Where to shoot your Bow
  • Indoor Archery all year round

  • Fun shoots

  • League shoots

  • Indoor competition

  • Compete in National indoor events

  • .. or National outdoor events

  • Field, 3D, Target or Indoor archery

 

Every archer must start somewhere. If you want to try archery, contact your local club for an introductory lesson. Or keep a lookout for programs through schools and clubs. Another gopd source is your local archery shop.

 

SHOULD I JOIN AN ARCHERY CLUB?

By joining a club, you gain access to a certified instructor or coach, who can work with you in a group setting. Finding a good coach has been cited by many of the world’s top archers as a major determining factor in success. Adult and youth archers benefit from the instruction offered as part of club membership.

 

Another major advantage to joining a club is consistency: most clubs have a schedule of classes and/or lessons that take place one or more times per week. Classes can be geared toward beginning, intermediate or advanced level archers – or all three. A bonus: archers of all ages tend to form lifelong friendships as part of their archery experience.

 

Club members are almost always encouraged to do what works for them – pursuing archery recreationally or competitively – but competition opportunities are readily available via the club’s instructor or coach, for those who want to try tournaments.

 
WHERE TO FIND AN ARCHERY CLUB
We have clubs in all the provinces. Some specialise in indoor or outdoor archery; while others specialise in field or 3D. Whatever your choice, we should be able to cater for you. Find a club in your province.
 
HOW TO LEARN ABOUT ARCHERY PROGRAMS
Many clubs have archery outreach programs nationwide, some of may be available in your area.
 

WHERE TO FIND AN ARCHERY RANGE

The quickest is to contact your provincial or club secretary in your area.
 
WHERE TO FIND AN ARCHERY COACH
If you’re serious about archery and want to compete, you’ll need a coach or instructor to teach you proper form.

 

 



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