OzBow archery is designed for the individual as a self improvement system. The objective is to achieve the target qualification score at a distance before moving on to the next distance.

Medals are available for purchase at $6 and/or certificates are available on request. An archers OzBow achievements will be posted on the web site. CLICK HERE for results

Once you have achieved the target scores in the distances of the black band (starts at level 30) many people then move on to club rounds rather than complete the series further out. And you can at any time move on to shooting rounds which start at 30m (the Newcastle round).  You can practice any round at any time or you can shoot on a particular day the club rounds that are listed in the club calendar. All the rounds are listed in your club member’s booklet.

However the OzBow system is a great way for self improvement to progress your archery for the first month or so as a club member, and you are encouraged to obtain a qualification score to distances in the black post band.

Also the OzBow system can be used for social competition with people at different skill levels. Each archer just shoots at the distance for the level they have previously achieved and deducts their qualification score from the total they score on the day and compares that with those they are shooting against. 

  • OzBow archery for self improvement
  • OzBow archery the social way to play a game of archery

Distance

metres

Standard

(distance post colour)

Qualification Score for 30 arrows

Recurve Bow

Compound Bow

10

15

20

25

White -    level 10

  • level 15
  • level 20
  • level 25

120

130

150

160

130

140

160

170

30

35

40

45

Black -    level 30

  • level 35
  • level 40
  • level 45

170

180

190

200

180

190

200

210

50

55

60

65

Blue  -     level 50

  • level 55
  • level 60
  • level 65

210

215

220

225

220

225

230

235

70

Red   -    level 70

230

240