North Georgia Traditional Archery Club Championship Shoot

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dutchman

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Sunday August 5, 2018 is the date for our final shoot of the year at the North Georgia Traditional Archery Club. This shoot is the Club Championship shoot with trophies being given in nine classes.

  • Men’s Longbow – 16 and over
  • Women’s Longbow – 16 and over
  • Men’s Recurve – 16 and over
  • Women’s Recurve – 16 and over
  • Senior – 60 and over
  • Primitive
  • Youth – 12-15
  • Junior – 9-12
  • Cub – 8 and under

    Shoot fees
    Members - $5 each
    Non-members - $10 each
    Families – members with a family of three or more - $15
    Non-members with families of three or more - $25
    First time shooters at our club shoot for free.
    Lunch - $5 each (donation to cover costs)

    Memberships to our club are $25 and it’s a once in a life-time fee.

    You can find us at 2295 Lee Land Road, Gainesville, GA 30507. Look for our sign. Hope to see you.
 
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dutchman

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2018 North Georgia Traditional Archery Club Championship
Sunday, August 5, 2018 20 targets total

Shoot Fees, unlimited shooting
Courses open at 9:00 a.m.
Members, - $5/person Score cards must be turned in by 2:30 p.m.
Members – family of three or more - $15 total
Non-members - $10/person
Non-member – family of three or more - $25 total Lunch - $5 per person donation
Children, age 12 and under – free

Classes – please choose only one class to compete in
Men’s Recurve – Blue stake Men’s Longbow – Blue stake
Women’s Recurve – White stake Women’s Longbow – White stake
Primitive – co-ed – White stake – * Senior – Age 60+, co-ed - White stake
Youth – Age 13-16, co-ed – White stake Junior – Age 9-12, co-ed – Red Stake
Cub – Age 8 and under, co-ed – Red Stake

General Rules
  • Scoring is 10/8/5/0. Arrow must be touching the line to receive higher score. An arrow in the foam but not touching a part of the animal’s profile receives a zero score. Profile does not include hooves, horns, or antlers.
  • Field points only, no broadheads, no Judos, no blunts.
  • No sights of any type. No markings on riser of bow that could be used to facilitate sighting. No elevated rests.
  • No stabilizers or anything remotely resembling a stabilizer.
  • Fingers, either bare or with glove or tab. Mechanical release aids allowed only for those with arm/hand disability.
  • One finger must touch the arrow when shooting, no string walking.
  • Any arrow is OK for all classes other than Primitive
  • *Primitive Class – Wood bow, backing OK but must be of a natural material (no glass), with wood, cane, or bamboo arrows, plastic nocks are OK.
  • Shooter must maintain contact with stake with foot or other body part through the shot. Violation means a ZERO score.
  • Use of binoculars is acceptable. No range finding devices are allowed.
  • Your first time through the course will determine your score. Shoot the course as many times as you like, but only the first time through the course will count for your score for the day.
  • Any ties in scoring for 1st place will be broken by sudden death shoot down, at the practice range with a target selected or placed by club officers. For this tie-breaker, sudden death is defined as one arrow each until a winner is determined.
  • 1:00 p.m. deadline to start the course if shooting for score. Score card turn in deadline is 2:30 p.m. sharp!

    Courtesy, Safety, and Course Etiquette
  • Please keep shooting groups limited to four shooters. If you have more in your group, please start another group.
  • Please maintain supervision and control of your children (shooting and non-shooting) at all times for the safety of everyone.
  • When searching for arrows that miss a target, please limit your search to not more than five minutes if another group is waiting behind you. You can always come back later and continue your search.
  • Please allow faster groups to “play through.”
  • Please, for the sake of safety, do not nock your arrow until you have reached the shooting stake for your class and you have taken your position to shoot. Mixed groups should shoot from back to front, blue stake first, then the white stake, and finally the red stake.
  • Water will be available on the course. Please dispose of cups and any trash that you carry onto the course in the trash bags/cans provided. Please help keep our club property clean and do not litter.
  • Please do not move any target or shooting stake or remove any brush from around the stake or target. Every competitor should have equal opportunity on the courses, all day long.
  • Please do your best to leave all vegetation in place at shooting stakes and in shooting lanes. The shot should be the same for everyone, all day long.
  • Please keep all pets on a leash and under your immediate control at all times. Please clean up after your pets while visiting our club and properly dispose of any pet related waste. Nobody wants to step in anything.
 
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dutchman

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Good shoot last Sunday. We entertained 83 registered shooters in the heat and humidity of dog days. As far as I am aware, everyone went away satisfied that they'd been adequately challenged as far as the course was concerned.

Thanks to all who played a part in making our year what it was. We'll do it again in January, the Lord willing.
 
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