We have three sporting clays courses to accommodate shooters of all skill levels. All use state-of-the-art automatic traps.
The new 100-target, 14-station Ridge Course, with it’s spectacular views of the surrounding mountains, will challenge even the most experienced master class shooter. There are target presentations here you will not find on any other sporting clays venue.
The 100-target Valley, 11-station course is also quite challenging with a plethora of quick, darting targets simulating rabbits, teal, grouse, quail and just about everything else with wings or legs.
Last is a 50-target, 5-station sub gauge course that can also be shot by less experienced shooters with a 12 or 20 gauge
Carts are available for sporting clays shooters who wish to use them.
SKEET, TRAP, & FIVE STAND
The Club participates in the NSSA and provides tournament quality Skeet and Trap Fields. The Club has two five-stand courses. Both covered so they can be shot in any weather. One has eight traps including two towers and a rabbit. Three levels of shooting difficulty are available. This five stand may be shot with all four gauges.
Then there is the “Big Boy” five-stand located on the Skeet field, which will challenge even the best shooters. Equiped with 10 traps throwing lots of long crossing targets.
All the targets are changed regularly to provide new challenges and opportunities.
Unique shooting contests are often scheduled on the Skeet Field. A Club favorite is Scrap. Scrap is a last person standing game where everyone starts with 25 shells. The first station is the #1 station on the skeet field and each person shoots targets out of a wobble trap until they either break the target or miss four targets in a row. When everyone has shot the first station they move to the second skeet station and so on. The last person to break a target wins the game.