LEAGUE FAQs

Ben Avery

Clay Busters

Phoenix, Arizona

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Email:  baclaybusters@gmail.com

  • WHERE:  Ben Avery Clay Target Center, 5060 W. Skeet St., Phoenix, AZ 85086
  • LEAGUES:  Winter, Spring and Fall
  • 2021 Fall Leagues started on September 1, 2021
  • Each league is 10-weeks long.  
  • Mornings only:  Sporting Clays & Skeet
  • Afternoons/evenings:  Trap, Double Trap, Skeet & Sporting Clays
  • Time slots depend on the sport, e.g. Trap Teams have assigned times.
  • Cost:  Each league enrollment is $55. Registered Targets are optional, e.g. ATA Trap = $5; NSSA Skeet = $25; NSCA Sporting Clays = $32
  • Teams are 3 - 5 shooters
  • Single enrollments will be placed on a Team with a vacant spot to fill

SPORTING CLAYS

  • Each Team will have a Team Captain, who shall be responsible for his/her team arriving on-time and ready to start at the prescribed shoot times at the Roadrunner Course.  Any team member who is not present will be responsible for his/her make-up.
  • Each Team determines a Start Time, which will be followed throughout league, unless coordinated with the Sporting Clays Director.  
  • Teams must check in weekly for score sheets at the club's portable table on the Roadrunner Course.  They will also be returned to the same location, when finished shooting.
  • Each Team member shoots 50 targets weekly for 10 weeks.
  • Each Team will keep score for its own Team. 
  • Make-up scores may be allowed with the coordination of the League Coordinator or Skeet Director, but NO shoot ahead scores.  Make-up scores may be on Wednesday league times only.
  • Each Team is required to pick up all spent shotgun shells after they are finished shooting. If the shotgun shells are not picked up, there will be 3 warnings.  After 3 warnings, one point will be deducted per person on the violating Team.
  • Only members of the Team are allowed to shoot with the Team.  Friends or family members may be on-field with the Team, e.g. as a score keeper, but must not interfere as Team members shoot.
  • National Sporting Clays Association (NSCA) rules apply. 
  • Registered NSCA targets are available at an additional fee, when registering for league.

TRAP

  • Each Team will have a Team Captain, who shall be responsible for his/her team arriving at their assigned field on-time and ready to start at their prescribed time.  Any team member who is not present will be responsible for his/her make-up.  Make-up scores will be on Wednesday league nights only.
  • Each Team will be assigned a Start Time.  
  • Teams must check in weekly with the League Coordinator for Field Assignment and score sheets.  Fields are rotated each week.
  • Each Team member shoots 50 targets weekly  for 10 weeks.
  • DOUBLES TRAP: 1 Round of 50 weekly 
  • SINGLES TRAP: Round 1 = 16 yard line; Round 2 = Handicap.  Handicap is determined weekly by the total score of your Team for the respective week.  If a shooter is competing for a make-up score, particularly with another Team, this shooter's score is not included with the Team's total for handicap.  He/she will shoot the handicap determined by the Team they are shooting with.
  • Make-up and shoot-ahead scores may be allowed with the coordination of the League Coordinator or Trap Director.
  • A scorekeeper will be assigned to each field, but, if a scorekeeper is not available, one member from a Team will remain to score for the next squad.  The Team will determine who will remain to score.
  • Each Team is required to pick up all spent shotgun shells after they are finished shooting. If the shotgun shells are not picked up, there will be 3 warnings.  After 3 warnings, one point will be deducted per person on the violating Team.
  • Only members of the Team are allowed anywhere on the assigned field.  Friends or family members are not allowed to shoot with a Team, only registered BACB Club Members.
  • Amateur Trapshooting Association (ATA) rules apply for each trap competition.  Registered ATA Targets are available for an additional fee when registering.

SKEET

  • Each Team will have a Team Captain, who shall be responsible for his/her team arriving at their assigned field on-time and ready to start at their prescribed time.  Any team member who is not present will be responsible for his/her make-up.
  • Each Team will be assigned a Start Time.  
  • Teams must check in weekly with the Skeet Director for Field Assignment, score sheets and updates.
  • Each Team member shoots 50 targets (two skeet rounds) weekly for 10 weeks. 
  • Each Team will keep score for its own Team. 
  • Each Team is required to pick up all spent shotgun shells after they are finished shooting. If the shotgun shells are not picked up, there will be 3 warnings.  After 3 warnings, one point will be deducted per person on the violating Team.
  • Make-up and shoot-ahead scores may be allowed with the coordination of the League Coordinator or Skeet Director, but may be on Wednesday league dates only.
  • Only members of the Team are allowed anywhere on the assigned field.  Friends or family members are not allowed to shoot with a Team, only registered BACB Club Members.
  • National Skeet Shooting Association (NSSA) rules apply for each skeet league competition.  Registered NSSA targets are available at an additional fee, when registering for league.