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A great way to start the 2019 Indoor archery season!
9am Equipment Check
9:45am Practice Ends
10am Scoring Ends Begin
Top Nock JOAD is hosting a warm-up tournament at the West Michigan Archery Center to kick off indoor season. $10 of every entry fee will go to support the Wreaths Across America.
This tournament will be a 18m indoor round (60 arrows) tournament. This tournament is the perfect opportunity to warm up and prepare for the upcoming indoor archery season for archers throughout Michigan, and a great opportunity to have fun and contribute to a good cause.
TOURNAMENT FORMAT AND RULE:
This tournament will consist of two targets of 30 arrows each (in 10 ends of 3 arrows each) shot on FITA targets. Archers may register in four bow-type classifications (barebow/traditional, compound, recurve, and compound with fingers). The USA Archery dress code will be in effect.
AGE CLASSIFICATIONS (USA ARCHERY RULES):
Yeoman (up to age 9)*
Bowman (Ages 10-12)*
Cub (Ages 13-14)*
Cadet (Ages 15-17)*
Junior (Ages 18-20)*
Senior (Ages 21-49)*
Masters (Ages 50+)*
*Age by the end of the calendar year.
An awards ceremony will take place following shooting. Concessions will be available.
$25 Registration for All
Membership in NFAA/USA Archery is NOT required!
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