Straight N Arrow Archery, Phoenix
first “Iron Archer” 600 round was a success by introducing
tournament play to many and providing valuable indoor tournament
experience to all. For 1/3 of the archers, it was their first FITA
style tournament . The
Straight N Arrow Archery range was full with 24 archers shooting in
two lines at 18 meters.
Three JOAD clubs were represented. Precision Shooters JOAD
at PSE Tucson had three JOADs. The Mesa Targeteers at
Archery Headquarters were represented by five JOADs. Six JOADs were
from Straight N Arrow.
event is registered with the NAA for qualifying score eligibility
that apply to the 2005 US World Indoor Team Trials. NAA
One archer achieved a qualifying
two best 600 rounds out of
three will determine who will take part in the
overall compound and overall recurve Round Robin matches that
will determine the “2005 Iron Archer”.
of the JOADs are focusing on the World Archery Festival in Las
inaugural Arizona JOAD Team competition at the Vegas Shoot looks to
be very exciting.
last minute interest in competing was overwhelming, which delayed
the start of competition by 20 minutes. Straight
N Arrow Archery owners Todd and Sammie Hulm gave up their spots so
others could take part.
Typical for JOAD events and first
timers, scorecards and addition needed correction. Several shorted
themselves several points.
Please thank the gang at Straight N
Arrow for dedicating four Saturdays for the Iron Archer!
series registration is full, there is a waiting list.
9:30-10:30 Registration and
12:23 Equipment Failure (Arrow) One
arrow shot after line returns from scoring)
12:40 Mid way break
2:10 End of 600 Round
2:30 Scorecards turned in
2:30-3:00 Take down and depart.