Club Reviews Submitted by Visitors, Members or Staff
|Jim Thompson |
|First time shooting clays. The range is nicely laid out and the view was fantastic. My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed the outing and shooting. The facility is clean and staff was courteous. Evertime we go to Whitefish we will stop and shoot clays.|
|larry sitter |
|My son's family live in Polson. Over the past ten years, he and I (and now my 13 yr old grandson) have shot at Van Vorst's. The two sporting clay couses are great...set along a ridgetop overlooking the river. Targets come from above, below, all angles and presentations. Maybe best yet is the staff, friendly, considerate and patient. It is a 'must' stop. Enjoy it.|
|Kimberly Wiherski |
|I love shooting sporting clays, it reminds me allot of bird hunting. When I am done shooting sporting clays you realize how boring trap shooting is compared to skeet and sporting clays. I started shooting up there when I joined Pheasants forever. |
|Mike Cox |
|This was the best experience of our family reunion on Flathead lake this year. For most of us, it was our first time shooting "Sporting Clays" and all the team at Big Sky, especially Terry, were great. From shotgun rentals to giving us a brief tutorial about the process and the technology, it was a great experience and we hope to come visit again soon. Thanks again for a great time.|
|Larry Sitter |
|I try to shoot 10-12 rounds of clays in the off season to stay tuned for bird season so I'm not a competitor or what I would call frequent shooter. Having said that, I would rate Van Voast's as the best sporting clay facility I have shot in Oregon, California, Washington or Alaska.|
The course is very well maintained, there has always been someone on the course, moving around looking for problems. On both courses, the target presentations are excellent and imaginative. The employees/family are friendly, courteous and helpful.
Finally, the last time I shot there, my wife came along and trapped for me. She was overwhelmed by the scenery, Mission mountains to the east, Flathead River in the opposite direction, deer wandering around and an occasional Chinese Chicken flushing.
|LARRY SITTER |
|Two courses, excellent target presentations using ridge tops, very friendly and courteous management, one of the best facilities I have ever shot at|
More than 10 visits
|Haven't been there for a year or two, but every time I had been there in the past, the course was well presented, good honest targets, not floppers. And the staff was always friendly and accommodating. Having shot clays in several countries and virtually all US States and most provinces of Canada, Big Sky ranks high in my estimation.|
|Jack Smith |
|I visited this facility and enjoyed it so much, we returned the second day and shot again.|
2 very nice, different courses will test both the novice and best shooters. Great clubhouse with fireplace, pool table and bar. Very friendly folks and we even had the chance to shoot a couple rounds of skeet with one of the owners. Good, down to earth people.
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