Targets launch above five courses on more than 600 acres of private hunting preserve at one of the first sporting clay courses in America
What You'll Get
Sporting clays, like playing tennis in stilettos, requires quick reflexes, demands excellent aim, and destroys a lot of clay. Pulverize pottery with this voucher.
Choose from Three Options
- $38 for a sporting clays package for two with 100 clays to share and lunch from the Groupon menu with soft drinks (up to a $75.90 total value)
- $60 for a sporting clays package for two with 200 clays to share and lunch from the Groupon menu with soft drinks (up to a $121.90 total value)
- $75.50 for a sporting clays package for two with 100 sporting clays to share, lunch from the Groupon menu menu with soft drinks, and a 30-minute introductory lesson (up to a $140.90 total value)
Shooting groups without an experienced shooter must purchase the $69 option including the lesson. Extra fee for shotgun rental, ammunition, and lessons. Click here to complete waiver in advance.
The Fine Print
About 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.