Our club facilities offer several different shotgun disciplines including skeet, 5 stand, trap, and sporting clays.
There are 5 stations and 6 to 18 strategically place clay target throwers (traps). Each stations will have a menu card that lets the shooter know the sequence of clay birds they will be shooting. The shooter is presented with 5 targets at each station, first a single bird followed by two pairs. After shooting at the 5 birds on the menu, the shooter proceeds to the next stand, where they find a new menu of 5 targets.
Sporting clays is a form of clay pigeon shooting, often described as "golf with a shotgun" because a typical course includes from 10 to 15 different stations laid out over natural terrain. The course size is often no smaller than 35 acres. Sporting clays simulated the unpredictability of live quarry shooting, offering a great variety of trajectories, angles, speeds, elevations, distances, and target sizes. Our sporting clays course is open year round.
Trap shooting is one of the three major disciplines of competitive clay pigeon shooting. In trap shooting, the targets are launched from a single "house" or machine, generally away from the shooter.