PSCA Professionals Dominate Nad Al Sheba Shooting Championship in Dubai

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Several of the pros of The Professional Sporting Clays Association (PSCA) had a strong showing at the first annual Nad Al Sheba Shooting Championship.

Several of the pros of The Professional Sporting Clays Association (PSCA) had a strong showing at the first annual Nad Al Sheba Shooting Championship in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, hosted by His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Sports Council.

The Nad Al Sheba Shooting Championship was held for the first time, February 28th-March 5th, with over 550 of the best shooters from countries around the world participating in the grand shooting event. The tournament claims the largest prize purse ever for a Shotgun shooting event. In 2014, prize money available was $735,000 with the men’s payouts down 50 places and the ladies down 20 places. In 2015, prize money will grow to $1,000,000 with an expected 1000 shooters participating.

The competition was vigorous through 4 days of shooting with PSCA pro Gebben Miles winning the tournament and a grand prize of $140,000 with a score of 178 out of 200. Ten other PSCA Professionals finished in the money including Anthony Matarese: 2nd place ($65,000) and Scott Robertson: 4th place ($25,000), Brad Kidd Jr.: 12th place ($5000), and Jon Kruger, Andy Duffy and Bill McGuire all tying for 14th ($5000). Zach Kienbaum, Cory Kruse and Pat Lieske tied at 29th ($3000). The Women’s Division saw PSCA pro Desi Edmunds taking 2nd place ($20,000) and Diane Sorantino capturing 8th place ($4000).

Congratulations to all of the PSCA pros participating in the competition. They will now be preparing for the first of four PSCA events being held April 5-6 at Able’s Gun Club in Huntsville, TX. The rest of the tournament schedule can be found on the PSCA website. Be sure to keep up with your favorite shooters this summer and fall as the professional tour is televised by NBC Sports Network. Programming is scheduled to begin airing in July 2014. The show features nine prime time weekend telecasts from July 27th-September 26th, airing Sundays at 10:30pm (EDT) on NBC Sports.

About The Professional Sporting Clays Association

The purpose of the Professional Sporting Clays Association (PSCA) is to provide a professional tour for top athletes. This tour will give qualified top athletes of the sport greater access to closed competition with other athletes of similar skill. It will also provide access to media and other notoriety, which in turn will allow them all of the benefits of other professional sports. By creating such an association, the benefits will not be limited to the professional athletes, but also to amateur competitors, club owners, and the entire industry by allowing greater mainstream acceptance of the sport. Connect with PSCA via social media social media at and For more information please visit

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