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Professional Staff

Our employees are all certified experienced archers, that specialise in proper tuning and professional fitting of all your equipment.


Archery Basic Course (ABC)

This course is great for beginners who are looking to take archery as a hobby and for people who just want to challenge themselves with something new.

Intermediate Archery Course

The Intermediate Archery Course is the next step in archery education for students who have completed our Archery Basic Course(ABC).

Advance archery course

The VAA Advanced Archery course and practice sessions are run by qualified archery coaches with a minimum of a Level 2 National or international certification.

Types of Archery

There are several types of archery practiced in the India today. The main types are target, field, clout , traditional and flight, and each requires slightly different shooting methods and equipment. Archers can take part in any – or all – of the disciplines.

Target Archery

Target archery is the type of archery practiced at the Olympics, and is the version most beginners learn first. Archers shoot a set number of arrows at targets set at specified distances on a flat surface. It can take place either indoors or outdoors.

Field Archery

A field archery course is set up over woodland and rough terrain. Archers shoot a specified number of arrows at different targets in sequence. Archers might have to shoot uphill or downhill, and the targets could be different sizes and at different distances so anyone taking part has to really think about what they are doing. Field archery is a great way of keeping fit and enjoying the indoor and outdoors

Clout Shooting

This ancient form of archery was used as military training in the middle ages. The target is the clout, which is a small flag on a vertical stick, stuck in the ground and placed up to 165 metres away. An archer’s score is determined by how close each arrow lands to the flag, the arrow that lands the closest gets the highest points.

Flight Shooting

This form of archery simply consists of shooting an arrow over the longest possible distance. There is no target but it does require a very large, flat area – something the size of an aerodrome. Recurve, compound and longbow classes can all shoot flight archery within different weight categories. Specialist bows and lightweight arrows are used to maximise power and reduce drag.