2016 GBAA STATE TARGET CHAMPIONSHIP
NFAA International Round – Hosted By: Ogeechee Bowmen of Savannah
May 21–22, 2016
- Schedule Both Days: Assembly 8:30 AM, shotgun start 9:00 AM. Assembly 12:30 PM, shotgun start 1:00 PM.
- NFAA or USAA membership is required to shoot for the GBAA State Championship.
- A Guest class is available for NFAA/USAA members outside of state or section or Non NFAA/USAA members. Guests CAN NOT shoot for State Championship.
- NFAA and GBAA memberships can be obtained at the shoot prior to registration.
- There are Two 20 Target Rounds that must be shot for score.
- Both rounds may be shot in One Day (if you make the 8:30 AM assembly pre-registered), or one round each day.
- Please mail pre-registration with your check postmarked by May 14th. You may also complete online registration at by May 18th. The tournament fee will be collected at check in.
- LATE registration available at shoot – minimum 1 hour prior to shooting time – PLEASE
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NFAA International Round
A standard unit consists of three shots each at ten different targets ranging from 20 through 65 yards, in 5-yard increments Also, NFAA youth and cubs shoot at reduced distances. As with the Field and Hunter Rounds, the targets don’t have to be shot in any particular order. In fact, the International Round is usually shot as a roving game on a field course by merely not using the 80-yd and 45-yd walk-ups, the 15-yd target, and the 35-ft walk-up. This round is also ideally suited for a target-type archery tournament in a typical public park setting. Here, the targets are usually shot in ascending order from 20 through 65 yards.
The International Round uses the same 35-cm, 50-cm and 65-cm black faces used in the NFAA/IFAA Hunter Round. The 35-cm face is shot at 20, 25 and 30 yards; the 50-cm face at 35 through 50 yards; and the 65-cm face at 55, 60 and 65 yards. Use of multiple target faces at the shorter distances is encouraged.
Summary of Shooting and Scoring Rules. Three arrows each are shot at the ten targets, yielding a perfect score of 150 for the standard unit. An International Round consists of two, 10-target units (either repeat of one, or two different) for a perfect score of 300.
HERE IS THE LINKS TO THE FORMS