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2021 EVENTS SCHEDULE

 

 Texas Archery Indoor League (TAIL) details 

Dates for 2021:  1/31 2/28 3/28 4/25 5/30 6/27 7/25 8/29 9/26 10/31 11/28 (TAIL END)


 


January –

TAIL 1/31/21


February –

 

TFAA SYWAT (Feb 14, 2021) Hosted at Texas Archery Academy (use registration link at top of page). Only one day, 13th cancelled.

TAIL 2/28/21


March – (Easter & Good Friday, Spring Break)

TAIL 3/28/21


April – 

2019 SCOUT INVITATIONAL (TBD)

Questions, please contact:  Contact: Paul Durham

TAIL 4/25/21

FITA Competitive Practice  Sundays, Elm Fork Outdoor


May – (Memorial Day, last Monday of month)

TEXANS 900 Tournament (TBD)

LEAGUE (outdoor) – Bowhunter Tune Up  (Fun Shoot) Thursday evenings, start when you get off work – Outdoor survival course with hunting scenarios. Carry 3 arrows only (with hit or miss scoring, bonus points and miss penalties). Barebow get handicap. Players may buy up to two arrows back for misses ($5 mulligan).  The evening costs $10 members, $15 non. Survive the course, participate in $pot shoot down. Earn raffle chance each evening for league prizes (hunts/gear)! (Can be done as a Hagerman Qualifier requirement.- 80% of shots must hit the “vitals” on the target.) Held at TBD outdoor range 5:30pm –

FITA Competitive Practice  Sundays, Elm Fork Outdoor

TAIL 5/30/21


June –

TAIL 6/27/21


July – (July 4th Independence Day)

TAIL 7/25/21

 


August –

TAIL 8/29/21  & Club Rummage Sale (Sunday) TXAA will set up tables in the back room to liquidate some excess equipment, used bows and targets, at bargain prices. Members are invited to clear out their closets of hunting gear/sporting equipment. They keep all sale proceeds. 


September – (Labor Day, 1st Monday)

TAIL 9/26/21 


October –

TAIL 10/31/21


November –

TAIL END 11/28/21

 


December –

NASP Winter Warm-up Tournament (Dec 4th 4pm-7pm; Dec 5th 9am-4pm) separate Bullseye and 3D events.


 


Targets

 

Additionally, we have leagues to participate in. Usually 6 to 10 week formats. Check at your range to see what is being offered.


Competition age divisions

The NFAA and USA Archery have different ways of determining which age division you would compete in. NFAA competitions use your age on the day of competition, while USA Archery uses your age through the end of the calendar year.

NFAA

Participants may compete as a:

  • Cub (under 12)
  • Youth (12–14)
  • Young Adult (15–17)
  • Adult (18–49)
  • Senior (50–59)
  • Silver Senior (60–69)
  • Master Senior (70+)

USA Archery youth classes

Participants may compete as a:

  • “Bowman” through the calendar year of their 12th birthday.
  • “Cub” through the calendar year of their 14th birthday.
  • “Cadet” through the calendar year of their 17th birthday.
  • “Junior” through the calendar year of their 20th birthday.

USA Archery senior and master age classes

Participants may compete as a:

  • “Senior” at any point they wish.
  • “Master 50+” when the competition takes place in the year of their 50th birthday and thereafter.
  • “Master 60+” when the competition takes place in the year of their 60th birthday and thereafter.
  • “Master 70+” when the competition takes place in the year of their 70th birthday and thereafter.

Age division calculator

Enter your birthdate below and see what NFAA and USA Archery age divisions you would enter for a competition today. To see what division you would compete in at a future event, enter a date in the second date field.

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