A new section dedicated to profiling the top Professional archers. This week we caught up with Christopher Perkins, the 2015 Lancaster Classic and 2015 First Dakota Classic winner. Get a closer look at Christopher's training and a few of his favorite things.
The NFAA Outdoor National Target Championships will be held on September 25 – 27 in Yankton, South Dakota. This article may help answer some questions you still have about the upcoming tournament.
As September approaches, so will the fall hunting season. We found a couple recipes for you to try out this fall with your game. Includes venison recipes and a turkey recipe.
A new section dedicated to profiling the top Professional archers. This week we caught up with Alex Wifler, the 2015 Vegas Shoot Champion. Get a closer look at how Alex prepares for top level tournaments.
The 51st World Archery Congress was held July 24th - 25th, 2015 in Copenhagen, Denmark where many prestigious awards were received. Bruce Cull, NFAA President, received a silver plaquette.
Kendall Woody is the 2015 National Outdoor Field Professional Men's Freestyle champion. Kendall ended up in a shoot off against Jesse Broadwater. This is Kendall's first big win in the professional division. We wanted to get to know the first time winner, so here's his responses.
A simple game for archers of all ages and skill levels. The main purpose of this activity is to reinforce the archer's form. To find out how to play and what supplies you need to play, read the full post.
Many clubs and shops don’t have regular access to a wooded field course, yet they can still provide a field experience where archers shoot at varying distances. The NFAA has provided guidelines for an indoor field simulation in the form of the Indoor Flint Round.
The NFAA catches up with the Button family, longtime NFAA members, for a quick Q&A. Jeff, a NFAA Senior Pro; Jessica, Adult Female Freestyle & Danny, an up and coming Adult Male Freestyle shooter have become familiar faces at NFAA tournaments.
Chris Perkins maintained he wasn’t nervous as he chased archery history. All he needed to do was record another perfect round Sunday and he would leave Yankton with the sport’s first-ever $1 million prize. “If you get yourself thinking a little bit too much in this game, it really takes a toll on you,” Perkins said after his round Sunday at the First Dakota Classic, a weekend tournament held at the Easton Yankton Archery Complex. “I just tried to keep calm and cool and stuck with my shots.”