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** Club Notice **
Dear Michigan Sporting Clays Association Member Clubs,
In order to host a National Sporting Clays Association (NSCA) registered tournament within the State of Michigan, you must follow the MSCA’s shoot selection procedure to get approved dates. This procedure consists of: (1) submitting your desired dates via the Shoot Selection form and (2) paying the $50 Annual MSCA club dues. These two items are due by Wednesday November 01, 2017.
Both of the items can be submitted online. Below are the links to do so:
- 2018 Shoot Selection Form - http://miclays.com/submit-shoot-dates/
- Pay MSCA Dues Online - http://miclays.com/online-payment/
If you wish to pay by check, please make it payable to the Michigan Sporting Clays Association and mail to the MSCA treasurer, Neal Fusner, 2454 Lindsay Lane, Grand Blanc, MI 48439
When completing the shoot selection form, please bear in mind that is of your best interest to include secondary dates for events, as your desired date may not be available. The MSCA board of directors will be meeting to put together the schedule, using submitted forms made by clubs, and to work out any conflicts. If a conflict arises, your club will be notified. We will not schedule a shoot for your club on a date not noted in the submission without contacting you.
Once all dates are arranged following the solving of any conflicts, the Michigan Sporting Clays Association will send all 2018 shoot dates to the National Sporting Clays Association to be included in the January Sporting Clays Magazine issue, on the 2018 Shoot Card, as well as distributed on www.miclays.com. Members clubs themselves do not have to send any dates to NSCA headquarters, just NSCA club dues which are $100/yr. The MSCA sends all approved dates for all clubs in the state of Michigan to NSCA headquarters.
2017 Great Lakes Championship
Bald Mountain Shooting Range in Lake Orion, MI hosted the 2017 Great Lakes Championship over the weekend of August 18-20, 2017. Mother nature granted three gorgeous days of weather! Robert Harford from Ohio won the competition with a 191×200, three targets clear of Matthew Houtteman at 188×200. Amber Brown took the ladies title with a 169×200. View the full results on iClays.
2017 Michigan State Championship
The Michigan Sporting Clays Association would like to thank everyone that attended the 2017 Michigan State Sporting Clays Championship, hosted by the Detroit Gun Club. Twenty-one year old Drew Lieske won his first resident title, edging David Coates by one target, with a score of 188×200. Amber Brown of Metamora, Michigan also earned her first state ladies title with a score of 168. View the full list of class and concurrent winners on iClays.