Sporting clays is one of the fastest-growing and safest youth sports. Cherokee Rose is dedicated to the growth of youth shooting sports and offers the ideal location and facility for youth events. Just 35 miles south of Atlanta and conveniently located off I-75, our location offers the perfect escape from the city. Whether it’s a high school, 4-H, FFA, NRA event, or just practice—our facilities, equipment, and terrain are unlike anything else you’ll find in Georgia.
“5-star facility for shotgun enthusiasts. Nestled in the woods off the beaten path but not too far away. Minutes from Mcdonough and Griffin and about 15 minutes from I-75. Grounds are beautiful!”
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2 Sporting Clays Courses
Blue offers 13 stations of friendly targets that can be enjoyed from beginner to expert, and Red which offers 14 stations that provide longer, faster, and more diverse targets.
Youth shooting has a 0% injury rate, making it the safest high school sport in the country.
Director of Sporting Clays, Cody Matson, is a Level II NSCA instructor and is available to work with youth teams as needed.
What To Expect
Your Youth Event
Cherokee Rose is devoted to the next generation of shooters and endeavors to provide youth a positive sporting clays experience. Our courses provide the opportunity for boys and girls in elementary grades through college to participate in the exciting and challenging sport of sporting clays in a safe, supportive environment.
Curious about getting started in sporting clays or want to improve your skills? We have all the equipment you’ll need and offer first-class training through our certified instructor and encouraging adult coaches.