ATLANTA
CHARITY CLAYS

September 17-19, 2020


2020 CO-CHAIRS:
John McColskey
Katherine Ohlhausen

ATLANTA
CHARITY CLAYS

September 17-19, 2020


2020 CO-CHAIRS:
John McColskey
Katherine Ohlhausen

DAY 1:
KICK-OFF PARTY
Day 1, Thursday evening, is the Kick-off Party, where shooters, spouses and friends gather to mingle, reminisce about the years hunting exploits and savor a delicious buffet.

DATE:
September 17, 2020

TIME:
6:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

LOCATION:
The Fairmont
1429 FAIRMONT AVE NW
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30318

  • All Sponsorships include Tickets (Invitations) to the Kick-Off Party – Please contact info@atlantacharityclays.org to find out how many.
  • For individual Kick-Off Party reservations, approximately ($60) will be eligible for a charitable tax deduction.
  • Kick-off Party reservations can be purchased online or at the door for $175.00.

DRESS: Fabulously Chic {Formal attire not necessary}

 

 

 

DAY 2:
GOLD SPONSORS' DAY
Day 2, Friday, is Gold Sponsors’ Day, where the ACC pampers its Gold and upper level sponsors with shooting and an elaborate lunch. Typically the outing is at a private clays venue. In the past, sponsors such as Holland & Holland have exhibited their wares and encouraged the crowd to use them on site. Networking, socializing and good fun are the hallmarks of Gold Sponsor’s Day.

 

 

DATE:
September 18, 2020

TIME:
Registration begins at 9:00 a.m. and shooting at 10:00 a.m.

LOCATION:
Five Arrow Farms (formerly Arrowhatchee)
429 Hamby Ln.
Social Circle, GA 30025

  • The new owners, Carlton Walstad and Russell Bennett, have graciously offered to continue hosting the day’s events at the farm outside of Social Circle, GA. This is a special experience and always a crowd pleaser.
  • Premium level sponsors (Gold and above) will enjoy a day of sporting clays (half day of games and a half day on the course) with lunch provided by LowCountry Catering. As guests enjoy their meal under the pavilion, they will be treated to spectacular views of Five Arrow Farms’ beautiful lake. The site’s walking course is beautifully set in the woods and provides a challenging test of one’s shooting skills.

DIRECTIONS: 

  1. From Atlanta Take I-20 East toward Augusta.
  2. Get off on exit #92.
  3. Turn left onto Alcovy Road and go 4.1 miles.
  4. Turn right onto Alcovy Trestle Road and go 1.0 mile to dead-end and turn left.
  5. Go .5 mile and bear left at intersection of Paine Crossing Road and Hamby Lane.
  6. Go .3 mile, cross over Stroud’s Creek Bridge. Look for Five Arrow Farms and Atlanta
  7. Charity Clays sign and main entrance on left, but proceed up the hill to first driveway to right off Hamby Lane. Proceed to pavilion.
DAY 3:
TOURNAMENT DAY
Day 3, Saturday, is Tournament Day, which has been held at historic Burge Plantation, a private club, since its inception. Nearly 300 shooters will attend and shoot a 75-target clays course. Along with sporting clays, the daylong event includes a full barbecue lunch and games such as the Flush, the Five Stand and the Make-a-Break.

 

 

DATE:
September 19, 2020

TIME:
Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. and shooting begins at 9:00 a.m.

LOCATION:
Burge Plantation
44 Jeff Cook Road
Mansfield, Ga. 30055
770-787-5152

DIRECTIONS:

  1. From Atlanta Take I-20 to Exit 98 (Social Circle/ Mansfield)
  2. Turn right off exit ramp on to Hwy. 11
  3. At the second 4 way stop take a left onto Hwy. 142
  4. Go a ½ mile and take a left on Jeff Cook Road
  5. Parking is .6 miles on the right, follow the signs
  • BURGE has been the home of the Atlanta Charity Clays since its inception. From 1809 to the present, Burge has been passed down from generation to generation within the same family. In its current role as private club, farm, shooting preserve and entertainment facility, Burge Plantation will once again play host to the Atlanta Charity Clays tournament for its 26th Annual Tournament.
  • Tournament day is the culmination of three days of ACC’s special and unique events. With a capacity crowd of 72 four-man teams shooting, the Atlanta Charity Clays tournament is the centerpiece of our longstanding tradition.
  • While the event is run and scored like a professional tournament, it is designed to be friendly for all types of shooters. With safety in mind first and foremost, the ACC Tournament is for anyone who enjoys shooting and the outdoors, and provides a fun environment that is great for socializing and networking. Some of our participating shooters are top caliber professionals who are fun to watch, but most are just sportsmen who enjoy wing shooting and sporting clays. Burge has a fabulous course, which is customized for the event to provide a lot of variety and allow participants to easily move from one station to another.
  • LowCountry Catering will serve a fabulous BBQ lunch with all the trimmings. Refreshments will also be provided throughout the day.
  • All shooters will receive an Atlanta Charity Clays hat and pin signifying support of the ACC Tournament.