Skeet Training

jspeligene

Active Member
Started shooting skeet and really enjoyed it. Was fairly consistent through the summer/fall skeet league and then the wheels came off the wagon. The harder I tried to ‘fix’ it, the worse it got. One of my shooting buds sent me a clip of a Todd Bender video. I was so impressed, I bought the CD. It opened my eyes to a lot of things I could do better.
When the weather allows, I will be practicing the technique he teaches and report back on progress....or lack thereof
 

dennishoddy

Moderator
I don't shoot a lot of skeet because there isn't a range near me, but when I do it's a pretty humbling experience. Good luck!
 

Jeff T.

Active Member
Spring Skeet league starts April 7 at OKCGC.
Below is the announcement that came out this week.

okcgclogo

Spring Skeet League, Starting April 7th, 2020
Our spring league for 2020 will start on 7 April. If you are interested
in a little friendly competition come on out. Buck Sifford will again be
handling the squadding and the sign up, so let him know if you want to
shoot. His phone number is 769-7317 (H), 760-9434 © and can be reached
by email at [email protected]. If you haven’t shot with us in the past,
come on out, we guarantee you will have a good time. Novice shooter are
welcome, we have some excellent shooters who are always willing to give
advice when asked.
I anticipate at least 150+ shooters wanting to participate in the Spring league
this year. We will be shooting on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. We
are limited to 150 shooters, (50 per night). So, sign up early. When you sign
up please let me know which evening that you want to shoot (Tuesday,
Wednesday or Thursday). I cannot guarantee a particular night but will do
the best that I can. I will try to have at least 50 shooters on each night. If 60
shooters want to shoot on Tuesday night, 10 will be asked to move to
another night.
Like last year the 2020 Spring League will shoot at 1800 hours (6
pm). We shoot 50 targets (two rounds) per week for 10 weeks for a total of
500 targets. The cost to shoot the league this year will be $95.00. This
covers the cost of 20 rounds of skeet, hotdogs each night and a trophy for the
top shooters and teams at the end of the league. We also try to have a pot
luck dinner where we recognize the top shooters. As always this is a duel
league, both scratch and handicap. The handicap portion is set up so that a
steadily improving shooter has an excellent chance of winning the top spot.
All shooters will be assigned to a team. Each team will compete
weekly against another team and will be assigned points depending upon
how well they shoot that week. The highest point team at the end of the 10
weeks will be our Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday night champions. The
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday night champions will shoot off the night
of our pot luck dinner for the 2020 Spring League Championship.
To sign up for the league please send an email to Buck or call him.
When signing up please indicate which night you want to shoot. If the night
doesn’t matter please indicate all three nights, that way I can move people
around as required. Please give me an email address and a phone number.
If you can’t email me or call me there will be signup sheets at the club
house.
Thank you.
Buck​
 

Blackbeard

Administrator
Staff member
I need to check out this video you're talking about.
I enjoy it, and would love to be better at it.
 

jspeligene

Active Member
Spring Skeet league starts April 7 at OKCGC.
Below is the announcement that came out this week.

okcgclogo



Spring Skeet League, Starting April 7th, 2020
Our spring league for 2020 will start on 7 April. If you are interested
in a little friendly competition come on out. Buck Sifford will again be
handling the squadding and the sign up, so let him know if you want to
shoot. His phone number is 769-7317 (H), 760-9434 © and can be reached
by email at [email protected]. If you haven’t shot with us in the past,
come on out, we guarantee you will have a good time. Novice shooter are
welcome, we have some excellent shooters who are always willing to give
advice when asked.
I anticipate at least 150+ shooters wanting to participate in the Spring league
this year. We will be shooting on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. We
are limited to 150 shooters, (50 per night). So, sign up early. When you sign
up please let me know which evening that you want to shoot (Tuesday,
Wednesday or Thursday). I cannot guarantee a particular night but will do
the best that I can. I will try to have at least 50 shooters on each night. If 60
shooters want to shoot on Tuesday night, 10 will be asked to move to
another night.
Like last year the 2020 Spring League will shoot at 1800 hours (6
pm). We shoot 50 targets (two rounds) per week for 10 weeks for a total of
500 targets. The cost to shoot the league this year will be $95.00. This
covers the cost of 20 rounds of skeet, hotdogs each night and a trophy for the
top shooters and teams at the end of the league. We also try to have a pot
luck dinner where we recognize the top shooters. As always this is a duel
league, both scratch and handicap. The handicap portion is set up so that a
steadily improving shooter has an excellent chance of winning the top spot.
All shooters will be assigned to a team. Each team will compete
weekly against another team and will be assigned points depending upon
how well they shoot that week. The highest point team at the end of the 10
weeks will be our Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday night champions. The
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday night champions will shoot off the night
of our pot luck dinner for the 2020 Spring League Championship.
To sign up for the league please send an email to Buck or call him.
When signing up please indicate which night you want to shoot. If the night
doesn’t matter please indicate all three nights, that way I can move people
around as required. Please give me an email address and a phone number.
If you can’t email me or call me there will be signup sheets at the club
house.
Thank you.
Buck​
Thanks Jeff. Our group is signed up now
 
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