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George Digweed

Widely considered the greatest clay shooter of all time, George Digweed MBE has won a record 28 world titles in clay-shooting competitions.

Born in 1964 in England, Digweed began shooting before he was a teenager. His grandfather gave him a .410 shotgun at the start, and soon his competitive attitude drove him to begin shooting competitively. His first memorable victory was the Home International Skeet Championships in 1986 at Melton Mowbray Gun Club.

Zachary Kienbaum

Three-time national sporting clays champion Zachary Kienbaum started shooting sporting clays in 1990. After a successful junior career, he took a few years off before returning to the sport in 2005. In 2007, he began coaching full-time.

Born in California, Zach moved to Texas for nearly 10 years to broaden his shooting experience. He now lives in Savannah, Georgia, in the middle of one of the nation’s fastest-growing clay shooting regions. He has won three National Sporting Clays Association Championships (2018, 2019, and 2022), is a 28-time All-American, a 10-time captain of the NSCA All-American First Team, and has represented his country 24 times as a member of Team USA. In 2022, he was inducted into the NSCA Hall of Fame.

Zach continues to teach shooting across the United States and coaches many of today’s top competitors. He has a true passion for competing, as well as helping others.

Anthony I. Matarese Jr.

Anthony I. Matarese Jr. of Pennsville, New Jersey, is the most accomplished shooter in U.S. sporting clays history. He is the first American to win the World English Sporting Championship (2016), and also has a national championship (2008) and three U.S. Open titles (2008, 2012, 2021) on his illustrious resume. He is the youngest inductee to the National Sporting Clays Association’s Hall of Fame.