SHOOTER INFORMATION

OUR PROGRAM

The Heart of Maryland Trap League features Spring and Fall tournaments, each consisting of 10 shoots spanning 10-12 weeks depending on holidays. Each season tournament is independent from the other, and the shooter’s 8 highest scores are counted toward the final standings. Handicap Yardage Group winners are recognized weekly. There are also Hi-Gun and Modified Lewis prize options available.

Each shoot consists of 50 targets: 25 from the 16-yard line and another 25 from your handicap yardage. 

***NEW***

Shooter’s starting yardage will be 2 yards off their ending yardage in the HOM. Shooters without an established yardage in the HOM will be given 2 yards off their longest yardage in any league or ATA. New trap shooters without experience in any league will start at the Temporary 20-yard line.

The 2-yard reduction will only be given at first sign up during the first 3 weeks of the league. If you were a Winner of the Fall League you will not receive a reduction. Runner-Up and Third Place will receive a 1-yard reduction.

Eye and ear protection are MANDATORY at all clubs.

 

PRICING

The Heart of Maryland Trap League has set up the following pricing structure: The entry fee each week is $19.00 for adults, while Jr’s and Sub-Jr’s entry fee is only $10.00. Juniors who opt to play the Lewis or Hi-Gun will be charged the adult rate of $19.00. Options available to all shooters are Modified Lewis at $7.00, Hi-Gun at $2.00, and Rolling Jackpot at $2.00. Following this structure, an adult who plays the Lewis, Hi-Gun, and Rolling Jackpot options will pay a total of $30.00 each week.

You are again reminded that you don’t have to belong to any particular club to shoot with our league. All are welcome! Safe shooting is the important point. Click here to e-mail the Heart of Maryland Trap League if you have any questions.

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INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY

If the weather is questionable, please call the club hosting the shoot for cancellation information. You can also check their website or the HOM website. Decisions will be made no later than 7:00 am the day of the shoot.

HANDICAP CARD NOTICE

It is always the responsibility of the SHOOTER to make sure that he/she shoots from the correct handicap line. The “Handicap Card” issued to you on your first day must be shown at registration EACH AND EVERY WEEK – no exceptions.

IF YOU WANT TO SHOOT, YOU MUST HAVE YOUR CARD WITH YOU WHEN YOU SIGN UP.

First-time shooters will be assigned a card during registration based on the process outlined in the “Our Program” section above. If you have lost or have damaged your card, we will be happy to furnish you with a new card. Thank you for your cooperation.

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