Hunters' Pointe Sporting Clays
506 Decoy Drive
Washington, North Carolina 27889
252-975-(CLAY) 2529
2020 East Coast Championship
March 12– 15, 2020

Guarantee Payout over $12,000

Main Event HOA $2,000 Runner Up $1000
Master - E Class $400 - $300 - $200 - $100

Main Event Entry Fee $239

FITASC Entry Fee $135 ($20 BTC) Thur - Fri - Sat - Sun

Thursday Preliminary Entry Fee $115 ($20 BTC) 

Friday Preliminary Entry Fee $115 ($20 BTC)

5 Stand Entry Fee $55 ($10 BTC) Fri - Sat - Sun

Sub Gauge, S x S, 12 Gauge, Super Sporting  Entry Fee $55 each ($10 BTC) Thur - Fri - Sat - Sun

Golf Cart Rentals $75 per Day

Friday and Saturday Night Make-A-Break Shoot Out

Saturday Night Seafood Buffett

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History of The East Coast Championship

The East Coast Championship was the idea of David and Scott Downs, the father and son of the family who established Hunters’ Pointe in Washington, North Carolina. Both being avid shooters and hunters, they wanted to provide an opportunity for a larger scale shoot in eastern North Carolina.  The earliest NSCA records show the first shoot being held in 1996 but some of the folks with  long memories maintain it started several years earlier than that. It was hosted by the Downs family at Hunters’ Pointe until the untimely deaths of both Scott and David Downs. Scott and David's vision is still carried on as the East Coast Championship been hosted by Hunters’ Pointe.