Sporting-clay courses require sportsmen to possess the reflexes of a cat, the vision of a hawk, and the index finger of a human. Hone your instincts with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $32 for a 90-minute clay-shooting package for one (a $64 value)
- $62 for the above package for two (a $128 value)
- $120 for the above package for four (a $256 value)
Equipped with a rental gun, shells, safety glasses, and earplugs, visitors take aim at 50 targets strategically placed throughout fields, forests, and hilly terrain.
Amelia Shotgun Sports
As the sun rises over Yulee, it casts its warm glow over dense evergreen forests, open fields, and hilly terrain as far as a clay pigeon's eye can't see. This is the home of Amelia Shotgun Sports: a sprawling outdoor facility whose location and staff were featured on the television program Look at the Bird with John Woolley.
Here, visitors will find resident instructor and two-time world champion John Woolley, who, along with certified instructor David Dobson, invites visitors to test their stance, aim, and concentration across his 24-station sporting-clay course. Winding through lush forests and fields, each station lets sportsmen home in on clay targets amid realistic forest hunting conditions. The facility also challenges sportsmen with F.I.T.A.S.C. courses, skeet courses, trap courses, and a five-stand course that grants an elevated view of targets.