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Unless modified below, the Federation Rules of Competition mirror the ASA Pro/Am Rules of Competition and apply to all levels of ASA Federation Competition.
A.    All ASA certified clubs are guaranteed a minimum of one (1) Qualifier date.  Clubs requesting dates for Qualifiers or the State Championship must submit their request to their respective State Director.
a.    ASA State Directors will coordinate all club date requests with the Federation Director
b.    ASA State Directors will notify clubs of approved date(s)
B.    Federation State Qualifiers will consist of at least one (1) round of twenty (20) or more individual 3-D targets with individual competitors able to complete their round in one day.  If the club has the facilities and targets to do so, they are encouraged to set half of the targets at unknown distances and half at known distances.
C.    Clubs requesting multiple Qualifier dates will be awarded additional dates after all other clubs’ first date requests have been awarded.
D.    No qualifiers will be scheduled on the same date as any other club within a 100-mile radius of each other, regardless of state.
E.    The host club will list shooters in each class by their order of finish and the host club will post a phone number for the contact person of the host club. The ASA Office will refer callers to the Point of Contact if competitors call the office for information. 
F.    The ASA Office will post a list of archers who have qualified for their respective ASA State Championship on the ASA Web Site. 
A.    There will be one (1) ASA State Championship per year for each state.
B.    Federation State Championships will consist of one (1) round of thirty (30) individual McKenzie 3-D targets.  The tournament will be conducted over a two-day period; however individual competitors will be allowed to complete their competition in one day. This is to allow the maximum number of competitors the opportunity to compete.  The host club will set half of the targets at unknown distances and half at known distances.
C.    ASA approved host club sites will be awarded State Championships on a rotational schedule.  State Directors will be responsible for club site approval.
D.    The host club will list shooters in each class by their order of finish and the host club will post a phone number for the contact person of the host club. The ASA Office will refer callers to the Point of Contact if competitors call the office for information. 
A.    Competitors in all classes (including all youth trophy only classes) must be current members of ASA to participate and to be eligible for trophies and prizes at an ASA State Championship.
B.    All shooters eligible to participate in ASA State Championships will have qualified by shooting in at least one State Qualifier in that state.  Life Members and State Qualifier Byes are exempt. 
C.    ASA members competing in the Eagle Classes, Youth, Elementary & Middle School Pins (trophy only classes) do not have to qualify to shoot in their State Championship and are automatically qualified. All trophy only class competitors will only be eligible at other ASA State Championships if one or more of their parents have qualified and will participate in that other state.
D.    Semi-pros may compete in ASA State Qualifiers and State Championships and qualify for the ASA Classic through the Federation Tour.
E.    ASA Lifetime Members are automatically qualified to compete in any ASA State Championship.
F.    Shooters that qualify for, and compete in, an ASA Federation State Championship will automatically win a berth to the ASA Pro/Am Classic.
A.    McKenzie targets that have 8, 10, and 12 ring scoring areas are recommended for ASA Qualifiers, but are not mandatory. The 12 ring may be the ASA Pro-12 Ring or a ring in the “center” of the 10 ring which is scored as 12.
B.    For ASA State Championship tournaments clubs must have McKenzie targets with the ASA Pro-12 Ring scoring area in the correct location.
A.    Only ASA Certified Clubs, with current ASA liability insurance will be permitted to conduct ASA Federation Tour Qualifiers and State Championships.
B.    Rangefinder use is allowed on known distance targets, so the host club is encouraged to set two (2) ranges of targets for Qualifiers and State Championship where the known distance component is used.  One range for unknown distance and one for known distance.
C.    During Federation Qualifier and State Championship tournaments all classes will follow the same format for known and unknown distance competition as they do in ASA Pro/Ams.  Known distance class competitors will be grouped together and may carry range finders over the entire course.
D.    Start times may be “casual” with shooting groups (arranged by class or otherwise mixed) or “shotgun” with assigned shooting times and stakes. The host club or organization has the right and responsibility to delay or cancel a tournament in case of severe weather. In the event weather shortens the competition, results and awards will be based on a round completed by the class or other fair means decided upon by the host organization’s tournament staff.  The method of determination will be announced prior to dismissal of competitors and any grievances will be filed in the form of a protest.
E.    Clubs will set their own standards for appropriate clothing according to weather, terrain, and accepted club and area standards. ASA Pro/Am clothing guidelines are recommended, but not required.
F.    Prior to the start of competition the host organization will provide shooters with any necessary information particular to the course before they proceed to their first target.
G.    Slower groups must let faster groups pass them to maintain the pace of shooting.  No group may hold up other groups during a tournament.
ASA club and area representatives and state directors have the authority and responsibility to assign a registered shooter to a higher competition class based on knowledge of the competitor’s prior archery performance or experience, or the individual’s established competition level in another organization. ASA Pro/Am and Federation earnings (if known) will be considered.
A.    PROFESSIONAL – These classes may compete at the Federation Tournaments as guest shooters for a nominal fee at the discretion of the club.  Pro competitors may not qualify for the ASA Championship Classic through the Federation Tour.
B.    AMATEUR – These classes are open to shooters who are not otherwise deemed “Professional” by their competition status in the ASA or other archery organization.
C.    YOUTH CLASSES – In the interests of safety and the well being of our youth, all competitors in the Youth and Eagle classes must be able to draw their bow under control and without undue difficulty. If in the opinion of the Range Official the competitor is having difficulty drawing the bow the competitor shall be required to decrease the poundage to allow them to properly draw and shoot the bow regardless of arrow speed
D.    Known and Unknown Distance class formats at the Federation Level will mirror those at the Pro/Am level
A.    Each ASA state may conduct a Shooter of the Year program if they conduct a minimum of six (6) qualifiers.
B.    Competitors must compete in at least 3 of the scheduled qualifiers to be eligible for SOY awards.
C.    The program must include all amateur classes recognized by the ASA. Classes must average at least 3 paying competitors per Qualifier to participate.
D.    The ASA will provide Shooter of the Year plaques at the State Championship.
E.    Points for Shooter of the Year are awarded using the following formula:
50 points for tournament participation
1 point for each competitor you beat
5 points for 1st place, 3 points for 2nd place, 1 point for 3rd place

