Our sporting clays course currently consisting of fourteen shooting stations (varies depending on conditions) is laid out through the nicely wooded club grounds. All trails on the course are accessible on foot, by golf cart or ATV, (weather permitting) so feel free to bring your preferred mode of transport. Each of thirteen shooting stations operate automatic target traps, with one or two additional stations running manual traps. Our course generally operates two days each week during the warmer weather months, we invite and encourage public participation and accommodate shooters of all ages and skill levels. The course atmosphere is casual and friendly, the course itself is changed frequently, so you will never be bored.
The club house will be open on Sundays during and after clays shooting, refreshments are available and sometimes lunch as well.
The sporting clays course is open every Sunday morning year round, shooting starts at 10am and shooters may elect to shoot either 50 or 100 clay targets. 50 Targets for $20 100 Targets for $30 Non club members add $5 Junior shooters age 16 or younger are welcome but must be accompanied by an adult. The cost for junior shooters is $10 per 50 targets, regardless of member status.
The clays course will be open on Wednesdays at noon as of 7/16/2019. The fee will be a flat rate $20 for 50 targets. The course will be open as weather and available personal permit, so be sure to check below before you drive out there.
The club house is not usually open during Wednesdays clay shooting.
Please note that non club members are very welcome to come shoot our course but will be required to sign a waver of liability prior to participating.
Please check this page frequently for updates. I will be posting sporting clays event information, current course conditions and anticipated course closures. If you have questions regarding PGC Sporting Clays, you can Click Here to send your inquiry and
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Date: Course: Open/Closed Expected Course conditions:
9/18/2019 OPEN at Noon Partly Cloudy, about 60` Wednesday
Bear poking Baer
As if it’s not enough work loading machines in the first place this is what I found on Wednesday morning. A pretty clear case of a black bear screwing around with a Brent Baer. Cover pulled off and dragged into the trees, machine knocked over and an 80lb tub of targets pushed off the pallet. Sign in the immediate area looked like juvenile bear disapproved of my machine location. Fortunately no serious damage resulted, but next time I see that bear were going to have talk; I mean really, just because you don’t like a target there’s no reason to get mad.
NSCA Registered Shoot on May 25, 2019
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An new article regarding PGC sporting clays Click Here to go to the News and Commentary page.
2019 Sporting Clays Winter Fun League Please Click Here to view the final results.
Any club member clays shooter that is interested in participating in the operation and improvement of the PGC sporting clays endeavor is highly encouraged to do so. Volunteer a little time to help support our clays course and the club. A big commitment isn’t required, any help is greatly appreciated so please talk to Brent at the club if you can pitch in.