Archery Tag and Archery Combo
Save money and travelling time by combining these two great archery options.
Registration and Briefing is followed by 1 hour of traditional archery including practice time and highest score competitions.
Equipment provided: Polaris bows and a range of field targets
This is an exciting new adrenalin game, mixing archery and dodgeball together, where players get the chance to shoot each other with specially designed arrows.
It is a strategy game. Get the scoring sequence wrong and you may hit all the cones and end the game, but the opposition could outscore you.
Two teams of equal players face off across a purpose built field layout.
Each team has 5 specially designed bunkers made by 5 target cones that are placed in front of each bunker, each holding a ball.
There are several objectives to the game.
The scoring is very simple! You will get 30 points for an eliminated player and 50 points for a targeted cone. Each game will last for up to 10 minutes, where the scores are added and the teams swap ends.
There are two umpires each responsible for a half zone of the field. The two teams are separated by a red zone, that no one can shoot from within. If a player catches an arrow, they can bring one of their eliminated players back in to the game.
The game ends when either, all team members are eliminated, all 5 cones have been hit or time runs out. The umpires have a scorecard for each game and will record the points.
A match is made up of 5 games. If there are numerous teams, then it is run as matches where the winning team moves through to the next round, so there will be an eventual winner.
All players start on the baseline. On the whistle all players run forward to retrieve their bow and arrows, from the red zone
No one can shoot in the red zone where the bows and arrows are placed. Each player grabs the equipment and retreats to their arena area. It is then game on.
Minimum group size of 10 people
Minimum age is 16 years old
Equipment provided Each player will get:
- Bow Arrows
- Arm Guard
- Finger guard
- Protective goggles
You just need to bring good outdoor shoes.
Groups are required to arrive 30 minutes early for registration and safety briefing