CALLING ALL SHOOTERS!!
Join us for the PVFYP Sporting Clays Classic, being held on February 13th, 2020 at the Greater Houston Sporting Club! PVFYP is determined to make this a first-class event and help our parent organization, The PVF Roundtable; raise scholarship money for students choosing a future in the Industrial Distribution discipline.
Our goal is to have 48 (4) person teams out there so don't delay, register your team today!
Who can participate: ANYONE and EVERYONE
What: Charity Clay Shoot to raise scholarship money
When: February 13, 2020 10am to 6pm
Where: Greater Houston Sporting Club (map above)
How does it work?
(4) person teams will be put on a 10 station course shooting 100 targets. Team with the most clays or "targets" hit, wins!
What do I need to bring?
A good attitude(MOST IMPORTANT)
Comfortable clothing; this is Texas, could be 100 degrees, could be 10 degrees and snowing, dress appropriately
**A VERY LIMITED NUMBER OF SHOTGUNS FOR RENTAL WILL BE AVAILABLE**
How much does it cost?
$200 Individual Shooter
$800 (4) Person Team...INCLUDES CART
$100 for (2) 2-person Warm-Up Game
$5 for 1 raffle ticket
$20 for 5 raffle tickets
$25/Square for 1 EXCLUSIVE GUN RAFFLE
$100 for 8 mulligans/4 person team
$25 Non-Shooter Dinner Ticket
What do I get?
Commemorative PVFYP Hat
Eye and Ear protection
Non-Alcoholic drinks before/during/after
**ABSOLUTELY NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES UNTIL SHOOTING EVENTS HAVE CEASED**
Ragin Cajun dinner ticket
A great day on the range!
Schedule of Events:
10:00 am Registration **ALL SHOOTERS MUST FILL OUT WAIVER LIABILITY FORM PRIOR TO ANY SHOOTING. PERIOD. NO EXCEPTIONS**
10:15 am Warm-Up Games
11:50 pm Safety Briefing and Instructions
12:00 pm Shoot Begins
3 pm Late Lunch
4-6 pm Awards Ceremony & Raffle Drawings
AWARDS FOR 1ST, 2ND & 3RD PLACE TEAMS.
TOP OVERALL MALE
TOP OVERALL FEMALE
DEAD-ASS LAST TEAM
How do Sporting Clays work?
A Sporting Clays Course is made up of a series of 10 “Stations” that a group or “squad” of shooters (4 people) move through.A 100 bird “Round” takes about two to four hours. It’s kind of like choosing to play 9 or 18 holes of golf! At each of the numbered Stations, there is a specified shooting location or “shooting cage” as it’s called along with other amenities like benches, gun racks and in most cases water coolers. Also at each Station, there will be two clay target machines (called traps) located in such a manner so as to present a unique challenge or “presentation” of the two targets, in most cases simulating some sort of flight characteristics of real birds. There is also, at each Station, a control button system that allows for the release of either of the two targets or both at the same time if desired. All firearms are always carried unloaded and “open” from Station to Station. Only when it is time for a shooter to take his/her turn, will their firearm be moved from the provided gun rack to the shooting cage where it will be loaded with either one or two (maximum) “target load” shotgun shells. Shooters normally rotate who goes first at each Station. The person who is first always is allowed to “view” the pair of targets so they know what’s coming. This is called a “Show Pair”. All shooters in the squad can also watch the Show Pair and thereby get prepared for their turn. Once prepared, the shooter in the cage will call “Pull!” at which time the person scoring will push a button that will release the first target. At the shooter’s option, he/she can choose to shoot the designated targets at each Station in any order they wish. Normally, all shooters in a Squad will shoot the same sequences, but, it is not necessary. The Squad will then proceed from Station to Station until they have shot their predetermined number of targets.
**ALL CHECKS MADE OUT TO PVF ROUNDTABLE. CASH AND CREDIT CARD GLADLY ACCEPTED DAY OF, SIMILAR TO THE PVF ROUNDTABLE GOLF TOURNAMENT**
**ALL SPONSORSHIP LOGOS MUST BE EMAILED TO TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR BY JANUARY 16 2020**