Clay-Shooting Package for Two, 50 Clays for Two, or All-Day Archery Access at Tampa Bay Sporting Clays (Up to 60% Off)

Central Pasco

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In a Nutshell

A trail system runs throughout 250 wooded acres, connecting sportsmen to three sporting-clay courses and two archery courses

The Fine Print

Expires Oct 31st, 2012. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Must sign waiver. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Clay shooting requires sportsmen to possess the reflexes of a cat, the vision of a hawk, and the index finger of a human. Trigger your instincts with this Groupon.

Choose from Three Options

$49 for a clay-shooting package for two (a $115 total value)

  • 100 clays (a $45 total value)
  • One gun rental (a $20 value)
  • Four boxes of ammo (a $30 total value)
  • Golf-cart rental (a $20 value)

$11 for 50 clays for two people to split (a $22.50 total value)

$8 for all-day archery access to both the stationary and 3-D courses (up to a $20 value)

Tampa Bay Sporting Clays

Tampa Bay Sporting Clays sits on 250 acres of forest and brush. A trail system connects three sporting-clays courses, each consisting of 8–13 stations that challenge marksmen of all ages and experience levels. Promatic throwing machines fling clays up into the tree-lined courses, mimicking game flying from the field. A five-stand course and a Super Station with wobble trap give guests more target scenarios, and a team of instructors can help both adult and youth shooters refine their marksmanship.

Two archery courses cater to bowmen, starting with the stationary course set up for crossbow, field-point, and broadhead arrows with 20 targets placed 10–40 yards away. The 3-D course integrates the wooded terrain, giving archers 20 stations that each present one life-size animal or one oversize vegetable target. Beyond maintaining the extensive shooting facilities, owners Mike Mezrah and Bill Arthur prize the social aspect of sport shooting. They invite both members and nonmembers to relax at the newly built pavilion, and they have plans to add a fireplace, large television, and kitchen.

Tampa Bay Sporting Clays

Tampa Bay Sporting Clays sits on 250 acres of forest and brush. A trail system connects three sporting-clays courses, each consisting of 8–13 stations that challenge guests of all ages and experience levels. Promatic throwing machines fling clays up into the tree-lined courses, mimicking game flying from the field. A five-stand course and a Super Station with wobble trap give guests more target scenarios, and a team of instructors are onsite to help refine marksmanship.

Two archery courses start with the stationary course set up for crossbow, field-point, and broadhead arrows with 20 targets placed 10–40 yards away. The 3-D course integrates the wooded terrain, giving archers 20 stations. Beyond maintaining the extensive shooting facilities, owners Mike Mezrah and Bill Arthur prize the social aspect of sport shooting. They invite both members and nonmembers to relax at the pavilion.

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