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Sea Island Sporting Classic – Seminole Cup Sporting Clays Championship

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Give us your best shot.

February 27–March 3, 2019

Deep in the 5,800-acre wilderness sanctuary of Broadfield, Sea Island’s Sporting Club & Lodge, 500-600 shooters will gather for a celebrated sporting clays tournament: the Sea Island Sporting Classic and Seminole Cup. Over five days, participants will vie for top prizes—$50,000 (minimum) cash purse, plus $20,000 in other prizes.

The tournament began 26 years ago as a promotion for Seminole Gunworks at a small shooting club in Florida. For the first 21 years, the shoot was operated by Randy Mitchell, father-in-law of Sea Island’s Director of Outdoor Pursuits, Jon Kent. So you could say it’s a bit of a family affair. Sea Island is proud and honored to host this championship event for the fifth time.

See how you match up against the pros, enjoy the serene beauty of Broadfield. And have a good time. It’s time for another great shoot.

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2019 Sea Island Sporting Classic Events

200 Target Seminole Cup Main Event
Saturday and Sunday

100 Target FITASC
Limited to 240 entries
Rotations available: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday or Saturday/Sunday

You will have the opportunity to shoot all 100 FITASC targets in one day on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.  Only Sat/Sun will be split (50 each day). Thanks to ESP and PMS for sponsoring our FITASC event this year. First place FITASC winners in classes M-E will win a set of ESP Elites valued at $900 per pair.

Sea Island 50 Target 5-Stand
Rotations available: Thursday–Sunday

Phil Hughes Memorial 100 Target Preliminary

EZ-GO Challenge*

*Your chance to win an EZ-GO S4. The top three shooters from each classes M-E will qualify for a handicapped shoot off held on Saturday night under the lights. Winners from the past two years were D and E class shooters, so don’t count yourself out. This event fills up fast, so register soon!

Sub-Gauge 8-Station
Squadding available Thursday–Saturday

.410, 28, or 20 gauge 50 bird competitions

Sub-Gauge FITASC

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