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1.      All 45 yard classes are rolled back to the 280 fps arrow speed rule.
2.      Shooters are only allowed to let-down twice. They will receive a score of Zero for a third let-down.
3.      Use of magnification and light in scoring.
 New classes are:
4.      Men’s:   Known Pro (Known 50 is now all amateur), Super Senior Known, Men’s Known 40 (Men’s Open C is now half known & half unknown) and Men’s Hunter Elite (replaces Men’s Unlimited).
Women’s:  Women’s Senior Known, Women’s Hunter Elite and Women’s Traditional.

5.  NEW High School, Middle School and Elementary School Arrow Rule:  For ALL school classes (High, Middle & Elem) the maximum diameter of arrow shafts will not exceed 9.3mm or .366", and the field or glue-in point for these arrows will have a maximum diameter of 9.4mm or .370"

Scoring ASA 3D Targets

  • Delta McKenzie Targets
  • Easton Archery
  • Hoyt Archery
  • Mathews Archery
  • Truball
  • Realtree
  • Leupold Optics
  • New Breed Archery
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T.R.U. Ball & Prime G-5 Pro/Am

Tournament Schedule

May 30 - June 2, 2013

Laurel County Fairgrounds, London, KY



8:00AM - 5 PM              Registration / Practice Facilities open

12:30 PM                      Kentucky Scholastic 3-D Championship – Orientation & Safety Meeting

1:00PM                         Kentucky Scholastic 3-D Championship


8:00 AM                       Registration / Practice Facilities open

8 AM – 5 PM                 Limb Saver Known Distance – Tee-times

1:00 PM                       Mathews Genuine Bow Strings Team Shoot   

2:00 PM                       Special – Youth / Young Adult Pins - First Round competition

6:00 PM                        Registration & Facilities close


6:30 AM                        Registration / Practice Facilities open

7:30 AM                        Safety Meeting – All morning classes

7:30 AM                        All Eagle Classes – Safety Meeting & competition round.

8:00 AM                        First Round – Trad, Open C, Bow Novice, Youth & YA Pins, Crossbow

8 AM – 5 PM                 Limb Saver Known Distance – Tee-times

9:30 AM                        Safety Meeting – All Pro Classes & Semi-Pro

10:00 AM                      First Round - Shotgun Start - All Pro Classes & Known 50  

10:30 AM                      Safety Meeting – 11AM Classes

11:00 AM                      First Round - Shotgun Start – 11AM Classes

11:30 AM                      Safety Meeting - All Noon classes

11:30 AM                      Future Champions ASA Coaching Clinic

3:00 PM                        Second Round – Open C, Bow Novice, Crossbow, Youth & YA Pins 

3:00 PM                        ASA Future Champions - Pro Session

4:00 PM                       Awards Ceremony – All Eagle Classes, & Traditional

4:30 PM                       McKenzie Carbon Block Speed Shoot - Register on Friday.

6:00 PM                        Facilities close


6:30 AM                        C.B.A. Sunrise Services / Practice facilities open

7:45 AM                        All morning competitors at their stake

8:00 AM                        Second Round - Morning Shotgun Start                        

8AM – 10AM                 Limb Saver Known Distance – Tee-times

12:30 PM                      Awards Ceremony - All amateur classes

1:00 PM                       “Pro Pressure Point” ShootDown

                                    Brunton Bonus Round – Unlimited & Open B

2:30 PM                        Facilities close – See you in Metropolis June 28 – 30!


To all of our Spectators, Guests, and Archery Enthusiasts:  Spectators are always welcome to visit the ranges after the range officials have signaled for the competition to begin. The ranges are designed to be spectator friendly, and we appreciate your compliance with the following reminders: 

  1. Spectators are not allowed on the ranges prior to the range official’s signal to start  shooting.
  2. Refrain from conversations that could interfere with the shooters’ concentration.
  3. No pets will be permitted to walk on the ranges.  
  4. Cell phones and other electronic devices should be turned off to avoid disturbing competitors.
  5. Coaching is not permitted during competition.
  6. Range finders are not permitted.

The use of cameras and video equipment must be approved and will be monitored (no flash equipment may be used to avoid distracting the shooters.)