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Hi my name is Ben, my wife and I have run a pro shop for 16 years. Check us out at Creekwood Archery - You are going to love this target and upcoming tournament. LIFE IS GOOD!

CREEKWOOD ARCHERY
420 $ $ $ TOURNAMENT:

Come and shoot with the PROS.

When is the tournament?: Friday, Saturday & Sunday February 5th, 6th & 7th, 2010.

What are the different divisions?:
Pro division - entry fee $150.00 - Payout 85%
Male and Female Freestyle Divisions
Male and Female Freestyle Limited Divisions
Male and Female Bowhunter Freestyle Divisions
Male and Female Bowhunter Freestyle Limited Divisions
Male and Female Senior (60 & over) Freestyle Divisions
Male and Female Senior (60 & over) Freestyle Limited Divisions
Male and Female Senior (60 & Over) Bowhunter Freestyle Divisions
Male and Female Senior (60 & Over) Bowhunter Freestyle Limited Divisions
All shooting is at 20 yards. NFAA rules apply. Tournament is a total of two
60 arrow rounds or 840 possible points. Shooters will shoot the 5 spot target
only and number the circles in the order they wish to shoot them. Ties will
be broken by score, Inside X's, X's and then on a first out basis.
Amateur division - entry fee $30.00 - Payout 50%
Male and Female Freestyle Divisions
Male and Female Freestyle Limited Divisions
Male and Female Bowhunter Freestyle Divisions
Male and Female Bowhunter Freestyle Limited Divisions
Male and Female Senior (60 & over) Freestyle Divisions
Male and Female Senior (60 & over) Freestyle Limited Divisions
Male and Female Senior (60 & Over) Bowhunter Freestyle Divisions
Male and Female Senior (60 & Over) Bowhunter Freestyle Limited Divisions
All shooting is at 20 yards. NFAA rules apply. Tournament is a total of two
60 arrow rounds or 840 possible points. Shooters will shoot the 5 spot target
only and number the circles in the order they wish to shoot them. Ties will
be broken by score, Inside X's, X's and then on a first out basis.
Youth division (14 & under) - entry fee $20.00 - Payout Trophies
Male and Female Freestyle Divisions
Male and Female Freestyle Limited Divisions
Male and Female Bowhunter Freestyle Limited Divisions
Youths 11 and under shoot at 10 yards and Youths 12 to 14 shoot at 20 yards.
NFAA rules apply. All Youths shoot one 60 arrow round on either a single spot
or 5 spot target.

What are the shooting times? - Youth Division - 4:00 pm on Friday and Saturdays - Pro division and Amateur division - 7:00 pm on Friday, 10:00 am, 1:00 pm, 4:00 pm and 7:00pm on Saturday and on Sunday a 10:00 am and 1:00 pm line. Upper and lower targets will be shot on all lines.

What is a 420 ambassador? - A 420 Ambassador is a person who helps recruit shooters to attend the shoot. On the entry form put down the persons name who told you about the shoot. There will be a prize given. The more that come the better the shoot and the winnings. There will be one or more ambassador awards.

What is a 420 target? - When you register, we will send you some targets. This target, copyrighted by Creekwood Archery in 2008 a 420 TARGET named so because 420 points is the maximum score a archer can achieve. The target is one that keeps challenging the archer no matter what his ability is, and allows him to win even if he has shot an arrow he is not happy with. It is a target which can be shot as a single spot or a five spot target, your choice.
Click HERE for registration form.
Click HERE for Creekwood Archery information.

The five spot 420 target there are 5 scoring circles with 3 scoring rings in each circle: The outer blue ring has a score of 4 points. The arrow must touch the blue ring to score. The shading inside this blue ring has no different scoring value and is only there to draw your attention to the center of the entire target. The grey center has a score of 5 points and the arrow must touch it to score 5 points. The white “X” ring inside the center grey circle has a score of 6 points. The arrow must touch any part of the line making the “X” ring. The last scoring possibility is an Inside “X” which is accomplished by the arrow being inside the line making the white “X” ring without touching it, thus being called an Inside “X” which has a score of 7 points. The "X" ring is smaller than a regular NFAA 5 spot. On the 5 spot, only 1 arrow per scoring circle is allowed. If more than 1 arrow is in a circle the lowest one is counted.
Click HERE for a bigger picture of the five spot.
The single spot 420 target there are 5 scoring rings:
The outer blue ring has a score of 1 point. The arrow must be in or touch the blue ring. The second most outer blue ring including the outer most white ring has a score of 2 points. The arrow must be in the second most outer blue ring or touch the white ring surrounding it. The shading inside this blue ring has no different scoring value and is only there to draw your attention to the center of the entire target. The third most outer blue ring including the outer most white ring has a score of 3 points. The arrow must be in the third most outer blue ring or touch the white ring surrounding it. The shading inside this blue ring has no different scoring value and is only there to draw your attention to the center of the entire target. The inner most blue ring including the white ring outside of it has a score of 4 points. The arrow must be in the inner most blue ring or touch the white ring surrounding it. The shading inside this blue ring has no different scoring value and is only there to draw your attention to the center of the entire target. The grey center has a score of 5 points and the arrow must touch it to score 5 points. The white “X” ring inside the center grey circle has a score of 6 points. The arrow must touch any part of the line making the “X” ring. The last scoring possibility is an Inside “X” which is accomplished by the arrow being inside the line making the white “X” ring without touching it, thus being called an Inside “X” which has a score of 7 points. The "X" ring is smaller than a regular NFAA 5 spot. If more than 5 arrows are shot, your 5 lowest scoring arrows are counted. Click HERE for a bigger picture of the single spot.
The target is shot in three total games consisting of four ends of five arrows each for a total of 60 arrows. Two rounds of practice are shot before the scoring begins. Scoring goes like this: First you call your total number of “X”s including “IX”s, then you call the total number of “IX”s, and then you call the total score (5’s & 4’s for the 5 spot target or 5’s, 4’s, 3’s, 2’s, and 1’s for the single spot target). The addition of those three numbers gives you the score for that end. A perfect end would be 5 “IX” or a total of 35 points. A perfect game would be 20 “IX” or 140 points. A perfect TARGET or 3 games would be 420. LIFE IS GOOD !
At the end of the game you total three numbers. The first one is your total numerical score which can be a at best 300 points (60 arrows times 5 points each). The second number you add in is the total number of “Xs” you shot which can be at best 60 points. And finally the last number you add in is the total number of “Inside Xs” which at best could be another 60 points.
Numerical score 300
Total “Xs” 60
Total “Inside X 60 (Because the “Inside Xs” are counted twice as “Xs” and “Inside Xs”, that’s how they achieve 7 point status.)
420
With the current NFAA 300 score 5 spot or single spot target when a good archer shoots a 4, he knows he can’t win unless all the other good shooters follow suit. With the 420 TARGET a 4 is not the end of your day at all. The best man or women who shots the best that day will be the winner. Everyone says archery is 95% mental and the 420 TARGET is a mentally friendly target, which keeps challenging you no matter what your ability is. As we always say at Creekwood Archery "The FUN PLACE i ARCHERY", "SHOOT 'EM IN THE MIDDLE".
LIFE IS GOOD !
 
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