Man holding a rifle
Cherokee Rose Watermark

CLOSED FOR VACATION: Monday, July 8 – Tuesday, July 16, 2024 | REOPENING: Wednesday, July 17 at 8 AM | Check our Calendar for Course Closures

Cherokee Rose

Our Story

Our Mission

The revival of one of the oldest and most iconic sporting clay facilities in the country to its original greatness and beyond.

a premier destination

Legacy & Future

Cherokee Rose is a premier sporting clays club located just 35 miles south of Atlanta in beautiful Griffin, Georgia. Referred to as “The Rose”, it welcomes shooters from all generations and experience levels, that seek an exceptional, first-class sporting clays and Helice experience.

Established in 1981 and globally recognized as one of the most iconic sporting clays clubs in the U.S., The Rose is renowned for having some of the most beautiful and diverse terrain to shoot on. Situated on 124 acres of rolling hills, deep gorges, tall trees, water features, and open terrain, Cherokee Rose allows for shooting in all types of conditions.

Beautiful and Diverse Terrain

Cherokee Rose is renowned for having some of the most beautiful and diverse terrain to shoot on. In August 2019, Dave and Jean Dalton purchased Cherokee Rose with the mission of “reviving one of the oldest and most iconic sporting clays facilities to its original glory, and beyond.” They have accomplished this through the investment into the best equipment available, highly manicured facilities, targets set by distinguished professionals, new offerings like Helice, and a focus on providing the friendliest service in the industry.

Today, the grounds include two pristine sporting clay courses, a regulation Helice ring, 5-stand, two pavilions for group events, and a clubhouse/pro shop. From local families looking for something fun to do to group events, to competition shooters, Cherokee Rose has something for everyone.

By providing exceptional customer service, offering top-of-line equipment, and regularly resetting target presentations, visitors to Cherokee Rose will enjoy an experience unlike anything in the Southeast.

Our Team

Jean Bostick Cherokee Rose

Jean Dalton

Dave Owner Cherokee Rose Sporting Clays with empty shotgun

Dave Dalton

Quinn O'Brien, Cherokee Rose instructor

Quinn O’Brien

Manager of Sporting Clays & Helice
Nic Anderson

Nic Anderson

Clubhouse & Hospitality