On Tuesday, January 17th 2017 we officially broke ground on the new property. We worked for abo...
2017 NSSA/NSCA All Around Club of the Year
2017 Texas Club of the Year by TSCA Membership
2014 NSSA/NSCA All around club of the year
2012 Texas Club of the Year by TSCA Membership
2003 NSSA/NSCA All around club of the year
2001 NSSA President’s Award
2000 NSSA President’s Award
1999 NSSA Club of the Year
"Love the excitement this place offers and yet very close to th center of town."
"The best place to have a sporting clays event. Ashley and the rest of the staff are excellent and they have the best facilities in the city."
"Hands down THE best clays rangeclub in Houston! Kevin (GM) and his staff are top shelf! Great place to hold events."
Professional Sporting Clays Shooter & Instructor
Contact: 907-227-3892 Email: email@example.com
- 2014 & 2015 PSCA Tour Ladies Champion
- 2014 & 2015 NSCA Championship Tour Lady Champ
- 2014 & 2015 US Open Lady Champion
- 2014 Lady National Champion
- 2015 World English Lady Gold
- 5x All-American Ladies
- 4x All-American Ladies Captain
- 8x Ladies Team USA
Desi began shooting at the age of 14 in Anchorage, Alaska through the local Fish & Game program. A good friend had mentioned to her that she wanted to try a weekly 5-stand league to learn how to shoot a shotgun, and that is where Desi got hooked. Over the next several years, with her parents’ support, she began to shoot more leagues and weekend tournaments at her home club Grouse Ridge in Wasilla, Alaska. Grouse Ridge’s owner Harry Brunnhoelzl Sr. took her under his wing and gave Desi her first shooting lessons.
She shot her first Nationals in 2004 and first US Open in 2005. These were the beginnings of many more years of travel for sporting tournaments. When she graduated high school in 2008 she decided to move to California where she worked at Triple B Clays and began her college career at Golden West Community College. Four years later, she and her boyfriend Zach Kienbaum decided that a move to Houston, Texas would not only benefit both of them financially but could boost their shooting careers to an all new high. And so it did, since the move to Houston in 2012, she has shot more competitive targets in the last two years than all previous years combined.