LUXURY BRANDS UNITE FOR NEW RBSS COMPETITION
The Royal Berkshire Shooting School (RBSS) has joined forces with Sunseeker London and Boodles to create a brand new shooting competition complete with an enviable prize fund.
The Sunseeker Boodles Cup, which officially launches on October 1, will challenge guns to qualify for one of 20 places at a final that will see them face 25 targets from the RBSS high tower.
The eventual winner of the final will be able to choose between a stunning week long trip for eight people to the Cote d'azur courtesy of Boodles’ James Amos (left), Sunseeker London’s David Lewis and RBSS’ Dylan Williams.
Sunseeker London on a fully crewed luxury yacht, or jewellery from Boodles worth £80,000.
Should no-one hit the required 23 targets in the 25-bird final to win, the highest scorer will leave Berkshire with £5,000 courtesy of RBSS – the largest ever cash prize in a British clay shooting competition.
And the highest-scoring weekly entrants during the 100-bird qualifying stage will be invited to the final to shoot-off for a chance to win an ‘Ultimate Shoot Dinner’ hosted by wine writer Will Lyons worth £10,000 courtesy of Berry Bros. & Rudd.
Dylan Williams, managing director of RBSS, said: “This world-class competition will appeal to both game and clay shooters. Designed to simulate high pheasants, the sequence is difficult – and once you add a good helping of pressure at the final it will certainly be challenging! Being able to keep a cool head and remembering footwork will be key to winning.”
The Sunseeker Boodles Cup will run until January 28 and the date for the final is yet to be confirmed. For more information visit rbss.co.uk.