THE TROPHY BOWHUNTING CLUB (SA) Inc.
The Trophy Bowhunting Club of SA Inc. (T.B.C.) commenced in 1980 by a small group of people who “wanted somewhere to shoot a bow and arrow”. Since then, T.B.C. Has remained a strong club, at times attaining a membership of over 100 and becoming one of the largest Archery Clubs in South Australia. Our current membership is 150+, and remain a highly respected Archery Club in this State.
The club offers a field archery course, consisting of 20 target butts , set on 35 acres of picturesque hilly terrain. There is also a coaching and practice area that is flat and easily accessable.
In addition to these targets, the club has over forty 3D targets for use in club competition.
The club also has a substantial practice range with all day practice available from ten to thirty meters. Our target facilities offer a wide variety of activities for its members and cater for the majority of equipment levels and types.
- Coaching is available for beginners by appointment only between the hours of 13:00pm and 14:30pm on Sunday’s practice days only, refer to the Calender. To book an appointment please contact our Coaching Coordinator Chris Walker via the email address or his phone number on our "contact us" page.
- A venue where members can practice their archery skills.
- Competitions at club level. T.B.C holds on average 9 Trophy Shoots a year and no matter what your archery ability, gender or age there is a grade to suit every one.
- During the Daylight Saving months, a Wednesday afternoon 3D competition is available for the more experienced archer.
- Fun shoots at T.B.C and at other archery venues.
- Competition at State and at National level is also offered to the more dedicated archer.
- Encourages family participation whether an archer or spectator.
As you can see from the above, T.B.C has a great deal to offer it’s members and it is up to the individual how involved you become.
What is field archery?
A Sport For The Whole Family
Archery is one of the few sporting activities that people of all ages can freely enjoy and not be forced into retirement or become a spectator through the normal ageing process. As a sport it will appeal to all ages from 8 to 80, +/- a few years either way, whatever their ability, providing they can draw a bow suitable to their style and aspirations.
It is one of a small number of sporting activities that allows all family members to compete at the same time and at the same venue but within their own class. A typical shooting session will have juniors shooting at distance’s dependant on age, along side the ladies and men. Within these age groups there are a number of separate disciplines based on a different bow class i.e. long bow, recurve, compound etc.
Although archery is an Olympic sport and is highly competitive it is also at the other end of the scale a sociable sport with every conceivable level of participation in between. Participants find their own level whether it is competitive and/or social and can really enjoy themselves in a true and friendly fashion.
So if your looking for an activity that all the family can participate in or even as an individual, then field archery is for you.