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Sporting Clays Course

In July 2014, the Emmet County Sportsmen’s Club opened its state-of-the-art sporting clays course. Featuring 19 designated shooting areas spanning 70 acres, the course has quickly become known as one of the Midwest’s best for avid shooters and amateurs looking for a challenge.

Gas powered carts are recommended due to the hilly terrain and length of the sporting clays course which is approximately 1.10 miles long. Gas powered carts are available to rent.

Course planning began in August 2013 with final design determined in October of that year. Logging and site excavation was a significant, 6-week undertaking with station installation following and a soft opening on July 5, 2014.

For details, or to schedule a shoot, call the Emmet County Sportsmen’s Club at (231) 526-1135.

Ever wondered what our Sporting Clays Course looks like?

Last fall we engaged a very creative photographer who utilizes a drone.  He actually flew under the tree canopy through the whole course, and gives you a true “birds eye view” of both the course and the club property.

“What a great club. Super nice people! Sporting clays course was fun with some tough presentations. Looking forward to coming back soon.”

– Jeffery Smith

Club Calendar & Events

Shooting Hours

Special shoots may be arranged by contacting the club or one of the officers.

Open Shooting – See Calendar

Education

ECSC partners with Harbor Springs Outdoor Club to provide shotgun familiarization training to students participating in the “Michigan Hunter Safety Education Program”. This training occurs in the spring and twice in the fall of each year.

Check with the Michigan DNR for registration procedures.

ECSC monthly club meetings are normally scheduled for the first Tuesday of the month. See club calendar for time and location.