Upcoming Tournaments and Events


  • July 3
    Hamilton Angling & Hunting Assoc.
    IFAA Field Round
  • July 3
    Galt Sportsmen's Club
    Extreme 3D Shoot
  • July 9
    The Archers Of Caledon
    Target Tournament 720 / 900 / T2S Weekend
  • July 9
    Halton Sportsmen's Association
    Halton Sportsman's 3D outdoor tournament
  • July 9
    South Nation Archery Club
    SNAC 2022 4 X 720 WEEKEND DAY 1
  • July 9
    Porcupine Hollow Archery Range
    Host Easton pin down
  • July 10
    South Nation Archery Club
    SNAC 2022 4 X 720 WEEKEND DAY 2
  • July 15
    Archery Canada
    Archery Canada National Championships
  • July 16
    Waterloo County Bowmen
    Two Day Shoot
  • July 16
    Sudbury Game & Fish Protect. Assoc.
    3D Archery Tournament
  • July 17
    Petawawa Archery Club
    3D tournament outdoor
  • July 17
    Tavistock & District Rod & Gun
    3D Open Shoot

Archery Ontario is focused on generating interest and further developing Archery in our province. Our goal is to provide opportunities for our archers to be active, stay active and reach their greatest heights of sport achievement. This goal has been greatly impacted by the ongoing Pandemic, but we as a PSO are doing our best to keep the sport of archery alive in our province.

Inspired by World Archery’s “Beat the Outbreak” competition and Archery Canada’s “Virtual ASA Event”, we have put together a fun virtual indoor event, to provide our archers with weekly challenges to motivate them to get their bows out and shooting again.

Any member of Archery Ontario is invited to participate and share their scores and target image results on the Archery Ontario Facebook page. In addition to this, archers can submit their scores via the google form posted each week. The results will be updated at the end of each week’s challenge to promote some friendly competition and comradery.

Participants that are Archery Ontario members will be eligible for prize draws throughout the virtual tournament series. If archers participate over all 10 weeks, their names will be automatically entered for a Grand Prize Draw.

  • Year membership (2021)
  • Year membership (2021)
  • Archery Ontario T-shirt

Participating archers may shoot the specific weekly target as many times as they choose throughout the week to practice or improve on their score, but please be honest and only officially submit your first rounds score to the google form.

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Archery Ontario Virtual Showdown!

This live virtual event will encompass all categories as a whole. There will not be separate divisions and it will be shot from 5-7 yards. (Taking into consideration of course of space and individual situations). The target face and distance will be determined based on each pair’s situation.

  1. For those who participate consistently for weeks 1-5 will be paired up based on scores to this point. ((If they choose to participate)). We will run a live virtual mini competition between the pairs through zoom!
  2. For those who participate consistently for weeks 5-10 will be paired up based on scores to this point. ((If they choose to participate)). We will run a live virtual mini competition between the pairs through zoom!
  3. At the very end, we will take the top scores and run a virtual showdown, via zoom, to figure out 1st, 2nd and 3rd, collectively, encompassing all categories as a whole.

Archer Categories

  • Male Compound
  • Female Compound
  • Male Recurve
  • Female Recurve
  • Youth – 17 and under

Target Faces

Weekly Breakdown of The Target Faces and Dates for Each Target to be Shot

Date Target Face Instructions 
December 21 - December 27 Target Face 5 Arrows per face. Record your total score. 15 arrows total.
Green – 14 points
Yellow – 12 points
Blue – 10 points
White – 8 points
Black – 0 points
December 28 – January 3 Target Face Score as a normal 5 spot round -- X, 5, 4
**Break the line to score the higher score**
30 Arrows total. Record your total score
January 4 - January 10 Target Face 20 arrows total. Pick your scoring spots, but you many only count each spot one time. Record your total score.
January 11 - January 17 Target Face Score as a normal 3 spot round. X 10,9,8,7,6
**Touch line to score the higher score**
30 arrows total. Record your total score.
January 18 – January 24 Target Face 5 arrows in each target. 25 arrows total.
Cut the line for the higher score.
Red Christmas balls score 5, Tree 1 and Star 2.
Record your total score.
January 25 – January 31 Target Face Must shoot 30 arrows.
5 points for white square minus 5 points for touching black square.
Record your total score.
February 1 – February 7 Target Face Reverse scoring.
Blue – 11
Outer red – 10
Inner red – 9
Outer yellow – 8
Inner yellow 7
Center X – 6
Score lowest ring touched. 3 arrows per target=27 arrow total. Record your total score.
February 8 – February 14 Target Face 3 arrows per cube and only count each little square once. Cut the line to count higher score. 15 arrows total. Record your total score.
February 15 – February 21 Target Face Shoot a maximum of 25 arrows.
Starting at #1. You cannot move on to next # until you have successfully hit the previous # in the sequence.
(For example: if you have to shoot the #2 twice, the best you can score is 24 points.
So each time you miss your number in the sequence, you shoot that number again, but you minus a point from your starting score of 25.)
Record your total score.
February 22 – February 28 Target Face 4 arrows per ring, 48 arrows total. Scores 6,5,4,3,2,1. Touch the line to score the higher point value. Record your total score.