Competitor places 3rd in a 15 person class:    50 (participate) + 1 (3rd place) + 12 (number shooter beat) = 63
Competitor places 2nd in a 5 person class:    50 (participate) + 3 (2nd place) + 3 (number shooters beat) = 56
Competitor places 1st in a 10 person class:    50 (participate) + 5 (1st place) + 9 (number shooters beat) = 64

The Competition Committee will consist of five (5) members including the ASA Federation and State Director (if present), and additional members appointed by the host club.
A.    Any grievance or protest must be filed in writing with the Competition Committee within one (1) hour of completion of a round, along with a $20 protest fee.
B.    In addition to ruling on grievances submitted by shooters, the committee will establish penalties and sanctions in keeping with the ASA Pro/Am Rules for conduct and repeat rule violations.
C.    The ASA office will not make decisions concerning protests or club competition committee actions during tournaments.  It is the host club’s responsibility to convene a competition committee within the time limits allowed in the ASA Pro/Am Rules and decide upon those issues in a timely manner.



Class Stake Color Max Yds      Speed Limit 
Pro (Guest Only-No Buckle) White 45yds 290fps
Semi-Pro White 45yds 290fps
Men’s Known 50 White 45yds 290 fps
Open A White 45yds 290 fps
Open B White 45yds 290 fps
Men’s Known 45 White 45yds 290 fps
Unlimited White 45yds 290 fps
Senior Open White   45yds 290 fps
Senior Known White 45yds 290 fps
Women’s Open A White 45yds 280 fps
Women’s Known 45 White 45yds 280 fps
Super Senior Red 40yds 280 fps
Hunter Red 40yds 280 fps
Senior Hunter Red 40yds 280 fps
Open C Red 40yds 280 fps
Women’s Open B Red 40yds 280 fps
Women’s Known 40 Red 40yds 280 fps
Senior Masters Red 40yds 280fps
Senior Women Red 40yds 280 fps
Young Adult Red 40yds 280 fps
Cross Bow Red 40yds 330 fps
Women’s Hunter Blue 30yds 260 fps
Bow Novice Blue 30yds 280 fps
High School Pins (9-12) Blue 30yds 260 fps
Traditional Yellow 25yds 280 fps
Youth Boys Blue 30yds 240 fps
Youth Girls Blue 30yds 240 fps
Middle School Pins (6-8) Blue 30yds 240 fps-bow control
Elementary School Pins (3-5) Green 20yds 230 fps-bow control
Senior Eagles Yellow 25yds 230 fps-bow control
Eagles Green 20yds 220 fps-bow control
Junior Eagles Orange 15yds 220 fps-bow control