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35th Sugar Shooting Tournament Closing Ceremony and Awards

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On Saturday evening the 30th of April, J.Pepe Fanjul with his wife Emilia hosted a wonderful dinner and prize-giving celebration at the Casa de Campo Yacht Club, to mark the end of the 35th annual Sugar Shooting Tournament at the Casa de Campo Shooting Center and private wilderness reserve, Rancho Peligro.

This annual tournament hosted by J.Pepe Fanjul, which traditionally follows its sister event the Sugar Golf Tournament hosted by his brother Alfy Fanjul, sees people from all around the world travel here to enjoy the Casa de Campo resort’s extensive and indeed world-class shooting facilities. With guests from Texas, the United Kingdom, and Florida, if there was one thing everyone had in common, it was their enthusiasm and appreciation for the Casa de Campo Shooting Center.

The celebration started with cocktails and snacks on the second floor with a beautiful view of the Marina before the intimate group moved down to the dining area for a delicious buffet dinner with the melodious tunes of a piano in the background. J.Pepe Fanjul along with Casa de Campo’s Director of Shooting, Jake Pike, took the spotlight to reveal the winners of the various tournaments — an exciting and cheerful moment.

This year Mason Berry took home the 1st Place All-Around Championship High Overall and the Gubelmann Cup by Jimmy Gubelmann for High Overall Shooting Center Championship was awarded to Andrés Fanjul. See the complete list of winners below.

35th Annual Sugar Shooting Tournament

1st Place Day One Field Shoot    –      Ken Beall  
1st Place Day Two Field Shoot    –      Pepe Fanjul 
1st Place Day Three Field Shoot     –   Chris Meigher 
1st Place – Handicap  – Lawrence Berry 
1st Place Live Pigeon Race   – Jaime Bonetti 

1st Place All-Around Championship High Overall – Mason Berry

1st Place Sporting Clays –AA  – Adam Calvert 
1st Place Sporting Clays – A  –  Alex Brant 
1st Place Sporting Clays -B   –  Michael El-Hage 
1st Place Sporting Clays -C  – Oscar Pena 
1st Place Sporting Clays -D  –  Bailey Berry 
1st Place – Handicap Senior  –  Ron Beck 
1st Place Colombaire  – Wendel Pardue 
1st Place Five Stand re-entry –  Jimmy Gubelmann 
1st Place Two Man Flush  –  G/A Aguirre 
Pool Shoot  –  Anthony Aguirre 

Gubelmann Cup – High Overall Shooting Center Championship –  Andres Fanjul 

NOTES:

  • The High Overall “GUBELMANN CUP” is awarded to the shooter with the highest overall shooting score in the events based at the Casa de Campo Shooting Center (does not include the Driven Pheasant and Partridge Shoot at Rancho Peligro.)
  • The High Overall Cup is awarded to the shooter with the highest overall shooting score in ALL the events
  • Shooters cannot win more than one event

Congratulations to all the winners and all who participated, this year’s group definitely enjoyed the event celebrations. Until next year!

Below a gallery of photos was taken by Laura Perdomo on Saturday, April 30th during the closing event for the 29th annual Sugar Shooting Tournament:

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