UPDATE – Women’s Amateur Classes 40 yards or less

ALL Women’s Amateur Classes at 40 yards or less, we will continue to enforce a maximum bow speed of 260 FPS.

The maximum arrow diameter of .366 will be waived for the remainder of the 2023 archery season.

2023 Hoyt Easton Pro/Am in Foley, AL February 23-26

The 2023 Delta McKenzie ASA Pro/Am tour kicked off in spectacular fashion in Foley, AL, Feb. 23-26. The city of Foley showed incredible hospitality to the thousands of people who were looking forward to shooting their bows, connecting with friends, and enjoying all the benefits of the Gulf Coast in February.

The Hoyt/Easton Pro/Am launched the 3D season in record-breaking style. There were 2,031 registered shooters, setting a new attendance record for a Delta McKenzie ASA Pro/Am. In addition to record attendance, there was also $260,000 in payback and contingency money awarded to shooters across all classes.

The Hoyt/Easton Pro/Am’s Pro Pressure Point Shoot Down also set a new record for viewership. There were nearly 34,000 live viewers watching across The Sportsman Channel, YouTube, and Facebook. With the excitement of the weekend and the anticipation of the next stop, the content provided by Competition Archery Media continues to gather a record number of views and interactions. To date the video coverage of the Pro Pressure Point Shoot Down has had 172,700 views, while the entire event coverage has amassed 378,433 views.

The professional division also saw the successful launch of two new classes in Foley. In addition to Open Pro, Women’s Pro, Senior Pro, and Known Pro, the Delta McKenzie ASA Tour now offers Women’s Known Pro and Senior Known Pro. For their inaugural event, these classes had strong showings in both participation and excitement. We are excited for the future, since our pre-existing pro classes also saw strong participation and enthusiasm among the competitors.

The Delta McKenzie ASA Pro/Am Tour is ready for the next stop in Russell County, AL. We hope to see everyone there as we look forward to carrying the momentum from Foley through the rest of the 2023 season!


McKenzie ASA Pro/Am Tour

The ASA Pro/Am Tour is a national series of Pro/Am tournaments, plus the Championship

“Classic” which are recognized

as the best run, highest paying and most exciting events in 3-D archery. Competitors pay entry fees based on their competitive division in both pro and amateur classes, and they receive cash awards, trophies, and accumulate points toward the prestigious “Shooter of the Year” award in their class. In addition to providing world class competition, each ASA Pro/Am provides the Host community and surrounding area with an economic impact of well over $1,000,000.00, as each event attracts thousands of archers, sponsors, family members and spectators.


If you’ve never experienced the fun and excitement of a national tournament you need to be there. It is a true archery festival with the top archery manufacturers showing the newest and latest products, competition classes for the whole family, and a full schedule of archery opportunities. In addition to the two rounds of competition featuring McKenzie 3-D targets, other activities include McKenzie Speed Bags for warm-up, a 40 target 3-D practice range, Team Shoots with Pros and amateurs, the Known Distance Shoot, Lancaster Long Shot and the opportunity to meet, watch and learn from the greatest archers in the world. ASA offers everyone the chance to experience the fun of these professionally run events with competition ranges that are specifically designed to be spectator friendly, and competition classes that allow everyone from age six-to-over sixty to compete.

Among the amateur classes are the Bow Novice and Women’s Bowhunter classes that are specifically designed for novices and bowhunters to come out and try their hand. They shoot known distance, the maximum distance is 30 yards, and long stabilizers and movable sights and sights with magnification are not permitted.  Anyone who has a passion for bowhunting needs to try their hand at an ASA event to help extend their season and hone their archery skills.