1 x 1 Hour One to One Beginners Recurve Archery Lesson - Per person
This 1 hour lesson is designed for anyone who would like to learn how to shoot or has been shooting for some time but preferes not to be in a group.
Who should attend: Archery is a sport for all so anyone.
Objective: Beginners Course: All equipment required is supplied. We will teach you to shoot safely.
This course will give you a platform to develop your shooting skills which ever discipline you choose to shoot in the future (Olympic Recurve, Compound, Longbow or Traditional).
The lesson will cover:
Shooting Range & Equipment Safety
How to shoot using the correct posture and procedures
How to shoot using a sight.
This is not a have a go session where the object is to shoot as many arrows in the hour - It is a proper lesson where you will start to learn the basics to be able to progress should you wish to take up the sport.
2 or 3 of these lessons is usually sufficient for you to have the necessary skills to join a club without attending a beginners course. However - Important please contact the club you intend to join before booking a lesson to confirm that they will accept us running the lessons - most clubs do and we act as a sort of backup for many clubs when their own courses are full or not running for a few months.
Available at both Pro Shops
During the week all lessons are run during shop opening hours and Saturdays only between 9am & 10am.
To book: Lessons can be booked in our Pro Shops.
Over the phone by contacting us during opening hours on 01245 400686 (Rettendon Nr Chelmsford Essex) or 01473 314097 (Ipswich, Suffolk).
Online here, the request for a date/time is advisory and we will confirm if your chosen date and time are available
When booking online please ensure that you provide full contact details so that we can contact you to confirm dates and times.
We strongly recommend that anyone wishing to do archery, whether at a club or in their back garden attend a beginners course first (the cynically minded would say of course you do). However it is not because we run courses, but to ensure that you are able to use the equipment correctly and to shoot safely (not just for the archers sake but everyone nearby).
Minimum age 8 years although we will consider juniors that are younger, it is more about attention spans, rather than physical strength. Please note some clubs do have a minimum age limit.
Finally, Juniors aged up to 17 must be accompanied by a responsible adult guardian at all times if no guardian is present the junior will not be able to shoot.
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