Welcome

Welcome to the official website of the Medicine Hat Clay Target Center!

The Medicine Hat Clay Target Center — formerly known as the Medicine Hat Trap Club — is a non-profit organization of gun enthusiasts looking to promote and grow the sport of trap shooting. The club was founded in 1976, starting out with two traps and only 40 members. Since then it has greatly expanded and now has nearly 400 members and offers four trap machines, four trap houses and includes ten station Sporting Clays situated on an impressive Triple Threat C-can setup.

The Medicine Hat Clay Target Center hosts weekly shoots three days a week as well as practices on some weekends and weekdays. Our season generally opens around March and closes around October, depending on weather. Anyone interested in joining or just wanting more information about the sport is encouraged to call, email or come check out the action to learn more!

Keep up with the latest club news through our Facebook page!

Member News

First Annual Olinski Welding Sporting Clay Fun Shoot

We're excited to announce the First Annual Olinski Welding Sporting Clay Championship! This will be a fun day of shooting with a great BBQ lunch provided and much more. Make sure you join us for this one!

Click here to Register

First Annual Olinski Welding Sporting Clay Shoot Poster

Thank you to those who made a significant contribution to the club in 2017:

-MJB, Doug Stober and Jim Behrman for the earth work and the gravel parking lot rebuild.
-Steeprock for the crushed gravel on the top of the parking lot and the cart path in the sporting clay area.
-Harold Schwandt for the cabinet and granite donation and the finishing work in the Clay Busters Grill.
-Ron McConnell for the work redesigning the sporting clay layout and repair of machines. Ron also donated the new flat screen TV and the gun that was raffled for the youth fund raiser.
-Tim Davis for donating patio umbrellas and stands.
-Leann and Jesse Tessmann for Facebook and email notices.
-Doug Thompson for the donated use of his tractor.
-Mick Turnbull was thanked for his continued work as gardener and general oversight to club infrastructure.
-Neil Burbidge for all his leadership and work at the club.

2017 Summer League High Lady 2017 Summer League Hard Luck 2017 Summer League Chair Winner

2017 Summer League Results

A great time was had by all. We served over 225 "all you can eat" hotdogs and smokies.

High over all winner
Len Hanson (no picture available)

High lady
Brenna Beaulieu
(The first photo is NOT Brenna Beauliau but he took her trophy and we hope he delivers it.)

Hard luck
Matt Stroh

Winner of the embroidered chair
Thane Heidinger

Thanks to everyone who came out for this fun league! We are looking forward the to Corn Cob Doubles League, don't forget to register!

Click here to view the complete summer league results

New Sporting Clay Plans

Our sporting clays are getting a makeover! We have some big changes coming to our sporting clays, so stay tuned for more information. Until then, check out the image below for a taste of what we have in the works.

New sporting clay plans