Sporting Clays

Both addictive and challenging, sporting clays is often referred to as “golf with a gun”.
Instead of sinking a ball into a hole, shooters aim to break targets along a designated course.

Pintail Point shooting clays4Sporting Clays began as a way for hunters to practice their skills on shooting courses designed to simulate different hunting situations. “Birds” were shot into the sky while “rabbits” and similar animals ran along the ground.

The Point at Pintail Sporting Clay course is available year round, rain, snow or shine.  Shooting options include 25 diverse shooting stations offering an exciting array of targets, a water-backdrop wobble trap.  All target presentations can be modified to accommodate shooting skill levels.  The course is handicapped accessible.

Holding true to the legacy of the Eastern Shore, a well-maintained cart and walking path meanders through 55 acres of picturesque landscape accented with natural vegetation, scenic river views and an assortment of distinctive gazebos.

Follow these links for more details on the various sporting clays options available at the Point at Pintail:

To view scores from a recent sporting clay tournament, click here.

An inviting environment for novice and experienced shooters alike, in-house certified NSCA shooting instructors offers shooting instruction and clinics throughout the year for:

  • Pintail Point shooting clay youthIndividuals
  • Groups (2 or more)
  • Family & Youth (10-16 years old)
  • Women’s Clinics
  • Corporate Lesson (5 or more)

Sporting Clays are an ideal activity for:

Click here to make a sporting clays reservation.

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