Shooting clays, like playing tennis in stilettos, requires quick reflexes, demands excellent aim, and destroys a lot of clay. Pulverize pottery with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $35 for a shooting-clays package for two with 100 clays to share and lunch from the Clubhouse Classics menu with soft drinks (up to a $75.90 total value)
- $55 for a shooting-clays package for two with 200 clays to share and lunch from the Clubhouse Classics menu with soft drinks (up to a $121.90 total value)
- $69 for a shooting-clays package for two with 200 shooting clays to share and dinner with entrees and soft drinks (up to a $141.90 total value), redeemable Friday–Sunday<p>
Firearms and ammunition are not included. Lunch-menu items include a sandwich of battered-cod fillet slathered in homemade tartar sauce as well as ground-elk-and-bison burgers topped with an onion-string garnish. Patrons staying for dinner Friday–Sunday can savor a baked, sautéed, or blackened 10-ounce walleye fillet or mushroom-stuffed ravioli drenched in a mushroom cream sauce.
The Minnesota Horse & Hunt Club
Hosting one of the first sporting clay courses in the United States, The Minnesota Horse & Hunt Club outfits sharpshooters for afternoons of shooting sporting clays on more than 600 acres of private hunting preserve. Across five courses of varying difficulty, Promatic clay-target throwers launch White Flyer targets above sloughs, fields, and a broadleaf forest as shooters take aim or obliviously tie their shoes. During a 50-target round, several stations force shooters to fire from different angles to simulate the diversity of real-world hunting. Once bullets have shattered every sporting clay and tossed porcelain figurine, clientele can adjourn to Trigger's Bar and Restaurant for a lunchtime sandwich and beverage.