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ACCOLADES

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

TESTIMONIALS

Mike Fox

Fox Logical Learning
+1 (713) 292-6962
allsmoke@gmail.com

Mike is a recently retired college professor. He moved to the Houston area after earning his Master of Science degree in industrial education from Texas A&M University. He has invested the past 37 years teaching engineering graphics and preparing individuals for technical careers. While Mike is NSSA certified as a level 2 instructor, he has competed actively in NSSA skeet shooting tournaments over the past two decades and continues to participate in the game regularly. Mike has been a member of GHGC for nearly 20 years. He and his wife, Brenda have a spoiled border collie named Bella.

Mike’s coaching:

Shooting a shotgun at clay targets is just plain fun. Part of that fun includes challenges along the way to achieving your goals. Mastery of fundamentals and gaining confidence in your ability to execute your game consistently are key to being successful. If you are a beginning shooter, someone just getting back into shotgunning after a long layoff, or currently in a competitive slump, Mike can help you get to your goals. Coaching sessions are held on available skeet fields exclusively at the Greater Houston Gun Club and are tailored to your shooting goals. After discussing and evaluating your goals along with a review of shooting safety and etiquette, some areas that Mike can help you with right from the start are evaluating your eye dominance, gun fit, proper stance/gun mount, and finding your shotgun’s point of impact and analysis of patterns.

Typical Learned benefits from Mike’s coaching sessions:

  • How to determine where to look for the target and where to hold your shotgun
  • Proper use of the eyes (primary and peripheral) in controlling one’s focus on the target
  • How to use the body and stance along with the eyes to move and break targets consistently
  • How to benefit from planned practice sessions (and post practice analysis)

Among his shooting accomplishments are:

four time NSSA concurrent All-American skeet team / eleven time TSSA Texas All-State team (5 time open teams)/ two time HOA champion of the Texas/Louisiana Skeet Championships/ 2003 Texas State Doubles Runner-up (shooting a perfect 100 X 100 while passing a kidney stone- ouch!) / member of GHGC’s 5 man club skeet teams (7 time Texas State club champions) / several perfect scores in doubles events and all gauge events over his shooting career. His best High All-Around (HAA) tournament score to date is 498 X 500

Too numerous to list:

Multiple open championship wins in all NSSA events, including open HOA and open HAA at various shoots around the state. Multiple medal winner in class (including AAA) and concurrent events at major skeet tournaments: Texas State, Zone, Mini-World and World skeet championships.

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