There are always something going on at the Ambrose Archery centre.
Most of us have heard of the Archer's Paradox and some have even understood it but there is a more important problem that most of us have had to battle with.
Myself I struggle with this problem on a daily basis. ARCHER'S DILEMMA
How does Ambrose Archery manage to maintain it's zero accident rate?
This video from the highly reliable ONION focusing on the problem; how do archers resist the urge to shoot the people around them.
An exciting new addition to the centre:
Matt. He will be the friendly face of Ambrose Archery on Saturday afternoons.
Matt has been with Ambrose Archery from the very beginning when I was taking lessons on the fields of Yarra Bowmen and continuing to the centre even before it was open.
I know you will find him helpful and enthusiastic. He likes Archery and romantic walks along the beach
Club shoots are happening on Monday’s at 7:30 and go until 9’ish.
If you have an interest in archery then come along and we will help you get started.
As a new club we have been getting a small committed turn out of 5 or 6 archers. Due to the small numbers it is all in; recurves, longbows and compounds.
When I was shooting at Horsham the shoots there were similarly small and I remember it being friendly and enjoyable. Later the club grew the club didn’t become less friendly or enjoyable but I looked back fondly of the small times. So get in early you will enjoy.