Event #2 of the Professional Sporting Clays Association Tour Is This Month

Announcing the second event of the 2014 PSCA Tour. Registration for all participants and media is now open.

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PSCA Event #2 Open For Registration

Houston, TX (PRWEB) May 13, 2014

All shooters are encouraged to register now for Event #2 of The Professional Sporting Clays Association (PSCA) Tour, scheduled for May 31st-June 1st at American Shooting Centers in Houston, TX. Both amateur and professional shooters will be competing.

Amateur Shooters
Amateur shooters are encouraged to participate. This is a NSCA-registered shoot using the Saturday PSCA Pro qualification courses. The targets will not be changed. The top two amateur men and women from each course (4 men/4 women) will have the opportunity to shoot with the Pros on Sunday afternoon and potentially be included within PSCA television coverage. Complete rules and regulations may be found here. Register now at http://www.winscoreonline.com.

Spectators
Admission is free for spectators, and you can be part of a television audience. Everyone is encouraged to attend and watch the exciting competition. Attend Saturday, Sunday or both days. See the competition peak with a dramatic finish on Sunday and be part of our television audience. The show will air from July 27th-September 26th, airing Sundays at 10:00pm (EDT) on NBC Sports. Spectators are asked to check in at registration, upon arrival.

Media
All media are invited to attend and cover the event. Media may register for credentialing at psca.com/contact-us/media-press. For any additional questions, please contact Haley Dunn at hdunn(at)psca(dot)com or (641) 660-6174.

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. Updated news and events news regarding PSCA can be found at http://www.psca.com and by following PSCA at facebook.com/PSCAtour and twitter.com/PSCAtour.


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