Mid Wisconsin 3D Archery Challenge

Mid Wisconsin 3D Challenge

NOTICE: The scramble Friday, Feb. 24, is cancelled due to inclement weather. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Join us for the second annual Mid-Wisconsin 3D Archery Challenge, hosted by Broken Arrow Archery and Antlers Archery.

Championship
February 25, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. @ Antlers Archery
$30 unlimited, $25 hunter, $20 women and juniors
Scramble: February 24, 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. lines; $30 unlimited, $20 hunter

Shoot Times:
9 a.m. – Women
11 a.m. – Men’s Hunter
1 p.m. – Open/Unlimited

Shooters should be on the line, ready to shoot at their assigned times. Please arrive 30 minutes early to register and warm up.

All classes will also feature a consolation bracket.

Click here for scores from the qualifying tournament

 

Rules & Regulations:

Click here to download printable rules and regulations

Classes and Equipment

  • Unlimited: Men, no restrictions on equipment, lenses allowed.
  • Men’s Hunter: Equipment must be what shooter hunts with. No lenses. Tournament judges will have final ruling on any questionable equipment.
  • Women’s and Youth classes have no restrictions on equipment.
  • Youth are male and female shooters age 15 and younger.
  • Shooters may shoot in only one class.

Entry Fees

  • Unlimited: $30 for each qualifying tournament and championship
  • Men’s Hunter: $25 for each qualifying tournament and championship
  • Women: $20 for each qualifying tournament and championship
  • Youth: $20 for each qualifying tournament and championship

Prizes

  • Payouts will be determined by number of shooters in each class.
  • Prizes will include a 50 percent payout to top adult finishers and trophies to top youth finishers.

Tournament regulations

  • Shooters may register on the day of the shoot. Hours for each location will be 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday.
  • All shooters who complete both qualifying tournaments will shoot in the championship tournament.
  • Each site will provide scorers; shooters will not be allowed to score their own rounds or write on their scorecards.
  • Tournament will be marked yardage. Range finders are allowed.
  • 14-rings will be counted only in the championship tournament.
  • Shooters will have 30 minutes to repair any mechanical failures before being disqualified.
  • In the event of a tie for first place in any class, shooters will shoot one target. The shooter who gets closest to the center of the 12-ring will be the winner.
  • Scores from both qualifying tournaments will be averaged to place shooters in their flight (bracket) for the championship tournament.

Scramble regulations

  • Scrambles will be two-man, bring-your-partner and lines will run at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. on the Friday night of each leg of the tournament.
  • Registration for the scramble will be $30 per person for open and $20 per person for hunter, and registration will close an hour before each line. Pre-registration will be available by calling the tournament locations prior to the scramble.
  • In the event of a tie, shooters will shoot at a five-spot target. The arrow closest to the X will win the tie and the lower score will take the next place.