What is a Clay Shoot?
It has been said that a clay shoot is “Golf with Shotguns.” If you’ve done this before, you know this. If you haven’t done this before, you’re in for a treat. Bushy Creek is located in a pleasant, wooded area of North Baldwin County. After you check in and all have received a safety briefing, you will pack your shotgun and shells into a golf cart with the three other members of your team and head out onto the course.
Under our format, each person will shoot 6 to 8 targets at each station. Bushy Creek has 14 stations, and each person will face a total of 100 targets during the round. The object is to break as many of those clay rascals as you can. Completing the course takes about 2 hours.
While the range is ‘hot’ we will have plenty of water and soft drinks to keep you hydrated. Once all of the shooters have finished, your entry fee entitles you to have dinner and refreshments.
What would a tournament be without an awards ceremony? After all of the scores have been tallied we will announce the winners in the various categories and distribute the prizes.
What is the Bar Foundation?
The Baldwin County Bar Foundation was founded in 2006 and is a 501(c)3 organization. Its purpose is to receive and administer funds for charitable, literary or educational activities as may be related to the legal profession, the judiciary and the public. Each year the Foundation gives grants to qualifying
applicants such as: The Drug Court Foundation, The Veteran’s Court, CARE House, The Lighthouse and others. The Bar Foundation gave five grants in 2016 totaling $11,000 dollars.
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