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2024 Grand Pacific Part 1

CHECK OUT OUR PODCAST HERE  THERE WILL BE SEVERAL PARTS SO CHECK IT OUT OFTEN AND BE SURE TO SURE TO SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL.


2024 Grand Pacific Program

The 2024 Grand Program is ready. Click here to see the program. There is also a prepay form click here.


Myrtle Point May 18-19, 2024

If you are planning on shooting at Myrtle Point on May 18-19 there has been a cashier change. If you would like to presquad please contact Sue Brewer at sjbrewer40@gmail.com or 541-619-9393.


Grand Pacific Events


Grand Pacific Ammo


CA State All Stars

Check out the CA State All-Star requirements to see if you qualify click here.


Grand Pacific PreSquad

PRESQUAD NOW OPEN for the 93rd P.I.T.A. GRAND PACIFIC at the BEND Trap Club! Go now to PreSquad.com and get the squads you want. Do not miss the 93rd! It will be one to remember! #shootpita #trapshooting #grandpacific #the93rd


2024 PITA Grand Raffle

Get your tickets from any Executive Committee member.

You can also Call Kay at 208-312-0314.

For questions Call Mike Riggs at 503-997-2449.

Tickets will be available at your State and Provincial Shoots.


Congratulations 2024 Hall of Fame Inductee!!

Congratulations 2024 Hall Of Fame Inductee!


Tom Garrigus grew up on the Tualatin River in Oregon, near the Hillsboro Trap and Skeet Club. Tom’s dad, Don, started Tom shooting trap when he was three years old. Dad would help Tom support the gun and pull the trigger. On one of those days, Tom came home with a black eye, and dad Don was in hot water on the home front.Tom was a member of the PITA for seventeen years, registering his first targets in 1963. In 1962, as a junior shooter, he shot his first registered ATA targets, winning a Junior trophy at the Oregon State shoot that year. He repeated this win in 1964.In 1965, Tom joined the Air Force, serving to 1969. He was assigned to the Marksmanship Training Unit and represented the USA at the 1968 Olympics; winning a silver medal in trapshooting. From 1992 to 2002, he served as an assistant shotgun coach of the USA Shooting Team. Later, in 1996, Tom and his wife, Jackie, were referees at the 1996 Olympic Games. Prior to the 1996 Olympics, Tom worked with Gold Medalist Kim Rhode, Silver Medalist Josh Lakotos, and Bronze Medalist, the Pacific Northwest’s own, Lance Bade.A bit of trivia…Tom and fellow Olympic shooter Ray Stafford attended the first ATA Hall of Fame Banquet as members of the Olympic Shooting Team. In 1994, Tom was inducted into the Oregon ATA Hall of Fame. In 2018, Tom was inducted into the nationwide ATA Hall of Fame.Tom won numerous PITA and ATA trophies in Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and the Grand American. During his shooting career, Tom had eight (8) Grand Pacific wins and fifty-six (56) State/Provincial wins as well as making two (2) appearances on the PITA All-Star Team (1976 and 1977).Tom was very good at sales and teaching others the art of shooting. In sales, he represented Ithaca, Perazzi, and Krieghoff shotguns. The good Lord took him in 2006; he is probably still coaching marksmanship.


January 2024 Fall Multiplex

Multiplex results are posted for January and are on the RESULTS page.  Thank you shooters for your participation and a huge shout out to all those volunteers running these events – rain, shine, and snow!

Please be sure to check your yardage. Earned yardage goes as follows:

Earned Yardage:
50  – 1 yd JAMES, MATT
48 – 1 yd MCNULTY, LIAM
47 – .5yd ERB, SEAN – BADENHORST, FREDERIK – MATYS, GERALD – HIGHLAND, RANDY
  • 239 shooters participated at 27 clubs.
  • 31,700 targets thrown plus 1,750 sub-gauge singles targets.
  • Mac Robertson (Del Norte) & Liam McNulty (South Okanagan) were High Over All with 141/150
  • Triple Winners were Matt Coffin (Spring Creek), John Helpman (Culdesac), Patrick McKay (Albany), & Cody Salmon (Wenatchee)