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Fly Through


This video shows the blue course, but with a couple of black course tee positions..

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 25th QP Open was held on 15-16th June, 2019.
The 2020 QP Open will probably be 4-5th July

From 21st July we will be opening from 10am every day, with booking slots every 6 minutes. The last booking slot on weekdays is 7:12pm, and on weekends it is 4:30pm. There is a strict maximum group size of 6, which complies with government social distancing rules, but is also essential to enable a steady flow of groups around the course.
Please make your booking and payment via https://quarrypark.app 
The course can be very busy at weekends, and capacity is limited by available parking space, so please do not bring a picnic as your parking space may be needed by someone who has come to play the course.
Covid precautions:
  • Toilets - please go before you come to the course to minimise touching surfaces. We don't have mains water. We do have sanitiser.
  • Baskets - avoid touching the baskets just in case. If your disc is within 2 metres of the basket, count it as a "gimme" - no need to putt out.
  • Picnic Benches - will not be in use, again it's trying to avoid having surfaces touched by others.
  • Discs - will be washed after use. You can of course buy your own.
  • Shop - will not be open to the public, but you can buy discs and refreshments. Staff will be inside and we will serve via the window.
  • As always, keep 2 metres from others, avoid touching surfaces that others may have touched, avoid touching your face, and keep some sanitiser handy.
The 26th Quarry Park Open is going ahead on 5th July. We have had to make quite a few changes to adjust to the social distancing requirements.
  1. It will be just a one day tournament with 2 rounds
  2. There will be a golf start with no player meeting and no awards ceremony
  3. Play will be in groups of 3
  4. Scoring will be via competitors own phones using Discgolfmetrix 
  5. There will be no player ratings or BDGA/PDGA points as sanctioning is not yet available in the UK
The invitation is posted on the Quarry Park Facebook Group
Registration will be at https://discgolfmetrix.com/1322460 
During winter, there is less daylight, less good weather, fewer customers and fewer staff, so we reduce opening hours accordingly. The course is also very wet and muddy in places, so boots are advisable. Hole 11 is currently blocked by fallen trees, as are the 2 black course holes in the woods. The short course is not affected by fallen trees, but the first 4 holes in particular have very soggy ground.
Weekdays: The gates will not routinely be open, but we might be working on the grounds and so it may be possible for casual visitors to play.
Weekends: the course will be open for play, but from December to February the course will not always be staffed, so the shop may not be open and payment for rounds can be either by PayPal, bank transfer, or the honesty box. We will leave discs out if there are no staff present.
 
The Masters at Quarry Park tournament is just a month away. Unlike most events, this is specifically for older players, born in 1979 or earlier. It is a PDGA sanctioned C tier event with trophies and spot prizes for Pro and Am divisions, but no prize money.  There is no requirement to be a member of PDGA or BDGA. The invitation and entry form are online. It's important to note that Quarry Park is letting the course exclusively to the tournament director, Sue Underwood. This means that there is no casual play for the weekend; it also means that all entry fees are payable to Sue (not to Quarry Park) so please pay in advance to Sue as we will not be handling any payments through the QP Pro Shop.
Heavy rain in the run up to the 25th Open resulted in substantial flooding and we had to improvise some changes. Fortunately the short course provided some ready made if rather easier holes to substitute for black course holes 6, 8, 10 and 11 which were unplayable. Tony Ferro from Switzerland took first place and £240 prize money in the Open division, ahead of Icelands Blaer Asgeirsson. The womens title went to Norwegian resident Hanna Hugosson. The other winners in the Professional divisions were Bert Brader of Netherlands (MP40); Jean-Louis Tanghe of Belgium (MP50), and Sue Underwood of UK (FP40). In the Advanced Amateur division Arnphor Gylfi took top honours, whilst in the Intermediate Amateur division Quarry Park's own Andy Clarke finished atop the podium. This was a European Tour event and 13 countries were represented in the field of 90 players! Total prize money was £1595.
Huge thanks to Tournament Director and Sponsor Andy Malcolm, and to Richard Hatton of Disc Golf UK who sponsored the players pack discs and filmed alongside Gareth O'Neill for a video which will go out on Central Coast Disc Golf's Youtube Channel.
We got the course in great condition for the Open and will keep it that way for visitors this summer. The opening hours are currently 2pm to 9pm on weekdays and 10am to 6pm on weekends. Weekday opening will commence at 10am from 22nd July for the period of school summer holidays. Come and play!

Opening Times


Weekdays 10:00am to 8:30pm
Weekends 10am to 6pm
Weekday opening will reduce in September

Please book via
https://quarrypark.app
 

** Then course is reserved for tournament on 26-27th September **

 

Prices
Short course (17 holes of 45m)
Adults £5, Children £3.50
Regular Course (18 holes of 90m)
Adults £7 Children £5
Free hire 1 disc/person

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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

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Mobile: 07780727921 
Home: 01926 864136 to speak to Derek Robins, or more likely leave a message. We don't have reserved tee times, and I don't need to know your plans unless its a big group at a popular time i.e. if you have a group of 12 or more arriving in more than 6 cars.

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