On September 21, 2019, the Greenwood Gun Club will host the classroom version of the Texas Hunters Education course. This class is for people that need hunters’ education, that were born after Sept 2, 1971 and are over the age of 9. Everyone born after September 2, 1971 must successfully complete a hunter education course to hunt in Texas.
This class will be held at the Archery building of the Greenwood Gun Club, 550 County Road 508, Brazoria, TX.
The class is limited to 14 students, and you must register using the link below.
Please bring a sack lunch and/or snacks. Water will be provided. Sodas will be available for purchase.
The course fee is $15.
Please contact Garrett Lewis at Garrettlewis@sbcglobal.net if you have any questions.
Click this link to take you to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Hunters education registration page. Course Registration
Greenwood Gun Club is a Members only club and is not open to the public. However, Matches conducted at Greenwood are typically open to the public and the gates are opened until registration for match is complete. If you are interested in competing in the various matches we conduct check the schedule link above.
Members and Guests
Open Carry is legal in Texas however Greenwood Gun Club does not allow open carry on premise. Open carry is not compatible with range safety and club rules. In order to continue to ensure safety on our ranges, there will be no open carry on Greenwood Gun Club property.
You are still permitted to conceal carry on GGC property if you have a CHL, but do not mix your shooting experience and concealed carry. If you draw from concealment it is breaking club rules. Act as you would in a public place. Displaying your firearm in a non-emergency situation would be considered "brandishing".
Brazosport & Brazoria County Gun Club
The object for which this corporation is formed is the encouragement of responsible shooting among residents of the State of Texas, with the view toward a better knowledge on the part of such persons of the safe handling and proper care of firearms, as well as improved marksmanship. It shall be a further object and purpose to cultivate the development of those characteristics of honesty, good fellowship, self-discipline, team play and self-reliance, which are essentials of good sportsmanship and the foundation of true patriotism.
Greenwood Gun Club promotes archery, black powder, pistol, rifle and shotgun through ongoing matches throughout the year. These matches are open to the public check range schedule. All other range use for members and their guests only.
Our youth outreach uses the 4-H Shootings Sports program. It is available to area youth to teach gun & archery safety and shooting sports along with the other tenets for youth development through the 4-H program.
Greenwood also sponsors a Junior Highpower team that competes at Camp Perry every year as part of the TSRA State Team
Greenwood also allows FFA to use and train at our shotgun range on FM 2004 near Angleton.