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"
2103 Team Realtree Shoot Off Winners
Kevin Koch (Men’s Pro) wins a Full Range of all the 2013 McKenzie Pro/Am Tour targets shipped directly to him after he came with-in 1 ¾ “ of the center one inch dot on the McKenzie Caribou.
Greg Moyer (Open B) came in second winning a Hoyt Bow with a shot 2 7/8“ from the dot.
Colin Boothe (Senior Pro) finished third getting a Mathews Bow with his shot of 6 7/8” from the dot.
Matt Meeks (Open B) finishing fourth wins a Limb Saver package when his arrow hit 9 7/8” from the dot.
Tyler Marlow rounded out the winners coming in fifth winning a Nikon package with a shot that was 11 5/8” from the dot.
Congratulations to all for a great long shot event.