La Romana, Dominican Republic.- Casa de Campo’s 25th Annual Sugar Shooting Invitational Tournament will be held in Casa de Campo’s 245 acre tropical shooting grounds from April 25 to 29, hosted by J. Pepe Fanjul, Chairman.
“There’s no greater test of concentration and coordination than shooting at Casa de Campo’s Sporting Clays Shooting Center,” the organizers said in a statement.
“Set on more than 245 acres, it’s the most comprehensive shooting facility in the Caribbean, simulating true, in-the-wild, shooting experiences with over 200 stations for trap, skeet and sporting clays, pigeon rings and columbaire,” the organizers said, adding that it also features driven partridge, pheasant and duck shooting as well as walk up quail.
In the sporting clays tournament, up to 100 mechanical stations are set up simulating the flight of any bird that can be shot in the wild, there are clay targets that mimic quails, partridges, ducks and other birds in flight, that are shot overhead and from various positions and distances, including the formidable 110’ red & white tower, one of the world’s tallest, which launches clays up to 45 yards into the sky.
“There will also be two driven shoots for pheasant and partridge available in this event, including a scenic helicopter ride to Rancho Peligro in the foothills northeast of La Romana.”