What a blast! My friend's dad has a 3D course 30 miles away. I got invited to help finish setting it up last sunday. We worked for 4 or 5 hours, got fed ribs, corn pudding and such, and then got to shoot the course. I watched the 78 year old owner and 3 generations of family members shoot traditional bows he makes himself. He even makes his own glue by boiling deer hide. These are some of the finest, most beautiful bows I've ever seen. The course is set in a hilly, wooded area. It's one of the most beautiful parts of our country; Northern Lower Michigan. We didn't see any morrell mushrooms, but the leeks (wild onions) could be smelled as we shot our way through 30 targets, ranging from 15 to 45 yards. Myself and 4 others shot modern compound bows. I think I did ok for my first shoot, scoring 258 out of a possible 360. We didn't use any 14 rings, so the top scoring ring was 12. We were given free access to the course untill the middle of May. What an awesom sport. MY favorite hobby just got even better. I'm grateful this forum is here for us to share these experiences.