Clock Shooting, as the sport used to be called, was created in the 1920’s by William Foster who was a grouse hunter. The sport received its original name because the playing field used to be a full circle with shooting positions at each hour and targets flying from only one direction. As the sport evolved and became more popular the field was eventually cut in half with 2 stations for targets to be thrown. We now call the sport “Skeet” after the Scandinavian word for “shoot”.
Today, virtually all American Skeet is administered by the National Skeet Shooting Association. Our registered NSSA shoots are guaranteed to be an exciting time for both experience and novice shooters alike. This is also the perfect sport to shoot with a group of friends as shooters are organized into “Squads” that shoot together. Come out and join us for a day full of shotgun fun!
To pre-squad and grab a spot in the next match, fill out the form below and click submit. Shooters may participate in a 12 gauge round and then again in the 20 gauge round. All shooters must have a current NSSA membership to participate. We have membership forms available in our pro-shop providing FREE membership for the duration of this year. See the links below for online membership registration. Observers and participants must sign in at the front office.
9:30 am – 12 gauge / 100 birds
11:30 am – 12 gauge / 100 birds
1:00 pm – 28 gauge / 100 birds
3:00 pm – 28 gauge / 100 birds
Cost: $28 plus a $5 NSSA fee per each 100 target round.
Eye and ear protection is required at all times in the vicinity of the shotgun fields. Before participating in our registered shoots, please visit http://www.nssa-nsca.org and be sure to check out their Rulebook for NSSA rules and regulations.