Jon Tweed finished strongly to win the Amateur Division at the Essex Open last weekend. This was his 4th victory this year and gives hin an unassailable lead on the BDGA Tour, so he will be crowned the Amateur Champion. Tweedy has decided to now move up to the Open division for the next event, which is the Quarry Park Open on 15-16th September. Fellow Quarry Park player Mark Davis led Tweedy by one shot going into the final ...
We are now open from 10:00 every day of the week. Now that QP has officially recognised that summer is here, we hope that the weather will do likewise! I'm pleased to say that last year's staff are back to help again, Chris, Liam and I will be happy to welcome visitors to the course. There is so much groundwork to do that they will sometimes be absorbed in those duties, but please do find them if you need assistance, they will be happy to help, and may appreciate a break from the heavy work! We do have one tournament on the horizon - the Quarry Park Open takes place on 15-16th September and the course will be reserved for competitors only for that weekend.
Neil 'Bruce' Webber is now offering coaching at Quarry Park. Neil is a British Disc Golf Association accredited coach with over 10 years’ experience playing on the British and European Tours.
The 34th British Open Championship in disc golf was won by Dan Ryan, originally from California, but now based in London. Dan started the day 4 shots behind local course pro Derek Robins, but gained 3 shots in the 3rd round on Sunday morning.