Georgia State Trap Team is composed of a minimum of 10 and a maximum of 15
individuals. The 10 individuals that meet minimum target requirements and are
ranked in the Top Ten for composite average shooters (average of the singles,
handicap and doubles averages) will comprise the team in slots 1 through 10. If
any of the categories (Sub Junior, Junior, Lady, Veteran, and Senior Veteran)
are not represented in the top 10, the top composite average representative from
that unrepresented category will be added to the team in slots 11 through
potentially 15. If a category is
devoid of shooters that meet the minimum target requirement, that category will
not be represented on the state team.
order to qualify for the State Team all shooters, regardless of category, must
shoot 1500 singles, 1500 handicap and 1000 doubles registered targets. Of
those targets, 500 singles, 500 handicap and 400 doubles must be registered
inside the state of Georgia. Most
Improved and Rookie of the Year
awards would require the same minimums.
change was implemented in order to:
Eliminate the potential for some of
our highest average shooters being excluded from the State Team. The prior
method made it possible for the second rated shooter in the state to be
number of shooters that are eligible for the State Team. Only 19 shooters were
eligible for the State Team last season. Under the new method, 26 shooters would
have been eligible.
the burden placed on Georgia shooters that live long distances from all Georgia
registered shoot sites.
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