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Clover Leaf Pheasant Farms Sporting Clays|
South Dakota

Join Our South Dakota Sporting Clay League!

Try our challenging automatic
10 station 50 or 100 shot course.

Tournaments

Shoot & Put
4 Person team
50 rounds Clays morning, 9 holes golf afternoon!

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Clay Shoot Photos

Hours by Appointment

Call 605-873-5002

Cell 605-690-3955

Groups of 2 or more please call to book private shoots on days club is not open.

Cost Per Round:

50 Shot $20.00
100 shot $35.00
First Saturday of each month 4 Person Team Tournament Shoot! Starts at Noon!

If the fourth shooter is under 18 years old or a girl they shoot FREE! 4-H youth get special deal!

Call For More Info. 605 690 3955

CLOVERLEAF'S NSCA TOURNAMENT - 6-7,8-14 RESULTS
NEXT NSCA SHOOT 7-5, 6-14

605-873-5002 Cell 605-690-3955

Main 100 Targets
NAME

Blue
Score

NSCA
CLASS
NSCA
AWARD

NSCA#

MASTERS
       
Aaron Baloun
90
B
HOA
250684
Leigh Talley
79
E
640130
Paul
79
Hunter
Randy
77
Hunter
Will
68
Hunter
Jim
59
Hunter
Jed
57
Hunter
 
   
RED 100
 
   
Small Bore 100
     
Russ
52
Hunter    
BLUE 50
Scott
28
Hunter
John 21 Hunter    
Thanks for Shooting-Russell Nelson
History of Sporting Clays

Sporting Clays is a shotgun sport for the whole family and an excellent option for business entertaining. With minimal coaching, even someone who has never shot before can enjoy a round of Sporting Clays. And the sport offers opportunities for conversation and fellowship set in the relaxing outdoors.

Sporting Clays emulates hunting using clay targets instead of live game. Clay targets can be thrown to simulate the flight patterns of Pheasant or quail busting out of a grass covered field low-flying ducks, teal coming off the water or woodcock zipping through the trees. They can even replicate the pattern of a hopping rabbit.

The sport was invented in England in the early part of this century to provide wing shooting practice using targets that represented different game birds. It became a stand alone sport as actual game hunting in England diminished. Sporting Clays was imported to the United States in the mid-1980s where it has enjoyed growing popularity across all segments of American society, with the fastest growing segment being women.

The game is comparable to golf in two ways. Just as a golfer goes from hole to hole, a Sporting Clays shooter goes from one station on the course to another. At each station, the shooter encounters a different kind of shot which mirrors the wild game of the area. The second way the sport compares to golf involves the course. The layout and design of the Sporting Clays grounds depends on the natural habitat and terrain of the area, providing each course with its own challenges and character.

Sporting Clays takes shooting one step farther than its cousin shooting sports, Skeet and Trap, by removing the predictability of the clay's path and offering the shooter variety that changes at each station. This makes the sport challenging enough to be stimulating, but it is not so difficult that it becomes discouraging. A shooter does not need to have a brilliant score to get a terrific amount of satisfaction.
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