Grand Slams

The following Idaho shooters have achieved one of trapshooting’s toughest accomplishments there is, the “Grand Slam“. The Grand Slam is when a shooter breaks 200 in a 200-bird singles race, 100×100 from the 27 yeard Line, and 100×100 in doubles. The has to be done during a competition and can not have any carry overs.

The following list includes each shooter’s name, date the Grand Slam was accomplished, and the final “leg” (score and discipline—i.e., singles, handicap or doubles) which completed his or her Grand Slam.

For complete listing of the Armature Trapshooting Association (ATA) of Grand Slams click the following link: ATA GRAND SLAM RECOGNITION

Name Date Final Leg of Achievement ATA Completion Number
Darin Williams August 16, 1989 Singles 77
Matt March, Jr. July 4, 1990 Doubles 90
Earl Bradford September 30, 1990 Doubles 96
Stuart Welton May 11, 1991 Doubles 97
Donn Cooper Aug. 13, 1994 Singles 153
Nolan Hildreth January 4, 1997 Handicap 194
Bernie Voyles May 22, 1998 Doubles 217
Charles Woodruff June 27, 2004 Handicap 326
Alan Olmstead July 23, 2005 Singles 342
Mike Stears May 26, 2006 Handicap 351
Steven L. Taylor August 2, 2008 Doubles 393
Ted Schlecht June 6, 2009 Handicap 407
Shawn Cahoon June 27, 2010 Handicap 422
Grant Williams July 27, 2013 Handicap 450