NOTE: Dine & Blast events were held through the summer months in 2022, and they’ll return in 2023. To have your name added to The Field Club’s email list, contact them at 724.329.6770, and you’ll be notified for similar events. Check back soon for 2023 Dine & Blast events on the What’s Happening page on the resort’s website.
Shooters of all levels are invited for dinner and an action-packed evening of fun at The Field Club with Dine & Blast. Test your skills with 100 targets. Once you’ve worked up a healthy appetite, join up with fellow participants for a hearty steak dinner to discuss the day’s conquests and misses. This isn’t like the fish that got away (yet, The Field Club team can help you with that, too), but bragging and bravado are encouraged!
We chatted up Dine & Blast with Director of Outdoor Adventures Ty Schaefer — who oversees the happenings at The Nemacolin Field Club — to get his take on what participants can expect from the evening. Here’s what he had to say:
“Registered participants check in inside The Field Club. Then, help yourself to one of the many specially equipped Club Car carts, load your gear, and head out to one of the two courses. One course will be set for novice-to-intermediate-level shooters, and the other will be more difficult for those who are ready for a challenge.
“Participants are welcome to shoot on each course. Once you shoot your 100 rounds, put your guns and supplies back into your vehicle, and drive your Club cart to the pavilion. You’ll turn in your dinner ticket at the pavilion bar, be seated, choose your drink, tell us how you’d like your steak done, and dinner will be served!
“Dinner is a 12oz. New York strip, a salad, potatoes, corn, and a dinner roll. We always follow up dinner with a fantastic dessert. After enjoying your meal, the only thing left to do is to sign up for the next Dine & Blast event!
“Dine & Blast is a relaxed night of food and fun. If you want to join us but your spouse or guest doesn’t want to shoot, give us a call for non-shooter pricing. First-time shooters are welcome, too. If you’re on the fence about attending Dine & Blast, give it a shot … literally! You will have a blast!” Schaefer says.