Established in 2002, Break for 8 has become one of Houston’s premiere Sporting Clays fundraisers.
Field your team of 4 shooters and join us for a fun and unique outdoor activity perfectly suited to entertain business clients or team building, all in support of HoustonPBS's children programming.
Set on the beautiful grounds of the Greater Houston Gun Club, a private NSCA facility.
Break for 8 is a team shotgun tournament that consists of three shooting categories: sub-gauge, sporting clays and flurries. Teams are composed of four members.
The day includes lunch and a cocktail reception, commemorative gift items and team trophies. Shooters can also participate in our V. Scott Kneese Challenge, a game of shooter's luck, and a silent auction. NOTE: Mulligans are available throughout the morning.
This event continues Rain or Shine
Lewis Class Scoring
Team and Individual Prizes
Ammunition provided for .12, .20, .28 gauge and 410
8:00 AM Registration opens in the Club House
Practice field opens
9:00 AM Sub-gauge Competition begins
V. Scott Kneese Competition Begins
Silent Auction open
11:30 PM Luncheon in Pavilion
1:15 PM Welcome & Safety Meeting in Pavilion
Sporting Clays Competition begins
Team Flurries integrated into Sporting Clays Course
3:00 PM V. Scott Kneese Competition Begins
4:00 PM Cocktail Reception Opens in Pavilion
5:00 PM Awards Ceremony
5:30 PM Event Concludes
HoustonPBS serves to empower, engage and enrich the lives of the people of Southeast Texas. To that end, HoustonPBS provides a varied schedule made up of national Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) programming; award-winning locally produced programming; college courses; and select acquired programs. Beyond broadcast, our facility is also a site for town hall meetings, national videoconference broadcasts, and a variety of innovative community educational and outreach programs.
HoustonPBS was America's first public television station and was one of the founding stations of the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) in 1969. HoustonPBS is supported primarily by viewer contributions with additional money coming from grants, special events and corporate sponsorships. Association for Community Broadcasting (ACB) is a non-profit 501(c)3 support organization for KUHT