MEDICINE HAT CLAY TARGET CENTRE
The club is a not-for-profit registered society first established on our present location in 1976. We provide a fully controlled atmosphere where shooters can shoot their guns in a safe and well managed surroundings.
The club is open to all shotgun shooters. You need not be a member; however, membership will provide you with substantial discounts. Enjoy the day at our fully licensed club house, washrooms and a great patio in front of the Clay Busters Grill.In compliance with the clubs liquor license alcohol will only be sold to members and invited guests of legal drinking age. All invited guests must be accompanied by a member to consume alcohol on the specific dates outlined on the licence. Consumption will be confined to the clubhouse and patio areas once shooting is completed. No offsite alcohol is allowed on the premises.
Our unique facility simulates multiple terrains from prairie, valley, and mountain landscapes. Safe and secure shooting challenges for all skill levels.
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PRESIDENT | TREASURER
Visionary and Dedicated Volunteer
As President and Treasurer, Neil enjoys giving back to his home club and is appreciative of all the volunteers who are participating in this new exciting era.
Neil looks forward to enjoying the club's success and growth and sharing the shooting experience with his grandchildren as he did with his two sons.
Harold began shooting Registered Trap Tournaments in 1982, and has registered almost 250,000 trap targets. He has been on the Alberta Provincial Trap Association All-star Team 13 times. He has won the Alberta Championship Singles, Doubles, Sub Vet Singles, Vet Singles as well as the Champion All-Round Trophy, and many provincial class trophies. In 2018 he was voted into the Alberta Trapshooting Hall of Fame both for his shooting record and his work as a builder in the sport. Harold has earned his way to the 27-yard handicap line and has been an, AA shooter in both Singles and Doubles.
In 1992 Harold became a Certified Trap Instructor through the ATA Hall of Fame. Since that time, he has coached numerous shooters and introduced many shooters to the sport.
Senior Member and Super Volunteer