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


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Quarry Park Open 2024

The 2024 Quarry Park Open - Aug30 - Sept 1

The evenings are getting shorter now, in fact each day the sunset will be 2 minutes earlier than the previous day, so bear that in mind when planning your visit. We have 2 tournaments taking place at the course. The first one is the UK Womens DG Championships on Saturday 17th September, and the UKWDGA encourage any women players to take part, there will be a wide range of abilities and all are welcome. You can sign up here The focus is on women, but there are also divisions for men. We are not expecting a large number of players, so both courses remain open to the public.

The second tournament is on 24-25th September, and is a Masters tournament with divisions for players born in 1982 or earlier. This will have more than 50 competitors, and so the long course will be closed to the public, but the short course remains open on both days. You can register here 

There is also a regular "League" night on Tuesdays, run by Paul and David, details here These guys may well be starting regular glow golf sessions when the league ends. Lights are attached to the baskets and players play with discs that glow in the dark, or have LED lights attached. Great fun, and a great way to get some mid-week fresh air and exercise if you are couped up indoors during daylight hours.

Opening Times

Weekends and Bank Holidays 10:00 to 18:00
Tuesday to Friday:
12:00 to sunset (11am for half term). 
Closed Mondays (except for bank holidays)
NB We may be able to open early by arrangement. We may close early if there are no bookings.
* Course reserved for tournament 30-31 August

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Prices including VAT 

New Short course (15 holes of 45m)
Adults £6, Children £4
Regular Course (18 holes of 90m)
Adults £8.50 Children £6
Day rate £16 (£12)
Free hire 1 disc/person
Annual subs £200 (£150)



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