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February 2015 News Letter

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February 2015 News Letter

GBAA State & South Eastern Indoor Championships


We Are getting closer to this event. Be sure  you get in Early Registration is open HERE


2015 Indoor



Hosted By: Champions Made From Adversity (CMFA) / WarHeads Archery Club

February 28 – March 1, 2015

Schedule: Saturday: 9:00 AM, 1:00 PM and 5:00 PM.

Sunday: 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM. Assembly 15 min. prior to each starting time.

There are two 60 arrow rounds / NFAA 300 round.

Both rounds must be shot for championship.

NFAA or USAA membership is required to shoot for either Championship.

GBAA or GAA membership is required to shoot for the Georgia 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 or Sectional Championships. NFAA and GBAA memberships can be obtained at the shoot prior to registration.

Please mail pre-registration with your check, postmarked by February 21st. You may also complete online registration by February 25th.
NOTE – The GBAA website is established for online registration of State tournaments, however; registration for the SE Sectional will be accepted with your registration for the State tournament by indicating your desire to shoot both tournaments (via comments field). SE Sectional shooting styles, if different from the State, need to be entered into comments field also.
The tournament fee for registrations made online will be collected at check in.
LATE registration will be available at the shoot – minimum 1 hour prior to shoot time!!!


GBAA 2015 State Indoor/SE Indoor


2015 GBAA State & South Eastern Indoor Championships


2015 GBAA State & South Eastern Indoor Championships

Hosting Club:  CMFA/WARHEADS

Range Location:  Garrett Gym

1100 Eisenhower Drive

Augusta, GA.  30904

Tournament Dates:

February 28 & March 1, 2015/Saturday & Sunday 

Tournament Schedule:

Saturday:  9:00 AM, 1:00 PM, & 5:00 PM

Sunday:  9:00 AM & 1:00 PM

Assembly:  15 minutes prior to each starting line

Open practice Saturday and Sunday is at 8:00 AM, and between rounds.

No Practice on Friday!

Directions To Range:

Georgia I-20 exit 199, Drive east 1.6 miles and turn left on to Eisenhower Drive.

Garrett Gym is on the right.


Numerous hotel/motels and restaurants located at Georgia I-20 exit 199.


Petersburg Campground on Storm Thurmond Lake/Clarks Hill

(Lake is about 40 minutes north of the shoot)


Call:  1-877-444-6777


Additional INFO & Contacts:

Jenny Baldowski:  706-284-1476, or Tom Boots:  706-799-8457.



Registration Online & Paperwork





By Laws

The purpose of the GBAA, as defined in the Constitution and Bylaws, is: (1) To unite field archery clubs and shops in the state of Georgia into one organized unit that will work uniformly and effectively in providing for the development of the sport of archery in conformance with the will of a majority of the membership. (2) To provide the basic plan by which individual archers can organize into a club that becomes part of the State Association, in order to regulate and administer the sport within Georgia. (3)
To provide affiliation with the National Field Archery Association (NFAA). (4) To foster, expand, promote and perpetuate the practice of field archery and any other archery games as the GBAA may adopt and enforce uniform rules, regulations, procedures, conditions, and methods of playing such games. (5) To encourage the use of the bow in the hunting of all legal game birds and animals, and to protect, improve, and increase the sport of hunting with a bow and arrow. (6) To conduct a continuous educational program designed to acquaint the public and the archer with the use of the bow as a recreation and a weapon suitable for the hunting of legal game. (7) To conduct tournaments to determine State champions in all archery games adopted by the GBAA and to provide sanctions for tournaments. (8) To develop programs dedicated to the conservation and preservation of game and its natural habitat, and to cooperate with the federal and state agencies and sportsman and conservation organizations also dedicated to this purpose. (9) To cooperate with other archery associations to foster and perpetuate the use of the bow in accordance with its ancient and honorable traditions. (10) To foster and perpetuate a spirit of good fellowship and sportsmanship among all archers. (11) To evolve and conduct programs that will give recognition to archers for proficiency with the bow and arrow in all sanctioned competition and hunting accomplishments. (12) To regularly inform each member, in good standing, as to the major problems and issues affecting the sport of archery and hunting with bow and arrow, and/or to the action proposed or taken in order that the membership may make its will known to their duly elected representatives.

For the Full By Laws CLICK HERE

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Welcome to the Website of the Georgia Bowhunter & Archery Association, GBAA.

We are affiliated with the National Field Archery Association, NFAA; a national archery organization since 1939.That’s 75 years of promoting Field archery and bow-hunting nationwide!
The GBAA promotes numerous shooting styles including freestyle, freestyle limited, barebow, competitive bowhunter, bowhunter freestyle, freestyle limited, recurve, and traditional. GBAA competition divisions include Cub, Youth, Young Adult, Adult, Senior, Silver Senior, Master Senior and Professional. Several tournaments—indoor, field, target, marked 3D, and unmarked 3D­—are hosted each year, and draw archers from across the Southeast.
Interest in archery is growing across the country. New archers are looking for a place to shoot and learn more about the sport. Archers who put their bows down, for different reasons, are picking them up again. All these people, young and not so young, are looking to connect with a club! Send us your club information so non-members can find you. Send us your club name, location, mailing address and web address/email information to put on the GBAA web site. We can add a link to your website or Facebook. Also include the date and time of your club meetings or club activity so we can help new archers find a home.






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