Spa, this is a unique facility in Britain, in that the land was purchased and landscaped specifically for disc golf.

Disc Golf is a great sport or activity for all ages and abilities, and QP has been meticulously designed to be fair to beginners and challenging to pros. We welcome everyone from family groups and tourists looking for a fun frisbee activity, to professional level players from abroad. Disc golf is great for group outings too - we have had stag parties, sports clubs, scout groups, office outings, church groups, round table etc.....

 

What is Disc Golf?

Disc golf is a lot of fun and is similar in concept to traditional ball golf. The object is to get a frisbee disc into a basket in as few shots as possible.

 

Visitor FAQ's

Check the FAQ's page for answers to frequently asked questions.

 

Contact

Tel 01926 864136 to speak to Derek Robins, or more likely leave a message.

Quarry Park Disc Golf Course
Old Milverton Lane
Leamington Spa
CV32 6RW