Our 15 station Sporting Clays course travels along the natural terrain of the club's grounds, featuring 30 different clay target presentations that simulate field shooting of game.
The fully automated course utilizes the Long Range TAG System to allow user-friendly convenience.
SPECIAL HOURS FOR APRIL 2021 Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays Course opens at 1:00 p.m.
Tuesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays Regular opening at 10:00 a.m.
MEMBER ONLY HOURS (Member must have a Countdown Card) Tuesdays - Sundays 10:00 a.m. - Dusk Course CLOSED on MONDAYS (Except Holidays)
One Round - 100 targets (includes additional 30 targets for show pairs and broken birds)
Member with Countdown Card - $30
Member without Countdown Card - $35
Member - $25 (includes access to course Tuesday - Sunday)
Member for same-day shooting - Will hold driver's license
Payments Accepted: Cash/Credit/Debit [We DO NOT accept American Express]
GOLF CART RENTAL
A limited number of golf carts are available to rent.
Members - $10/cart
*Members who wish to bring their own cart or ATV must present proof of liability coverage*
PUBLIC OPENING ON HOLD UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
MEMBER and GUEST POLICIES
ALL membersMUST confirm that they have read the course Rules and Safety Guidelines. Members can print the form and drop off at club OR sign the roster in the clubhouse, next to the kiosk, acknowledging that you have read the rules. Please pay particular attention to Rule # 16 as it pertains to shot size and velocity, as it is imperative that shot not leave the boundary of the Club property!
Members are limited to 3 guests per visit and all must shoot together with the member in one squad
Guests are limited to TWO visits on a member's card. Afterward they must become a member or shoot at the non-member rate.
ALL guestsMUST sign a Waiver and Release Agreement and sign the Guest Registry prior to shooting. Both documents are also at the kiosk station in the clubhouse.
CLICK HERE for membership information and to download an application
>Please help us maintain the course by picking up spent shells and disposing in the trash cans at each station<