Cherokee Rose hosts monthly National Sporting Clays Association (NSCA) tournaments. See below for our 2023 schedule with links to register. This year we’re co-hosting the second annual Central Georgia Circuit Shoot alongside Meadows Gun Club, Old Hudson Plantation, and Big Red Oak Plantation. 2022’s circuit shoots paid out $6,000+ across all classes and included other prizes! See complete circuit rules and details here. See current standings for the 2023 completed circuit shoots here. Cherokee Rose’s circuit shoots are scheduled for Saturday, April 8th and Saturday, August 5th. Registration for all circuit shoots is on Score Chaser.
“Best course set up I’ve shot. Creek Course was lots of fun and the Rose Course presents a real challenge even for the best!”
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2 Clays Courses
Both the Creek and Rose Courses have 16 stations each with a range of targets that can be enjoyed form beginner to expert.
4 Traps per Station
The Rose and Creek Courses both offer 4 traps per station for a variety of targets. Menus are set for beginners, super sporting, and competition-level sporting clays.
Comprised of hardwood and pine forests, hills, valleys, ponds, and streams - Cherokee Rose's terrain is unlike anything you'll find for sporting clays in Georgia.