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Join Texas Gun Ranch for our first CLUBHOUSE CHALLENGE NSCA Tournament! Each station on Red Course will feature True Pair targets that might line up for a well-timed “clubhouse“ shot! In addition to the normal tournament scoring, we‘ll have a side competition for the shooter in each class with the most clubhouses on their scorecard! All targets will be set by Dan Carlisle and TGR President Bart Gardner.

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Seven Different Events:
  1. 100 Target Red Course Clubhouse Challenge
  2. 100 Target Blue Course Event
  3. 50 Target 5-Stand Event
  4. 50 Target Super Sporting Event
  5. 50 Target 28 Subgauge Event
  6. 50 Target 20 Subgauge Event
  7. 50 Target .410 Subgauge Event

Lunch provided with main event entry. Those who sign up for both the Red and Blue Course events will be entered to win a drawing for a free gun and 250 rounds of ammo from Texas Ranch Outfitters.

When:
Check-in and Shooting start at 8:00 AM

Last Cards in by 4:00 PM

Where:
Texas Gun Ranch
15950 State Highway 205
Terrell, TX 75160

Please register for the tournament on ScoreChaser.com: https://app.scorechaser.com/tournament-LQR0PZGAADK0X6
 

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UPDATE!

Due to the expected high temperatures this Sunday, all shooters can start shooting their courses as early as 8am. Once you've signed in and got your scorecard, you can head out and start shooting. This should hopefully give you an extra hour before the higher temps set in. Additionally, we'll have plenty of water around so make sure you stay hydrated. Feel free to cool off in the clubhouse between events. We look forward to seeing you all out here!

You can save even more time by pre-registering on Scorechaser: https://app.scorechaser.com/tournament-LQR0PZGAADK0X6
 
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