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 ARCHERY GOLF

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"Archery Golf" is a fun twist to the standard game of golf, it is played to the same rules as standard golf, but uses bows and arrows instead of clubs and balls, and the hole is replaced by a tennis ball on top of a drinks can (or similar set-up).

Location
Archery Golf is ideally played on a standard golf course, however most golf courses will not allow archery Golf. You will probably have to make up your own course in a park or field with a lot of space.
Holes range in distance from 100 to 500 yards

Description
Archery Golf is played by between one to four people. Each person should have his or her own equipment, consisting of a bow and three arrows (a long flight arrow, a medium approach arrow, and a short flu-flu for "putting.")
Choose a tee-off spot from which everyone will take his or her shot. Shoot your first shot from the tee-off spot; shoot each subsequent shot from wherever your arrow lands.Trying to knock the ball off the can in as few shots as possible. The lowest overall score wins.

Closely Related Activities
Golf 290, Disk Golf 867, Football Golf 926, Flight Archery 987.

Cost
A complete beginners archery kit consisting of absolutely all of the necessary equipment can be purchased at costs starting from around £85.00
A typical kit consists of;
* 1 x full size recurve bow.
* 3 x arrows.
* 1 x Dacron string.
* 2 x arrow rests.
* 2 x brass nock sets (These are crimped on to the bow string to mark the nocking point of the arrow).
* 1 x Basic bracer.(Fits around the forearm).
* 1 x Basic tab.(to protect from sore fingers).
* An Introduction to Archery' DVD.

Level of Demand
The table below shows the maximum levels of demand that this activity requires. NOTE: These are not entry levels or levels of requirement and has nothing to do with ability.

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