Skeet Range

Skeet Range Schedule

  • Wed   10:30AM
  • Sat    10:30AM

We shoot until we're done shooting so, arrive as close to the start time as possible.

How the game of Skeet works...

Skeet is a very simple game. Clays are thrown from two houses; a high house and a low house. There are 8 stations in an arc around the field with station #8 being in the middle of both houses. A round of Skeet consists of 25 clay targets.

Here is how a standard round of Skeet goes:

At station #1 every shooter shoots:

  • One from the high house.
  • One from the low house.
  • Doubles (one from each house at the same time, shoot high house first).

At station #2 every shooter shoots:

  • One from the high house.
  • One from the low house.
  • Doubles (one from each house at the same time, shoot high house first).

At station #3 every shooter shoots:

  • One from the high house.
  • One from the low house.

At station #4 every shooter shoots:

  • One from the high house.
  • One from the low house.

At station #5 every shooter shoots:

  • One from the high house.
  • One from the low house.

At station #6 every shooter shoots:

  • One from the high house.
  • One from the low house.
  • Doubles (one from each house at the same time, shoot low house first).

At station #7 every shooter shoots:

  • One from the high house.
  • One from the low house.
  • Doubles (one from each house at the same time, shoot low house first).

At station #8 every shooter shoots:

  • One from the high house.
  • One from the low house.

If you've made it this far without missing, you've only taken 24 shots. You would then shoot the low house again for 25. This is called the "option" shot. The option is shot when you miss. It's not really an option because you must shoot it on the first miss. For example; the shooter on station #2 misses the low house, they must then take their option and shoot the low house again.