You know, the great thing about scores is nobody cares except you and your competition.
The main thing is to have fun, and if you chose to challange yourself to the next level, then be willing to put in the time, effort, and skill to reach that level.
Nothing comes easy, and none of my good buddies would hand it to me on a platter; the reason they are such great archers is they make me work for it… and I won’t have it any other way, otherwise I couldn’t be proud of what I had achieved…and they couldn’t be proud of what they had achieved.
Not to be picky, but what does an average have to do with it?
My shoots are never the same course. Ours are mostly 20 targets. I shot a 188 a month ago on a tough course. Shot a 187 two weeks ago on an easy course where I should have shot up. My class is a 40yd max and a 280fps limit.
This looks like my avg is dead on, but based on the courses, the 187 is below par.
I guess what Im trying to say, is that an avg based on the competition is a better measure.
I am anywhere between 265 and 290 depending on the course.All shoots are 30 targets with 5 ,8 ,10 ,11 hunter class is out to 40yrds.Sometimes we shoot hunter challenge were they put all kinds of stuff in the way out to 40 yrds. I do not care I love to shoot from any stake.