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Register for our 4th Annual Sporting Clay Shoot – SOLD OUT

Join us for our 4th Annual Sporting Clay Shoot



Join us for our 4th Annual Sporting Clay Shoot on Saturday, February 25th. Bring your colleagues, clients, family and friends for a day of sport celebrating an exceptional conserved property. Event hosted by Batson and D.D. Hewitt at Laurel Hill Plantation on Edisto Island.

Please click link below for full registration details:  

2017 Sporting Clay Shoot Registration Form

To register, please contact Rhett Ambrite at or 843.577.6510. Payment is due at time of registration. 

4-MAN TEAM ENTRY FEE: $500 per team

INDIVIDUAL ENTRY FEE: $125 member / $150 non-member

MORNING ROUND: 8:00am-1:30pm

AFTERNOON ROUND: 11:00am-5:30pm

Registered shooters will receive 100 targets, food and drinks. Space limited. Gun, ammo, eye and ear protection are NOT provided.

Light continental breakfast | Ben Moise and Cherry Point Seafood to provide Lowcountry boil | Light fare at day’s end | Trophies to be presented to highest scoring teams of each round as well as top male, female and youth shooter

Support our sponsors:

Hudson Automotive Group, Inc:

Milliken Forestry:

Jon Kohler & Associates Plantation Advisors:

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