The Wolf Creek Shooting Complex, now known as the Tom Lowe Shooting Grounds, is a shooting range located southwest of Atlanta, Georgia, United States, in Fulton County. During the 1996 Summer Olympics, it hosted the shooting event. Until 2002, it was also often used for ISSF World Cup competitions in rifle and pistol events, although such competitions, when held in the United States, have now reverted to being carried out at Fort Benning.
The venue is now owned by the Parks & Recreation Department of Fulton County.
It has 20 trap and skeet shooting combination fields, and nine lighted areas.
The facility has been host to several NSSA State and Zone skeet tournaments.
The range is also home to recreational shooting leagues such as the Atlanta Skeet and Trap League.
Coordinates: 33°40′27″N 84°34′3″W / 33.67417°N 84.56750°W
- 1896: Kallithea
- 1900: Boulogne-Billancourt, Satory
- 1908: Bisley Ranges, Uxendon Shooting School Club
- 1912: Råsunda IP
- 1920: Beverloo Camp, Hoogboom Military Camp
- 1924: Camp de Châlons, Issy-les-Moulineaux, Le Stade Olympique Reims, Le Stand de Tir de Versailles
- 1932: Los Angeles Police Pistol Range
- 1936: Wannsee Shooting Range
- 1948: Bisley National Rifle Association Ranges
- 1952: Huopalahti, Malmi Rifle Range
- 1956: Royal Australian Air Force, Laverton Air Base, Williamstown
- 1960: Cesano Infantry School Range, Lazio Pigeon Shooting Stand, Umberto I Shooting Range
- 1964: Asaka Shooting Range, Tokorozawa Shooting Range
- 1968: Vincente Suárez Shooting Range
- 1972: Schießanlage
- 1976: Olympic Shooting Range, L'Acadie
- 1980: Dynamo Shooting Range
- 1984: Prado Regional Park
- 1988: Taenung International Shooting Range
- 1992: Mollet del Vallès Shooting Range
- 1996: Wolf Creek Shooting Complex
- 2000: Sydney International Shooting Centre
- 2004: Markopoulo Olympic Shooting Centre
- 2008: Beijing Shooting Range Clay Target Field, Beijing Shooting Range Hall
- 2012: Royal Artillery Barracks
- 2016: National Shooting Center