Amateur Field Trial Club Association
The Amateur Field Trial Clubs of America, Inc. celebrated its 75th anniversary in 1992, having been established on May 19, 1917, with five member clubs. The object of the corporation is to restore and perpetuate wild Upland Game Birds, increase interest in and knowledge of such, and to promote, regulate, control, advise, and conduct field trials on Upland Game Birds
The first National Amateur Quail Championship was run in 1918. The first National Amateur Pheasant Championship in 1933, and the National Amateur Shooting Dog Championship in 1952. There are now 15 National Amateur titular events. Clubs are divided into 18 Regions, which are eligible to sponsor up to three Regional Championships each year.
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