Sporting clays is a form of clay pigeon shooting.
Described as “golf with a shotgun”, the sport differs from trap and skeet shooting in that:
- It is more difficult than trap or skeet.
- It involves shooting clay targets at multiple locations (called stations).
- Unlike trap and skeet, which are games of repeatable target presentations, sporting clays targets are thrown in a great variety of trajectories, angles, speeds, elevations and distances.
The original idea behind sporting clays was to create an experience that more closely reflects actual hunting conditions. Whereas top-tier trap and skeet professionals may have hit ratings nearing 100%, the best sporting clay shooters hit their targets only about 93% to 95% of the time.
Flush Event in 2009 where 75 targets are launched sequentially.
Clay target shooting involves shooters attempting to break clay targets flung into the air at high speed from a variety of angles.
Comfortable sport/casual attire with covered shoes. No slipper, sandal, high heels and sleeveless top are allowed. Field Captain reserve the right to stop shooters from shooting if they do not adhere to the proper dress code.