The Club's visuals do a good job of keeping each new area looking unique and offering bright, colorful targets to blow away around every corner. The enemies are big and distinct, if not terribly detailed, and the environments offer many tricky hidden spots for you to search for secrets in. The playable characters are more attractive than the rather homogenous fodder, but they still don't feel very memorable thanks to their largely derivative designs.
It's the weak multiplayer that keeps GameSpy from recommending The Club with full enthusiasm. The single-player portion of the game is entertaining, but the experience will be brief if you're not the type to obsess over high scores. If you're looking for much more than a few hours of fun single-player target shooting, you'll probably not want to pay the steep fee this club charges for membership.