Blackwood Gun Club * 11400 FM2854 * Conroe, TX 


The health and well-being of those in our community are of utmost importance. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are following the recommendations and mandates of the President, the CDC, and the Governor of Texas, and are currently working on alternate plans for The Great Rett Shootout. 

In working closely with Rettsyndrome.org, we have decided to postpone the event to a later date, to be determined, while we monitor ongoing changes.

For those with confirmed tickets or sponsorships: Rettsyndrome.org is happy to refund you or put towards the new date once a new one is set. 

We wish all of you blessings of health and safety and you have our sincerest thanks for your continued support of our mission for a cure for Rett Syndrome, and support for families in need.   

Event Info


Come out and break some clays with us as we raise money for a very special cause.

100% of all tournament proceeds go to RettSyndrome.org!

4-man Team: $750

Individual: $200

Mulligans: 6 for $25

Trophies awarded

Lunch provided


Our Story


...Dayton was a beautiful healthy baby. At 22 months everything started to change....


Without saying a word, Dayton has taught us so much about life. We are her voice and we owe her everything we have to try to find a cure. We will never stop fighting until we have given our little girl every chance and every opportunity this big beautiful world has to offer....

Our Partners

It's all made possible by our fantastic Sponsors! 

Each Sponsor is recognized on this website and throughout the day of the tournament. 

To get involved please click below for sponsorship levels and opportunities. 



Click below to see all our wonderful Sponsors!l

What is rett

Rett Syndrome has been described as having symptoms of cerebral palsy, epilepsy, autism and anxiety disorder all in one little child. A serious lifelong neurological disorder, it's caused by random mutations in the MECP2 gene. 

They are bright beautiful individuals trapped in a body that doesn't work...but medical evidence has shown it can be CURABLE!