We have enjoyed being a vendor at Seminole Cup (2021,2020, 2019). Hated missing this past year, 2022, but hope to head back to Sea Island. If you have not had the chance to participate, you are missing out on a pretty area of the Low Country.
The Seminole Cup began 28 years ago as a promotion for Seminole Gunworks at a small shooting club in Florida. For the first 21 years, the shoot was operated by Randy Mitchell. Now the tournament is led by Jon Kent, Sea Island’s Director of Outdoor Pursuits and Randy Mitchell son-in-law. So you could say it’s a bit of a family affair.
Seven years ago Sea Island took over the tournament. Now hosted at Broadfield Plantation, Sea Island’s 5,800-acre Sporting Club and Lodge. Broadfield opens its door once a year for this premier Sporting Clays event. Now the Seminole Cup is known as the Sea Island Sporting Classic.