Pro Pressure Point ShootDown Procedures:

Pro Pressure Point ShootDown Procedures:

  1. Should time and weather permit, the Tournament Director may designate classes for a ShootDown to determine the final order of finish.
  2. Designated classes may have up to five participants, however, should there be a tie for score and bonus rings for first, second or third place which would require more than five participants the ASA Tournament Director may allow up to a maximum of six participants should safety conditions permit. Should there be a tie for the fourth or fifth position that would exceed five shooters the “Closest-to-the-12” tie-break procedure (see Scoring Rules “J”) will be used to determine the fifth position.
  3. Prior to the start of the ShootDown all Unknown Class competitors will be provided a ten-minute period to judge the targets. Anyone not present for any of the judging period forfeits this opportunity and will be required to adhere to the ShootDown pace without additional time for judging.
  4. The group will have one minute to shoot their respective target. Anyone not shooting within the allotted one minute will be given a zero for that target. Should weather condition dictate the Tournament Director may elect to extend the time allotted or suspend the use of a clock.
  5. Shooters will remain at their stake until their arrow is scored before moving to the next target.
  6. Shooters are responsible for having enough arrows to complete the initial round of five targets.
  7. Should weather and lighting conditions permit as determined by the tournament director after the initial five target round, all shooters within ten points of the leader will proceed to a Final Arrow with the lowest score shooting first.
  8. Upon completion of the sixth and final arrow there will be a clear oder of finish for first, second and third place.  Bonus rings will break a tie in total score for first, second or third place. If shooters are tied for score and bonus rings for first or second the Tournament Director will use the “Closest-to-the-12” tie-break procedure (see Scoring Rules “J”) with the winner receiving an additional bonus ring to break the tie. A coin toss will determine the order of shooting.