Welcome to the Scottish Clay Shooting Centre.

The Scottish Clay Shooting Centre is one of the leading clay grounds in the country and is well known for its ability to cater for everyone from complete beginners to seasoned professionals, from small hen parties to large corporate days.
Our team of highly qualified instructors is the best in the business and they make sure that everyone leaves the centre having improved and, most importantly, having had a great time.

Situated in the picturesque countryside 10 minutes from St Andrews, the SCSC is within easy reach of Dundee (15mins) and the north. Leuchars, which is just five minutes down the road, also has regular trains to Edinburgh (55mins) and Glasgow (1hr 10mins).

Tired of missing when your friends don’t? Or is there maybe one type of bird that always eludes you? We’ll be able to take you back to basics and make you the best shot you can be or help you work up to that competition you’ve wanted to do.

100-bird Parcours De Chase

The 100-bird Parcours De Chase was held on Saturday June 14. Forty people came through the SCSC doors and although the weather was overcast, the shooting was not. We witnessed some great shooting from all classes and Tony Maher eventually won with 92 scored. Great shooting Tony.

The feedback from all the shooters we spoke with was great. Many thanks to all for supporting this shoot and we look forward to the next one.

If you would like to practice the 100-bird Parcours De Chase we are keeping one layout available for the next two weeks (until the close of play on Saturday July 5). Do come and have a go or make the most of our expert instructors who can help you hone your skills. For more information do please call the ground’s manager Ron Maxwell on 07778 003 933.

From seasoned professionals to complete beginners, the SCSC can provide expert tuition for every level..
SCSC History
SCSC History
Now over 10 years old the SCSC is one of the best grounds in the country with numerous trap layouts. It's had some hurdles along the way, though...