Over 500 youth shooters will gather at The Clinton House Plantation this Saturday, Feb. 20 for a South Carolina Youth Shooting Foundation sporting clays tournament. Thousands of spectators are expected to attend.
The event will begin with a coaches meeting at 8 a.m. for the first rotation of shooters, followed by a safety meeting at 8:30 a.m. Warm-ups will begin at each team’s starting station at 9 a.m. For the second rotation of shooters, the coaches meeting begins at 11:30 a.m., the safety meeting is at noon, and warm-ups start at 12:30 at each team’s starting station. The 5-stand will not be available for warm-ups.
This is an all-day event.
The South Carolina Youth Shooting Foundation aims to instill life skills such as respect, ethics, sportsmanship, teamwork, focus, dedication, and commitment into today’s youth, and a variety of shooting sports is the means they use to deliver these lessons.
Youth learn firearms safety, accuracy, teamwork, and get to know other youth shooters from across the state. Click here to learn more about the South Carolina Youth Shooting Foundation.
Donny Roth, who is a shooting instructor with Shotgun Sports Plus, is one of the sponsors, and will be on hand to see many of his students and former students compete. Roth became a tournament shooter in 1991, and has been teaching shooting sports since 2001. He offers individual and corporate shooting lessons, shooting schools, coach and instructor certification, course design and layout, and gun fitting. Click here to find out more about Shotgun Sports Plus.
The Clinton House Plantation is one of the top sporting clays facilities in the Carolinas, and is the perfect place for this event. Shooters will enjoy the challenging, well-maintained clays courses, as well as the other facilities throughout the plantation.
Click here to learn more about the Clinton House Plantation, which offers much more than just sporting clays.