Maryland Archery Association will support the shoots as long as they comply with Governor Hogan's regulations, including: not gathering archers in large groups; limiting smaller groups of archers to 10 or less; keeping social distancing; wearing masks when indoors or when close to each other outside; and using common sense to prevent exposing other archers or exposing themselves to Covid virus.

Shooting groups should be assigned to targets around the course to maximize distances among target assignments. It is preferred that 3 or fewer shooters be assigned to each target. Scoring rule requirements are less important than everyone’s health. Each club is responsible to enforce these rules. The health of all of us is at stake.

MD Archery Association

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Welcome to the Maryland Archery Association!

Welcome to md-archery.org, the official website of the Maryland Archery Association (MAA). We invite you to learn more about MAA and especially welcome you to visit or participate in any of our upcoming events. Our new site is evolving to better serve you!

MAA is the state affiliate of the National Field Archery Association (NFAA – www.nfaausa.com). Several of our local clubs are members of USA Archery (USAA - www.usarchery.org) and MAA supports their activities and JOAD programs.

The MAA provides the basic organization for Maryland archery clubs whereas clubs come together through their Directors to set the rules and guidelines for State competitions and an organized statewide schedule of shoots. Currently with 13 clubs involved, there is an archery event, virtually every weekend to include Field, 3D, FITA, Indoor. Maryland has it all!

 

Upcoming Archery Event

Maryland Archery Association will support the shoots as long as they comply with Governor Hogan's regulations, including: not gathering archers in large groups; limiting smaller groups of archers to 10 or less; keeping social distancing; wearing masks when indoors or when close to each other outside; and using common sense to prevent exposing other archers or exposing themselves to Covid virus.

Shooting groups should be assigned to targets around the course to maximize distances among target assignments. It is preferred that 3 or fewer shooters be assigned to each target. Scoring rule requirements are less important than everyone’s health. Each club is responsible to enforce these rules. The health of all of us is at stake.

August 2020

Date Sponsor Tournament / Event Time
2 TPA MAA State 3D Championship - Marked and Unmarked
Casual registration - cards in by 4pm
Can shoot both - must shoot Unmarked 1st
8am-10am
9 TA Annual Tuscarora Corn Shoot & Club Championship
Sun: 14 Field/ 14 Hunter - cards in by 5 p.m.
8am-10am
12-15 USAA USA Archery National Target TBA Championship - Richmond, VA TBA
16 HB 28 Field 10am
23 MA 28 Animal 10am
23 OA STAR World Archery Round OR - 720 Round 10am
29-30 TA MAA State Field Championship
Advanced Registration Required;
must be received by August 24
Sat - 28 Field - check in ends at 9:00 a.m.
Sun - 28 Hunter - check in ends at 9:00 a.m.
Traditional Target Format
10am

September 2020

Date Sponsor Tournament / Event Time
7 VNB MAA State Metric Field Championship - MONDAY
Target distance in meters
Advance Registration Required
must be received by September 1
10am
11   Deadline for Clubs to bid on Shoots for 2021  
13 HB 28 Hunter 10am
20 AAA MAA State Animal Championship 10am
20 AAA MAA State Scheduling Meeting 1:30pm
27 OA MAA State Metric Outdoor Target Championship.
Members of MAA, USA Archery, or any local club are eligible. Pre-registration by Sept. 18 is required. No registration the day of the shoot.
**There are no amenities. Bring whatever is needed for drinks, food, seating, etc.**
10am