Thread: Final ASA Schedule for Oklahoma
02-03-2010, 05:10 PM #1
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Final ASA Schedule for Oklahoma
Below are the scheduled dates for the state qualifiers and the state tournament.
Please contact the hosting range(s) for driving directions, type of start
(Trickle or shotgun) and start times.
All ASA Qualifiers will be a 20 Targets Score (If more than 20 targets are offered,
Targets number 1 – 20 will be used for official score)
Each qualifier and state shoot will follow ASA Tournament Rules. Each range has a copy of these regulations and they are also available at www.asaarchery.com.
(Please see the bottom of Schedule for new rules for Oklahoma ASA)
**12 Ring Archery Contact: Dean Sliger Tupelo OK
Feb 27th & 28th (580) 371 8111
**Cedar Ridge Archery Contact: Rick Stubblefield Enterprise OK
March 20th & 21st (918) 441 9614
Outlaw Archery Contact: Danny Mooris Ada OK
March 13 & 14 (580) 332 5648
**Oklahoma City Gun Club Contact: David Baker OKC
April 10th & 11th (405) 315-6085
Cherokee Strip Archery Contact: Gary Hovis Enid OK
April 18th Sunday Only (580)234 1051
**Blue Bottom Archery Contact: Jamie Jamison Durant OK
May 8th & 9th (918) 640 1270
Quail Ridge Archery Contact Dave Tucumseh OK
May 15th (405) 306 1578
Osage Archery Contact: Albert Nitz Bartlesville OK
May 29th &30th (918) 336 0898
**Coyote Bluff Family Archery Contact: Darrel Trout Bristow OK
June 12th & 13th (918) 367 9340
Chain Ranch Outfitters Contact: Mason Banta Canton OK
June 19th & 20th (580) 886-5982
**Trosper archery is not having a Qualifier but is helping with the Pig hunt
Note The Range’s with ** by there name is the ranges who made a Pig Hunt Possible for this years as a Thank You Gift to the Archers Supporting ASA Your name will go into a Box for each qualifier you shoot and twice for each Qualifier you shoot at a ranges who sponsored the Hunt. The Pig hunt will be given away at the state Championship shoot. Be sure to say thanks to the Following Ranges
Cedar Ridge Archery Contact: Rick Stubblefield Enterprise OK
July 10th and 11th (918) 441 9614
NEW Shooter of the year Program
An average system will be utilized for Picking Shooter of the Year. A minimum of 5 qualifiers and the state tournament will be required to be eligible for Shooter of the Year program. . Each class must have an average of 5 shooters per Class shooting for SOY in order to have a Shooter of the Year. No SOY will be awarded for Open C or Bow Novice class. This system is based on the Oklahoma guidelines for Shooter of the Year. ( All Qualifiers shot by an archer will be used to average the archers score)
NEW Move up Rules in Oklahoma ASA
Bow Novice and Open C classis are for Novices Shooters so in Oklahoma you can only shoot Shot two years in either class on the Third year you will move into either Bow Hunter class or Open B Class Bow Novices can move into Open C (open C class is a move up from Bow Novices) but Open C can not move into Bow Novices,
NEW Any One who Wins there class in any State will move up into the next advanced Class,
Women’s Open, Men’s Unlimited, All Senior classis, Open A and Simi Pro class will be considered top class and will use National Rules to move up
NEW This year a Pig Hunt give away for Oklahoma ASA .
For each Qualifier you shoot your name will go into a hat for a drawing And Twice for shooting the Range’s who made it possible Drawing being held at the State championship Shoot, the pig hunt will be hosted at Rocky-Top Ranch in Oklahoma.
Darrel Trout – ASA Representative / Oklahoma – 918-367-9340
02-04-2010, 07:04 AM #2
So once someone wins semi pro in state. They must move to pros?
There actually is no pro classes on state level.
What about senior open class. If somoene wins it they have to move to pro?
Will this effect where they have to shoot on pro am level?
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02-04-2010, 08:37 AM #3
I can't answer any of your other questions but I do know where you shoot on the state level has no bearing on what class you shoot at the pro/ams.Goldtip Arrows,T.R.U. Ball Releases
02-04-2010, 08:48 AM #4
Very good rule Chad
Also we must post this move up is shooter of the year. So if you dont want to move up. Dont win it! Promblem is some dont want to move from hunter class. There happy shooting pins and short hunting type set ups.
State level has been doing so well. Change can be a good thing and bad thing. Often these rules are set forth by the ASA.
Im quessing there will be half and half or is this each ranges call to make?
How many targets will be shot at Qaulifiers?
I was hoping to see something to promote the pros on state level.
Im going back to avergae joe class where I belong. Mainly because Im a poboy and paying those higher entry fees made me a even poorer person last year.
OKARCHER is a snadbagger and belongs in pro class
Last edited by Daniel Boone; 02-04-2010 at 08:50 AM.
02-04-2010, 09:20 AM #5
I really wish I could say I was a sandbagger Maybe after this year I can take claim to that.Goldtip Arrows,T.R.U. Ball Releases
02-04-2010, 09:55 AM #6
02-04-2010, 04:52 PM #7
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i think you have some good questions on the olkahoma move up is after you get to simi pro class if there is not class above it then you will shoot that but if there is a class above it them you will move up Hunters can move into unlimmited and so on i would love to come up with something for the pro class and in oklahoma we have a buckle and you can also get your name in the drawing for the Pig hunt this year Oklahoma does have something for the pro Class its just not something ASA at a national leval is doing its all done by are state.
any Ideas welcome
02-04-2010, 04:56 PM #8
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Last edited by coyotebluff; 02-04-2010 at 05:00 PM.
02-04-2010, 05:09 PM #9
It is my understanding that what you shoot in your state level is the class you must shoot in pro/am level. Had this discussion last year with some people and checked into it. I could be wrong, but I do think that if you shoot semi pro in you state you shouldn't be able to go to pro/am and shoot open c for instantance. Just my thought. Good luck to everyone this year and shoot straight.Elisha Plum--Hoyt Staff--VANGUARD Pro Staff--Goldtip Staff--Archery Outpost--Sure-Loc--Proud member of Creek County Archers
02-04-2010, 05:28 PM #10
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02-04-2010, 05:28 PM #11
Mike Tyrell informed me that the state level has no influnce on what you shoot at a pro/am. The Pro/ams have a set of rules on their own to move people out of classes. There are several people who shoot a higher level at state than at pro/ams cause the competition isn't as tough.Goldtip Arrows,T.R.U. Ball Releases
02-04-2010, 06:27 PM #12
02-04-2010, 06:31 PM #13
Open C is for novice
02-04-2010, 06:33 PM #14
02-04-2010, 06:39 PM #15
Here something I didnt know
They can make you move to known yardage from Open A.
Whats up with that?
02-04-2010, 06:45 PM #16
I got a question
Where do they move the old timers in Senior Open?
Dont see any move up list. Once you get Senior open your there for life?
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