Indoor 3D League has become an integral part of Sandhills Archery Club’s winter activities. Enjoy the winter by shooting Indoor League. Sandhills Archery Club offers leagues for all shooters. We offer 3D League, Traditional 3D League and a 300 League.
MONDAY - 300 League, 7:00pm
TUESDAY - Traditional League is at 6:45pm and Youth 3D League is at 7:45pm
WEDNESDAY - OPEN SHOOTING, 6:30pm-10:00pm, including non-members ($10.00) OPEN SHOOTING IS ONLY AVAILABLE DURING LEAGUE DATES - Starting the week of January 14th.
THURSDAY - Compound 3D League is at 7:00pm and 9:00pm
FRIDAY - Explore Archery 6:45pm-7:30pm, JOAD 7:45pm
Any help (setting up targets, taking them down, selling score cards, etc.) you can give to make the league more successful would be greatly appreciated!
League scoring will be 0, 5, 8, 10 and 12 (the same as the scoring for 3D shoots). This is done to allow archers to compare their performance during league with 3D shoots
League will be designated for Tuesdays and Thursdays. Archers interested in League must sign up before league starts for a specific night and pay for the league up front ($60). There will only be 60 shooters allowed for the Sign-up League. Only those archers signed up will be allowed to shoot at the designated time. All divisions will be supported (Target, Bowhunter, Traditional). Upon payment, 12 score cards will be given to the archer. Only those cards will be used for the archer’s score.
Traditional and Youth League
Traditional League will occur on Tuesday nights at 6:45 PM. The targets will be setup closer than targets are for Compound League. The Youth 3D League will start at 7:45 and is designed for youth ages 10-18. The targets will remain at the closer distance to ensure a more successful league experience. Archers must register and pay upfront ($60). The scores in Traditional and Youth Leagues will be recorded separately from the other divisions/classes.
Who: Youth archers ages 8-20
Where: Sandhills Archery Club
When: Fridays starting January 18th at 6:45pm-7:30pm for 7 weeks
How much: $8.00 a night or pay in advance the first night for a discount $45.00
What: This program is designed for a beginner-intermediate archer that is interested in archery for recreation instead of competition. Sandhills is requiring that a Beginners Archery Class or a Ready, Set, Shoot Course be taken before enrolling in our Explore Archery Program. Explore Archery will be taught by USA Archery Certified Instructors. The focus of the Explore Archery Program is to introduce youth to the Steps of Shooting through learning skills, practicing skills with drills and games. If the child exhibits the willingness to practice the skill, they earn a medallion for mastering that skill for display on a provided chain. The youth is not required to provide their own equipment but they are more than welcome to bring their own equipment for personal use. There are NO requirements to hold a current membership to USA Archery, NFAA or ASA.
Pre-registration is required, please follow link: https://form.jotform.com/83546938300157
Who: Archers ages 8-20
Where: Sandhills Archery Club
When: Friday nights starting January 18th for 10 weeks 7:45pm-9:05pm
How much: $100 for 10 weeks fees MUST be paid at the beginning of 1st night or youth may not shoot. Current USA Archery Membership is required.
What: Sandhills is changing up their current format for their JOAD Team starting the winter of 2019. JOAD will be administered by Level II or higher USA Certified Instructors. JOAD moves from a recreational shooter to an intermediate-advanced level shooter interested in competition. We will delve deeper into the Steps of Shooting focusing on different steps each session with practice through specific skills and drills. We will work on affirmations, mental management, journaling, distraction training, and some equipment setup/repair instruction. As the archer progresses, they will have the opportunity to shoot for predetermined scores based on a matrix set forth by USA Archery. Once they achieve a specific score, they will earn a pin to place on a lanyard that can be worn on their hip quiver. Once they have achieved all their lanyard pins, they will have the opportunity to shoot for their bronze, silver and gold Olympian Pins. A Beginner Archery course is required for JOAD and the archer must have their own equipment. The archer must also hold a current USA Archery, NFAA or ASA membership to participate.
Week 1 Stance/Transfer to Holding
Week 2 -Nock/Hook and Grip/Transfer to Holding
Week 3 -Posture and Alignment/Set-up/Transfer to Holding
Week 4 -Draw to loading/Anchor/Transfer to Holding
Week 5 -Expand and Aim/Release and Follow Through/Transfer to Holding
Week 6 -All Steps
Week 7 -Pin Shoot
Week 8 -All Steps/Equipment setup
Week 9 -Pin Shoot
Week 10 -Team Tournament/Potluck
Week 11 State Shoot in Grand Forks (300)
Preregistration is required follow link: https://form.jotform.com/83546450775162