Selwood visitors often ask the staff what the difference between regular sporting clays and super sporting is, and what it’s all about. Super Sporting clays is similar to regular sporting clays except that super sporting has three or more clay machines with different presentations for the shooter. Super sporting is all about variety and challenging your range of shooting skills, and it is a whole lot of fun. Some would say super sporting is a more advanced form of regular sporting clays. This is because most of the time shooters are presented first with the three single targets followed by a variation of report pairs and doubles.
When planning to shoot super sporting clays, shooters should prepare to spend a little more time at each of these stations. At Selwood, our super sporting stations are a little more challenging than our numbers course and are a great way to grow your shooting skill set.