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myrtle beach area sporting clays

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by leadhead358, Jul 24, 2008.

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  1. leadhead358

    leadhead358 Member

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    Does anyone know of sporting clay courses around the myrtle beach area. Probably within an hours drive. Heading there in a couple of days and want to shoot at least twice next week.
     
  2. Dickgshot

    Dickgshot Well-Known Member

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    Myrtle Grove Gun Club in Longs, SC is one, but the best place is Backwoods Quail Club in Hemingway, SC near Georgetown, SC.
     
  3. riflegunbuilder

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    Another vote for Backwoods. Rick is a nice guy.
     
  4. LarrySC

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    Don't even think about choosing which place to go to for sporting clays... there is only one choice--Back Woods Quail Club.

    Back Woods has two automated sporting clays courses; each course has 10 stations. There is a variety of imaginative presentations (e.g., machines mounted on towers, rabbits, incomers, a target bouncing off of a trampoline) and the target setter (Dave Lemon) makes full use of the terrain, wooded areas, and ponds. The courses are frequently changed.

    Back Woods also has a skeet field, five stand, and trap field. Feel free to join our group, which varies from 3 to 6 shooters, every Friday at 9:00 AM for a round of sporting clays. Just ask for the group with Wayne and Larry. Back Woods' website is at:
    http://www.backwoodsquailclub.com/

    Not only is Rick Hemingway a nice guy but Ms. Becky, Ms. Lauren, Mr. Dave and Mr. George will greet you with their great Southern hospitality.

    LarrySC
     
  5. butch 26

    butch 26 TS Member

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    I shot at Myrtle Grove last week---10 stations---two stations would not throw birds and two others were sinply out of targets. while it is closer, you will enjoy Back Woods alot more --nicer targets over some great water settings.
     
  6. bbadini

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    I have shot sporting clays several times at Myrtle Grove and Backwoods Quail. No contest - Backwoods Quail in Georgetown is the place to go. I agree totally with LARRYSC.
     
  7. Jerbear

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    Another vote for Backwoods. Great place to shoot and if you didn't bring your gun they have them to rent.


    Jerbear
     
  8. leadhead358

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    Thanks guys!! Shot at Backwoods Quail Club and had a good time. Shot orange course twice but didnt shoot green course. Owners are very pleasant and helpful. Very challaging course and thowers never missed a beat, although my wife missed a beat or two when I said pull (day dreaming). Will be going back again when we are at the beach. Owners even showed me a short cut to cut off half an hour driving time. Thanks again Tom
     
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