CORPORATE CLAY SHOOTING
,On a Clay Shooting Corporate Day at Meon Springs, each guest, regardless of ability, gets the opportunity to feel the exhilaration of shooting down clay targets.
It is instructive, novices will learn and experienced guns will improve.
It is social, with each instructor taking five to six guests up to the layout, where they will shoot varying targets over a number of different stands.
It is also competitive, after instruction and safety, we normally run a small competition.
More than anything, a session of clay shooting at Meon Springs is a lot of fun.
The clay shooting layout is based on the English Sporting Clay Shooting discipline, which has the sports biggest following. If you've heard people speak about springing teals, driven pheasant, crossing pigeon or bolting rabbit, they are talking about English Sporting Clay Shooting.
Throughout your event, targets will be thrown in a great variety of trajectories, angles and speeds. The clay shooting layout is suitable for people of all abilities. Designed to be achievable for shooting novices yet challenging for experienced guns as well.
You can choose from a half day event, normally, a 50 Bird Sporting Layout or a full day corporate event over an 80 Bird Sporting Layout.
To add to the fun, we can put on a Team Flush, whereby teams of four will be presented with a flush of 75 clays over a short period of time. This makes a highly exhilarating end to the day.
A typical itinerary for a Day's clay shooting
0915 Arrive, tea, coffee and breakfast roll in the Lodge
0945 Meet your instructors before a full safety briefing
1000 Walk up to the layout set in woods and overlooking the South Downs to begin shooting
12.15 Walk up to the Long Barn for Lunch
1400 Return to the layout for more shooting - even a flush or competition
1630 Return to the Lodge for afternoon tea and prize giving
1700 Depart after a thoroughly good day's clay shooting