Outdoor Tournaments

Outdoor Events in the Northern Region take place between the months of May through September. Outdoor events are not as frequent as indoor events due to the limited number of venues.

Most Outdoor events last a minimum of two days with participants required to shoot both days. Outdoor Nationals can last as many as 5 days if participant competes in all available events.


2017 Outdoor Tournaments


2017 Double 900

May 13th & 14th—Westerville, Ohio


Hyatt Place Columbus/Dublin  star rating
2 Nights, 1 Room

Friday, May 12, 2017 (03:00 PM)


Sunday, May 14, 2017  (12:00 PM)

Hotel Address: 6161 Parkcenter Circle
Dublin OH, 43017, United States
Hotel Phone Number: 614-799-1913

Includes a T-SHIRT as Well!

Hosted by Ace Archers of Columbus, Ohio

We encourage you to share information from this registration packet with your fellow archers.

All Out-of-State competitors will compete as In-state. There is no Visitors Division.  This is to increase the competition level.

Tournament Contacts & Information:

Tournament Director:        Chris Worthen: 614-519-3994       Acearchers1@Gmail.com

Registration Information:

Adults, JOAD Divisions:

$70 US if postmarked by midnight May 10, 2017 for Individuals, $160 for Family (3 or more)

$90 US if postmarked after May 10, 2017 for Individuals, $200 for Family

A separate registration form is required for each participant.

Registration Fee:

Make check payable to: Ace Archers

Mail to:

Ace Archers

752 N State St #237

Westerville, OH 43082


Registration is also available online at acearchers.org

Event Format & Awards:

Divisions: Adult (M+70, M+60, M+50, Senior), Collegiate, JOAD (Junior, Cadet, Cub, Bowman, Yeoman), and NASP Divisions (Middle School, High School)

Dress Code:NAA Dress Code will be enforced for Tournament Competition, per NAA rules.


11:00–11:45 a.m.  Official Practice

12:00 noon – Scoring all 3 distances, 30 arrows each

9:00–9:45 a.m. Official Practice

10:00 a.m. – Scoring all 3 distances, 30 arrows each

Tournament Site:

Westerville Sports Complex
325 N Cleveland Ave
Westerville, OH 43082

June 3rd & 4th – MAA Outdoor 420 (S) Saginaw Field & Stream

Saginaw Field & Stream Club

1296 N. Gleaner R, Saginaw, Michigan 48609
 Call to schedule a line time for Saturday

Tournament and Registration Chair
Rob Komyathy
7066 Albosta
Sagniaw, MI 48609


June 17th and 18th – SAM Outdoor (S) LC&SA Brighton MI

Livingston Conservation & Sports Association, 8532 McClements Road, Brighton, MI 48114
SAM Outdoor State Championship Tournament Fees:
Adults & Juniors $35.00
Cadet, Cub, Bowmen, Yeoman $25.00
Late fee of $10 will be charged if mailed after June 1, 2017 and a $20 late fee to pay day of shoot.
Please post this flier at your Club for interested shooters. Early registration is encouraged.
For the State Championships, please register by mail.  Also, pre-payment guarantees registration. Make checks payable to “SAM”.    Please include your email address for confirmation.
Mail registration with payment to Kim Fracalossi PO BOX 226 Carleton, MI 48117
If you have any questions, please contact:  Kim Fracalossi   734.516.8354 After April 5 please. No calls 9pm and 9am Email: societyarcherymichigan@gmail.com
Equipment: FITA equipment rules and dress code will be enforced.  Recurve division does not allow release aid, level, peep sight or optic sights. The compound bow division is limited to a 60 lb. draw weight.
Please note- Genesis compound bows are NOT BAREBOW. They are considered compound bows for this shoot.
USAA Dress Code:

July 15th & 16th – SAM Single Distance – WMAC Grand Rapids MI


U.S. National Target Championships and JOAD Nationals

August 2 – 6, 2017 in Westfield, Indiana

Outdoor Nationals is actually two events that are held at the same location during the same week: the U.S. National Target Championships and the JOAD National Championships

The U.S. National Target Championships consists of a double 72 arrow round, shot over two days, and head-to-head match-play (elimination rounds) shot on the third day.

The JOAD National Championships is a youth event for archers who are part of a Junior Olympic Archery Development Program (JOAD) Club. The JOAD National Championships consists of a double 72 arrow qualification round, shot over two days; team rounds; and head-to-head matchplay (elimination rounds).

Additional Events and Premium Seating

In addition to the excitement of target competition, USA Archery offers several fun events you can register for while signing up for your shooting event.

Welcome Reception

Start your Outdoor Nationals week with some fun! Dinner, music, and a meet and greet autograph session with the top U.S. archers.

>> Purchase Welcome Reception Tickets

Clout Round

This pre-register only event puts a modern twist on an ancient form of archery and is a ton of fun!

Premium Seating

Premium seating grants access to tented seating behind the archers’ area for convenience and prime views of the competition. Coaches have access to this area with the purchase of a coach credential.

>> Purchase Premium Seating

Hotel Information

USA Archery has blocked rooms in over 25 hotels in the Hamilton County area.  As a USA Archery member, you will receive a reduced rate when you book through this link.

>> Hotel Reservation Information

Visitor Information

While you are in Hamilton County there are dozens of things to do and see.  Here is a list of some amazing and interesting things to do in your “off” time!

> Find out more to do


August 5th and 6th – Games of America (N) WMAC Grand Rapids MI


Stephen Best
Email: StateGames@wmarchery.org


West Michigan Archery Center
3500 Ten Mile Rd.
Rockford, MI
[View Map]


August 4-6, 2017


Entry fees cover the cost of both the 2-day FITA round AND the Team rounds. There is no single item fee for those not wishing to participate in the FITA only.

$40 for JOAD archers (Yoeman-Junior categories) with registration by June 1st
$45 for JOAD archers after June 1st, 2017.

$50 for adult divisions archers by June 1st
$60 for adult division archers after June 1st, 2017.
(price is subject to a $3.00 convenience fee)



Yoeman (archers who are currently 8 and under, or will turn 9 during the 2017 calendar year)
Bowman (archers who will turn 10, 11, or 12 during the 2017 calendar year)
Cub (archers who will turn 13 or 14 during the 2017 calendar year)
Cadet (archers who will turn 15, 16, or 17 during the 2017 calendar year)
Junior (archers who will turn 18, 19, or 20 during the 2017 calendar year)
Master 50+
Master 60+
Master 70+
AR, AR1, AR2 AND AR3 (various disabled categories)

Bow divisions include Barebow, Recurve, Compound, Compound with fingers, and Bowhunter


To download the Outdoor Target Archery competition announcement and target distances, click here 


2017 State Games of America bronze, silver and gold medals will be given in each category/division

August 12th and 13th – MAA 900 (S)  Saginaw Field & Stream

August 19th and 20th – Duel in The Corn  ( R ) OHIO

September 9th and 10th – Fall Classic (L) Lansing MI