Mike Luongo has been shooting for over 18 years. At the young age of 17 he started teaching new shooters basic fundamentals, the proper stance, eye dominance, and gun mount. After college he took a job as the head instructor and sporting clays manager at the prestigious Nemacolin Woodlands Resort Shooting Academy.
Michael spent five years there developing a dynamic approach to clay target shooting before moving to Quail Creek Plantation. Michael now works at Rocky Creek Sporting Clays as the Club Pro and Sporting Clays Director.
Methods Taught: Michael’s primarily teaches sporting clays and wing shooting. Michael also teaches trap and skeet to multiple-time national champions SCTP Quail Creek Young Guns. Michael’s primary method of teaching is pull away. This allows the shooter to always be in control with the target as well as connected with the target. This technique uses core principles and is easy for anyone on any level to understand. Students will go home with worksheets and a practice schedule to help reach their full potential of shooting. This style of shooting is based on perfect fundamentals along with having a plan every time before the shooter calls for a target. Michael and his team have worked countless hours with some of the game’s best instructors