46th Annual ATA Spring Grand Arrives In February

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posted on January 31, 2022
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The 2022 Amateur Trapshooting Association Spring Grand will be held February 9-20 at the Tucson Trap and Skeet Club in Tucson, Arizona.

Preliminary Spring Grand Week will be from Tuesday, February 8 to Sunday, February 13, while the 2022 ATA Spring Grand itself will be Monday, February 14 to Sunday, February 20.

There will be 24 official events at the 2022 ATA Spring Grand:

  • Tuesday, February 8. Marathon, Practice and Registration
  • Wednesday, February 9. Event # 1 - Flagstaff Hundred, Event # 2 - Yuma Handicap, Event # 3 - Garden Canyon Doubles
  • Thursday, February 10. Event # 4 - Phoenix Doubles, Event # 5 - Prescott Singles, Event # 6 - Casa Grande Handicap
  • Friday, February 11. Event # 7 - Class Singles, Event # 8 - Preliminary Handicap, Event # 9 - Class Doubles
  • Saturday, February 12. Event # 10 - Tucson Singles Championship
  • Sunday, February 13. Event # 11 - Tucson Doubles Championship, Event # 12 - Tucson Handicap Championship
  • Monday, February 14. Event # 13 - Preliminary Singles, Event # 14 - Preliminary Handicap
  • Tuesday, February 15. Event # 15 - Premier Singles, Event # 16 - Prescott Handicap
  • Wednesday, February 16. Event # 17 - Yuma Doubles, Event # 18 - Pleasant Valley Handicap
  • Thursday, February 17. Event # 19 - Tucson Singles Class Championship, Event # 20 - Tucson Doubles Class Championship
  • Friday, February 18. Event # 21 - Spring Grand American Doubles Championship, Event # 22 - Caesar Guerini Preliminary Handicap
  • Saturday, February 19. Event #23 - Browning Singles Championship
  • Sunday, February 20. Event #24 - Winchester Ammunition Handicap Championship


Pre-squadding
for the 2022 Spring Grand is currently open, but if you are interested, act fast because it will close on Sunday, February 6. (Note: There will be a $2.00 pre-squadding charge per event, per person.)

Learn more at shootata.com.


Read more: Interview With New ATA President Darryl Hayes

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