The course is currently open from 2pm until sunset on weekdays, and from 10am until 6pm on Saturdays and Sundays. From September 29th we will be open only by arrangement on weekdays. Please note that the course is reserved for the Quarry Park Open on the weekend of 20/21st September.
If we get a wet spell the overflow carpark may not be usable, so it would be great if people could car share where possible, and park close to adjacent cars, so we can accomodate as many visitors as possible in the gravel car park..
Here is the sunset times for the last week of regular weekday opening.
Sept 22: - 19:05
From the end of April, or possibly earlier, we will be opening every weekday evening from 6pm.
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Liam is working this week so the course will be open from 2pm until sunset 15-17th April. Then 10am until 6pm April Friday 18th to Monday 21st
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We have the Easter and May bank holidays coming up, and we will be open from 10:00 until 18:00 on those days.
The course is still wet in places, so walking boots are best. You can always skip the wet holes and play some others twice instead. Holes 1, 5, and 12 are the worst affected.
In total we had an impressive turnout of 61 players taking part in the 2014 Chilly Chuck at QP on 22/23 February. The Open division champion is Chris O'Brien who won by 3 shots from Derek Robins and Dan Ryan. The Amateur Division Champion is QP's own Gary O'Malley, who won after a play-off with Neal Clifton. The Intermediate Amateur title went to Nick Blakehill.
Conditions were very testing with high winds and slippery ground. Players came from far and wide, including Cornwall and Scotland, but the furthest travelled were 4 friends of mine who came from the Bergen club in Norway. Big thanks to Bruce for being Tournament Director. The full results are posted on the PDGA website.
After 23 consecutive years as UK Tour Champion I have finally relinquished my crown to Dan Ryan, but hopefully I won't be hanging up my disc golf bag for many years yet! In the QP Club, Jon Tweed is starting to snap at the heels of the title contenders and has finished 4th in the last 2 British Tour events. In his first full year of playing, Lloyd Jacques has been improving at an astounding rate, winning the Intermediate Amateur title in his last 2 tournaments.