Due to the recent flooding affecting out community, we are postponing the One Man Shoot.  It WILL NOT be held in September as previously planned. 

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your friends and families dealing with the aftermath of this unprecedented disaster.

We know that the generosity and spirit of the One Man Shoot community is evident across the region as recovery and rebuilding are underway.

We will certainly continue the One Man Shoot and will be working to reschedule the event for an appropriate time.  We will keep you all informed of the developments and look forward to sharing a day of fun and fellowship with you all once the current challenges have been dealt with.

The One Man Shoot is a sporting clays competition for four-person teams that will raise funds for Dr. Oliver Sartor’s Prostate Cancer Research Fund at Tulane Cancer Center.

Please Check our FAQ page for 
more details on the event schedule
New option for our sporting clays shooter this year!


Each shooter may purchase 2 Mulligans for $10 per ticket that allows them to have a second shot at any clay on the course.
Plus, each shooter may purchase 1 Super Mulligan that allows them to post a perfect 6 for 6 on any single 6 clay station.  Super Mulligans are $20 per ticket.

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One Man Shoot Magazine 2015 Edition

One Man Shoot Magazine 2015Download the 2015 edition of One Man Shoot Magazine featuring a wealth of information about the Dr. Sartor's Prostate Cancer Research Fund, members, moments from previous events as well as letters from Connie Mack Boykin's family members and friends. We are working on a new magazine that will be providing information for our 2016 shoot.  Please check back for that great new publication.  

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2016 Sponsors


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Special Letter

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A Special Letter by Randy Hays