Our Archery Fundamentals course is part of our Boost Archery series designed to give archers more information on technique, equipment and competitions.
The Archery Fundamentals course focuses on technique, whether you are getting back into archery after a break or just looking to iron out issues with your technique our archery fundamentals course is for you.
We will cover the main areas that make a good shot;
- Follow Through
Getting these fundamental parts of the technique sorted will make shooting easier and help you to improve your scores.
The course is held over 3 x 2 hour sessions and costs just £45.
Have any questions? Feel free to get in touch.
Our Archery Fundamentals Course is run at Windmill Leisure Golf & Activity Centre, Henfield Road, BS36 2FE, which has an excellent covered shooting area.
Toilet and bar facilities are available at the main club house.
The club will provide you with all the necessary archery and safety equipment so all you need to think about is your personal comfort. Courses are run outdoors and we are at the mercy of the British weather so please make sure that you dress appropriately, please bear in mind the following; you need – warm clothing (nothing too baggy) and a bottle of water are really useful and if you’re lucky enough to catch the good weather remember to bring sun cream.
Purchasing your own bow is a big decision not to be taken lightly and we discourage new members from buying equipment until they have completed the course, you need to have some experience before you can properly select the best equipment to suit your shooting style.
Archery is a wonderfully adaptable sport and we are able to cater to almost everyone, if you have a disability or require any additional assistance you must let us know in advance of the course. We cannot guarantee that we will be able to successfully adapt our sessions if we are not informed of requirements in advance.
The venue is fully accessible. The targets are on wood chippings so it may be difficult when wet to navigate a wheelchair, an instructor can collect the arrows if required.
There is a disabled toilet in the main clubhouse.
If you have any further questions feel free to get in touch.
Terms & Conditions
Participants MUST NOT come to the Archery Range if they show symptoms of any illness but in particular of Covid-19. These are highlighted on NHS Direct and include:
- A high temperature – this means you feel hot to touch on your chest or back (you do not need to measure your temperature)
- A new, continuous cough – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual)
- A loss or change to your sense of smell or taste – this means you’ve noticed you cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different to normal
If you are symptomatic, living in a household with a possible COVID-19 the guidance is that you should remain at home.
Archers must notify the club should they develop symptoms after attending the archery range.
If you cancel your course more than 28 days prior to the start of the course we will charge a £5 administration fee on a refund, more than 14 days prior to the start of the course we will refund 50% of the course fee, unfortunately we are not able to refund the cost of courses cancelled with less than 14 days notice, if we are given more than 14 days notice it may be possible to transfer you to another available course. If you have used voucher code during your initial booking and this code is not valid for the course you are transferred onto you will be required to pay the difference.
A substitute who meets the criteria for the course can be named at any time before the course.
Fitness and Risks
All participants must declare their fitness, existing injuries and/or any medical or other conditions. If you do not inform us in advance we may not have the staffing levels or facilities ready for you – so you may not be able to take part / shoot even if you have booked and paid.
All participants must confirm that: a) they will pay attention to the safety briefing at the start of the event regarding the risks involved; in the event that they miss the briefing it is their responsibility to discuss these issues with an instructor prior to starting the shooting / activity; and they must follow all instructions throughout the course. b) That they accept that these activities are dangerous and can result in death and/or injury and c) That they accept the risks involved and are responsible for their own actions and involvement.
We reserve the right to use photographs or video taken at this event in publicity and promotional materials – printed and online. A person who does not wish to have their image recorded for distribution should make their wishes known to the instructor in writing at the start of the course.