Justin Jones comes from three generations of shooting champions. His grandfather and father both captained the British Olympic Trap Shooting teams. His family home shooting ground in North Wales, is the premier Olympic Trap (OT) ground in Great Britain, and hosted the Rolex British Grand Prix for 40 years. Justin was taught to shoot by his grandfather Glynne, at the age of 12, and began competing at 15.
As a consultant to the industry, Justin has traveled internationally representing Great Britain in both Olympic Trap and Olympic Skeet. With Lord Mansfield of Scone Palace, Scotland, Justin captained a Scottish team to compete against the Japanese Team in Tokyo. With Sir Jackie Stewart, OBE Justin organized and competed in the United Arab Emirates against the Royal Team.
Justin Jones has been designing British sporting clubs internationally since 1990 and creates facilities for luxury resorts with clay shooting, archery, off-road driving, falconry, fishing, kayaking, climbing, hiking, downhill biking and wilderness survival skills.
Justin has just finished building a Sporting Ground at Lake Oconee, called Sandy Creek Sporting Grounds. Information on these grounds can be found on the following news articles from Golfweek, U.S.News, Global Golf Post, Reynolds Lake Oconee, as well as the short film by Yonder Blue Films.