download PDFThe Phoenix Shooting Club was first established over 30 years ago in 1986. The club was named after The Phoenix Inn near Hartley Wintney where the original six founder members were regular drinkers. Not long afterwards the club became affiliated to the CPSA now making it one of the oldest CPSA affiliated clay shooting clubs. Different shooting grounds have been used over the years but for the last 12 or so we have been using a really nice ground at Long Sutton near Odiham in north Hampshire. The club currently has around 45 members. We shoot sporting clay targets on every second and fourth Sunday of the month with the occasional extra shoot.
Membership – the club currently has vacancies for membership (experience shooters / certificate holders). If you are interested in joining please contact the club secretary. Annual membership fees are: £70 (individual) and £80 family (up to 3 members of the same family).
Please note we do have a limit on guests (experienced shooters) per shoot but if you want to come along please make contact with our club secretary (see contacts) in advance. If you just turn up without prior notice we cannot guarantee you’ll be able to shoot.
Please also note our start time of 10.00 am with no booking in after 9.30 am. If you arrive after 9.30am you may not be able to shoot. We are usually finished shooting at 12 midday.
The club has a police exemption certificate which means non-certificate holders can shoot on our ground. The club has full public liability insurance and currently has four CPSA qualified safety officers. On our usual Sunday morning shoots we shoot 70 clays over 7 or 8 stands.
We ask that anyone attending our shoot please take note of Club Rules – download PDF (61KB)
Health & Safety Policy
We also ask that anyone coming to our shoots makes themselves aware of our Health & Safety policy – download PDF (131KB)
Members: £17 / 70 clays
Guests (Non-Members): £23 / 70 clays
PLEASE NOTE – we shoot on farmland so fibre wad cartridges only please (available to purchase at the shoot). Anyone seen to be using plastic wadded cartridges will be asked to immediately stop shooting.