Getting a family member or friend a voucher to come and have a lesson at the Scottish Clay Shooting Centre is a great present. Why? Well, here are just some of the reasons...
Your searching stops here. We’ve got a secure and safe PayPal account and you can pay right now – your mission is over, you can make a cup of tea and relax. You don’t even need to leave the house.
For those who wish to use more traditional methods we also accept payment by by cheque or over the phone.
Once we’ve received your order we’ll send the appropriate voucher straight to your door with a first class stamp on the envelope.
We have three lesson types available for purchase as a gift voucher. Find out more about each shooting lesson here:
Introductory Shooting Lesson
Standard Shooting Lesson
Advanced Shooting Lesson
Need help deciding which shooting lesson is the right level? Check out our What Level am I? page
Purchase your gift voucher below:
Turn your shooting lesson at the Scottish Clay Shooting Centre into a great day out, with the fantastic new Rhynd cafe open just across the road. It's currently open Friday & Saturday from 9am - 5pm, and Sunday from 9:30am - 5:30pm, which should line up nicely with a weekend shooting lesson, whether you're hungry for lunch, dinner, or just a tasty treat.
Serving up quality and wholesome food all year round, you'll find a selection of healthy soups and salads, warming pasta dishes, home-baked cakes & scones, with gluten-free options and locally sourced ingredients aplenty. Check out The Rhynd facebook page for the latest foody delights and reviews like this one;
"Stumbled upon this gem of a place just outside St Andrews at the weekend. It’s on the road to Tentsmuir beach. Stopped in for a superb lunch. They have Quiche and cakes to die for, a wood burning stove and blankets if your cold. The perfect place after a chilly winters walk and you can take your dog in..." Jock Rutherford, 6 November 2017
Then follow up your lunch with a quiet walk around Tentsmuir forest at the end of the road, which takes you right through to the beach on the east coast.
Round off your day by popping back to St Andrews for an overnight stay in one of the many hotels and B&Bs on offer