No. We are open to the public but offer Memberships that provide cost saving benefits.
There are tentative plans to expand to other shotgun sports; currently we are focusing on providing the
best Sporting Clays and 5 Stand experience possible
Sporting Clays is a clay pigeon sport that came to the US in the 1980s. Think of it like golf with a shotgun.
Players will shoot a set number of target pairs from 10-15 stations, moving to the next until the entire
course has been shot for a total of 100 attempted targets. The biggest difference between Sporting Clays
and Trap/Skeet is that the target pairs are not fixed and will differ from station to station.
Yes, we have multiple instructors that can help shooters at any level. Please email
firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your first lesson.
Yes, we host multiple kinds of competitions. Please see our Events tab or visit our facebook page for
Yes, we have one of the largest Leagues in the State. League is a great social atmosphere and a great
way to improve your shooting ability. See our League tabs for League details. To join, email
Yes. No more than 2 shells are loaded at a time; and no larger than #7.5 shot 1 1/8th ounce loads are
accepted. With regard to safety only shot sizes #8 and 9 and 7.5 are allowed. If you have questions
about the suitability of your ammunition, our staff will gladly help you.
Yes to both! We absolutely allow personal carts/UTVs. If you don’t have one then we have carts for rent
No. To minimize wear and tear to the grounds and provide the safest environment possible to our
shooters, we don’t allow road worthy vehicles on our courses.
Yes, as long as it has a stock, is a minimum of 22 inches long, and you use the appropriate ammunition.
Be aware we only have clay targets available to shoot, there are no static paper targets at the Ranch.
We will gladly host your private/corporate/charity event! Email Connie at email@example.com
for more information.