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Club Handbook

USA Archery is pleased to offer this revised edition of the USA Archery Club Handbook. The Club Handbook is designed to help guide Junior Olympic Archery Development, Collegiate Archery Program,and Adult Archery Program club administrators and instructors to manage their Club programs and events.


Event Reference Guidebook

Our USA Archery Event Reference Guidebook has everything you need to know for your first USA Archery event, and is a great quick refresher if you've competed before.


Adaptive Archery Manual

The Disabled Sports USA Adaptive Archery Manual, created in partnership with USA Archery, should serve as a supplement to the existing USA Archery Level 1 Archery Instructor Certification course so that instructors may safely teach archery to students of all ages and abilities. This manual is designed to show you how simple it is to integrate adaptive archers into your current archery program.


Additional club resources

Club and Range Development Resources

Additional club resources include:

Archery Safety Information

With archery participation rising in popularity among youths and adults, the question “How safe is archery?” becomes even more important when considering the sport. Archery is not only a sport for people of all ages, sizes and skill levels, it’s also one of the safest when, comparing its statistics to those of other mainstream sports.

Community Archery Park Guide

The Archery Park Guide is a detailed blueprint for parks and recreation agencies looking to build an archery park in their community. From site plans and recommendations to input from those who have already built parks, this guide features a broad offering of useful information. There are even case studies and information on risk management along with a breakdown of each park’s amenities and costs. From big to small and everything in between, you’ll find what you’re looking for!

Easton Sports Development Foundations’ Archery Facility Planning Guide

This guide provides sample designs and general information for those who wish to develop an Archery Facility regardless of the size or complexity, as well as basic functional and design factors for local architects and engineers. Each feature includes a graphic, plan and narrative.

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Resource Guide for Obtaining Non-Profit Status

“The Business of Being an Archery Club” is written to help assist you with a few of the more common questions that you may face and your club starts and expands.

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