The Texas Sub Gauge Challenge is
designed to include all geographic areas of Texas and encouraging travel to
other clubs. This is achieved by splitting Texas into 3 geographic divisions.
The divisions are West Texas, North Texas and South Texas.
3 shoots will be held in each division
for a total of 9 shoots and Texas State to determine State Challenge winners
for a total of 10 shoots.
Participant scores will be counted for
their three division shoots plus their highest scores on two shoots outside
their division to determine the division winners. They must shoot all three
division shoots to be eligible to win their division plus two shoots outside
All nine shoots may be shot but scores
will only include 3 Division scores plus two top scores from outside their
division for division champion.
To win State you must shoot at least 2
shoots in your division and 3 outside your division plus state or all three of
your division shoots plus two shoots outside your division plus state.
Division that participant competes in
will be determined by their NSCA address on file at the start of their series’
first shoot using the county map supplied with division boundaries.
Class will be determined by shooters
class on date of their first shoot in series.
The shooter will be scored in that class for winner determination
throughout series even if they punched up.
Each shoot will consist of 100 bird
shoots for 20 ga, 28 ga and 410 bore. Minimum of 10 stations. Overlays are acceptable but must have at
least 10’ of separation between each gauge station. Must be NSCA registered
shoot. Normal NSCA and TSCA fees apply.
Scoring results will be kept on
iClays.com. Clubs may use any scoring program used to report to NSCA since
results are taken from NSCA download.
Scoring will be updated as NSCA updates their shoot reports when clubs
Briley has donated one $150.00 Gift
Certificates for each of the 9 division shoots.