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Skeet and/or Sporting Clays and Golf


Skeet and/or Sporting Clays and Golf  

  1. 1. Skeet and/or Sporting Clays and Golf

    • I shoot skeet and/or sporting clays and I also play golf
      I shoot skeet and/or sporting clays and I also play golf
    • I shoot skeet and/or sporting clays but I do not play golf
      I shoot skeet and/or sporting clays and I also play golf
    • I do not shoot skeet and/or sporting clays but I do play golf
      I shoot skeet and/or sporting clays and I also play golf
    • I do not shoot skeet and/or sporting clays and I do not play golf
      I shoot skeet and/or sporting clays and I also play golf


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I would rather my fingers were removed with a cheese grater than play golf.
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ANF grousin
Last time I played golf I was trying to put out of a water hazard when the windmill spun around and gave me an atomic wedgie :p
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I chose I shoot skeet and/or sporting clays but I do not play golf but golf is starting to look good to me.
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I chose all three...wait...you didn't say anything about being good at them did you?

I shoot better than I golf...but neither is pretty.....

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If I played golf I would undoubtedly beat my sporting clays scores. :(
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I do both. I grew up playing baseball, basketball, golf, soccer, etc... never hunted a day in my life until college.

Played baseball and golf in high school, but once I graduated college and got my first job I barely played golf at all due to the cost and time involved.

Picked up sporting clays once I joined here and met PC and the rest of the gang who taught me the basics of shooting. Didn't expect to like it all that much but I found that I absolutely love it.

Starting playing golf again last year and definitely missed it.

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I own a set of clubs, but rather play once every 6-7 years whether I needed to or not. I gave in and have not played in about 15 years.

I like sporting clays since it is golf with a shotgun!

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Steelheadfred

I'm about a 4-5 Handicap and play anywhere from 9-27 holes a week from May through August. Some weeks less some weeks more, many of those holes are work type outings and such and are lots of fun.

I shoot clays about once a week, maybe 50 birds, then in August I try and shoot 100+ birds a week through the opener.

I enjoy both, I like sporting clays more than Skeet, but skeet is more convenient, takes less time and I believe is better practice for Grouse Hunting.

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Greg Hartman
I would rather my fingers were removed with a cheese grater than play golf.

X2.  When I was growing up, golf was something the "rich English" did - simply not any part of my culture then or now.  Shooting - anything from skeet and SC to "tactical" matches - a whole 'nother ball game.

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Steelheadfred
Golf is an incredible game really, and most important to me is that it is one of the few sports, skiing, hunting, fishing, target sports that an entire family can play together.
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Does playing once a year with my father-in-law at a charity tournament count as playing golf.  If yes, then yes to both.  If no, then yes to skeet only.
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Voted yes on Skeet and Sporting clays but no to golf.  When it warms up I'll shoot sk weekly and clays weekly or bi-weekly.

Golf once every 3-5 years.  So. I count that as no golf.

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