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The 3-Spot round is a popular archery competition format that uses a single or three-spot target, which is shot at a distance of 20 yards. Each archer will have the opportunity to shoot two rounds per night, for a total of 10 ends per round. This means that each archer will shoot a total of 60 arrows during the competition. The scoring system for this round is based on the number of arrows that hit the target, with higher scores awarded for arrows that hit the center of the target.
After each end is completed, the competitors will walk to their target to score their arrows and retrieve them. This format is designed to provide a challenging and enjoyable competition experience for archers of all skill levels.
Another popular format is the 5-Spot round. It is also shot at a distance of 20 yards, but instead of shooting at a single or three-spot target, competitors shoot at a five-spot target. The competition consists of 12 ends, with each end consisting of five arrows. This means that each competitor will step up to the line and shoot their five arrows, score them, retrieve them, and then do it again for a total of 12 ends. This format is a great way to test the competitor’s accuracy and consistency, as each end is scored based on the number of arrows that hit the target, and the higher scores are awarded for arrows that hit the center of the target.
Both 3-Spot and 5-Spot round are popular formats in archery competitions and offer a great way to challenge yourself, improve your skills and have fun.