High Impact Archery 3D Challenge
ISE 2018 Tour
- Denver, CO -- January 11-14, Colorado Convention Center
- Salt Lake City, UT -- March 15-18, South Towne Expo Center (Sandy)
- Scottsdale, AZ -- March 22-25, WestWorld of Scottsdale
The giant range features three-dimensional (3D) targets that pop up and move. Result? High-pressure, fast-moving rounds for participants and exciting, spectator-friendly event.
The unique handicapping system gives virtually every shooter the same chance to win.
- Men’s Division: 1st--$500; 2nd--$300; 3rd--$200; 4th--$100.
- Women’s Division: 1st--$300; 2nd--$200; 3rd--$100; 4th--$50 (NOTE: if more than 16 women compete in finals, prize money will be same as for Men’s Division)
PLUS...Sunday's Last Chance Contest hosted by a local archery shop. Sunday's event is open to all non-prize winners from Saturday.
Once you purchase your ticket to the show, go to the range. Register for the contest at the range: $40, which includes a special wristband for show re-entry, two practice rounds of five arrows each, and one qualifying round of 10 arrows.
Requalifying is $10 for 10 arrows, and $5 for each extra practice round.
Days & Times:
- Shooter may qualify or practice from the opening of the show on Thursday until approx. 1pm on Saturday
- The shooter tries to shoot a score high enough to qualify in the top 32 in his or her division
- At 1pm on Saturday, the Score Board will be built of the top shooters and final shoot-off will begin
- NOTE: There is no youth division or age restriction, but every shooter must be able to shoot 40 yards
- Modern bows pulling a maximum weight of 70lbs
- Field points only
- Shooter can have as many pins as they would like on their sight
- Binos are allowed
- Range finders are not allowed
- IBO scoring will be used: 12-10-8-5-0
- Ties are broken by 12s, then 10s and so on
- Arrows must stick in the target to score
- During qualification rounds, the system will be set at “qualifying speed”
- All practice shooters will also shoot at "qualifying speed
- Each shooter will be handicapped based on his or her qualification score, as follows:
- The shooter who shoots the high score in his or her division establishes the handicap
- Any shooter within 10 points of the top qualifier will shoot at "pro speed" (approx. twice as fast as the qualifying speed)
- Any shooter within 10 points of the 32nd qualifier will shoot at the "qualifying speed"
- The remainder of the group will shoot at "intermediate speed"
- In first round of Finals, Shooter #1 will shoot against shooter #32, shooter #2 vs shooter #31, and so on
- This is a single-elimination event--you move on only if you win
- During Finals, if shooter scores high enough to enter another speed bracket, shooter will move up and stay in higher bracket