Winter League

 
----------------------Hunter League----------------------
 
 
  • League will be shot on Tuesday and Wednesday nights. The night you shoot depends on participation.
  • We have room for 12 two-man teams on each night. If there is more participation than what we can handle on those two nights a third night of league will be looked into.
  • Scoring will be 10 points for a heart, 7 points for a vital hit, 4 points for a body hit, and 0 points for a miss. You will shoot 1 arrow per shooter at 10 targets three times around for a total of 300. Arrows that touch the line will receive the higher scoring value. Individual handicaps will be established at the end of the 3rd week and will be set at 80%.The team you shoot against will score your arrows on each of the targets. i.e. Team 1 & 2 is shooting against each other, team 1 shoots first and team 2 will score team 1 arrows. Team 2 arrows will be scored by team 1.Since we are scoring each target by the opposing team make up nights will not be allowed.  
  • . You may submit a blank score but with a penalty of 5 points per game with a total of 15 for that night.
  • Any equipment is allowed. Moveable sights, scopes, long stabilizers, any bowhunter equipment. Binoculars are also allowed. Whatever equipment style you start league with you must shoot that same style all the way through the league. Likewise, type of release used must stay with you through out the league, i.e. if you start the league shooting fingers you cannot change to a release and visa versa.
  • Due to the league manager program that is being used to calculate the standings, any equipment failure that is not repairable the night of league will make your score revert to a blank score for the evening. Minus 15 points.League will be a 10-week league .There will be a $30 league fee per shooter.
    ----------------------5-Spot League----------------------
     
     
    • League will be shot on Thursday nights. There is room for 16 single man teams. If there is more participation than what we can handle on Thursday night another night will be looked into.
    • Scoring will be standard NFAA 360 round rules. On the 5 spot scoring face  X will be 6 points, any part of the white spot outside the X but still in the white scoring area will be 5 points, any arrow in the blue rings will score a 4. If you shoot the single spot target it will score as above but will continue to score the remaining rings down to 1. Individual handicaps will be established after the 3rd week and will be set at 80%
    • The game will consist of 2 practice ends of 5 arrows each followed by 4 scoring ends of 5 arrows each to make a game. There are 3 games per match.
    • When scoring arrow needs only to touch the line for the higher scoring value (need not cut the line)
    • Since spot league is a 1-man team scores may be made up at anytime Thursday through Sunday. If you have to shoot an alternate night than Thursday it is required that your scorecard and shot target be submitted for your score to count. If you do not post a score for a given week you will receive a 5-point penalty for each game for a total of 15 for the match.
    • Any equipment is allowed. Binoculars and spotting scopes are allowed.Whatever equipment style you start league with you must shoot that same style all the way through league. Likewise, type of release used must stay with you through out the league, i.e. if you start the league shooting fingers you cannot change to a release and visa versa.League will be a 10-week league .There will be a $30 league fee per shooter. .
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