Fox Harb’r hosting clay shooting Spring Lobster Cup

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WALLACE – George Digweed, 26-time World Clay Shooting Champion, is hosting the 2017 Spring Lobster Cup, at Fox Harb’r Resort from May 19 to 21.

With more than $5,000 in prizes, medal presentations happen after each of the three NSCA registered shoots.

Fox Harb’r is Nova Scotia’s world-class luxury recreational, residential and lifestyle destination, the site of five major clay shooting events during 2017.

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“I’m looking forward to conducting individual and group lessons as well as setting the targets for this year’s Spring Lobster Cup at this world-class resort site and again, I’m working closely with Fox Harb’r’s director of sport shooting, Peter Phillips, to make certain our guests have a truly memorable experience,” said Digweed.

Fox Harb’r Resort’s president Kevin Toth said, “Global recognition of our sport shooting facilities reinforces our unique reputation as Atlantic Canada’s leading full-service five star-recreational resort and residential development. Our 15-acre sporting clay course has 24 shooting stations for our guests’ challenge and enjoyment. Fox Harb’r is a licensed shooting facility, so individuals visiting don’t need a permit to join in the fun,” he added.