TRAP presents targets moving away from the shooter. Clay targets are launched vertically from a single machine. Our trap field has five shooting stations. A group of five shooters stands in a horizontal line, alternating shots until each participant has fired at five targets from their current position and then move on to the next station to their right.
If you need a bigger challenge, you can shoot Olympic trap. Unlike trap shooting, a few machine launchers throw clay targets into the air at varying heights, angles, distances and speeds.
SPORTING CLAYS has targets flying in all directions. Many people describe this discipline as “golf with a shotgun” because of the large number of shooting stations and the amount of walking involved. It is a true hunting simulation in the woods. Our sporting clays course includes twenty shooting stations laid out over natural terrain. Every station is unique and the speed of each target varies enormously. Get ready to expect the unexpected…some targets jump out from behind the bushes, some fly high in the sky, some are coming in towards you, and some roll and bounce across the ground like a rabbit on the run. The configuration of the stations is often modified to keep it interesting and challenging for our shooters.
FIVE STAND is a mix between skeet, trap and sporting clays in terms of shot similarities. It can also be described as a mini sporting clays course. There are five shooting stations where five participants move as a group from one station to the next. Each station features a “menu” of five targets including one single and two pairs. We use eight throwing machines to create a wide variety of flying patterns and combinations. The course is changed every couple of weeks so it never gets repetitive.