Rhonda Calhoun’s husband got her involved with archery. She’s been shooting professionally for quite a few years now and competes in the Women’s Pro division. She shoots a Conquest 3 and an MR6 as well as an MR8.
Some of her accomplishments include the following:
- 2 Time State Broad-head Champion (1998 & 1999)
- 3 Time Women’s Open TFAA State Champion (2001 – 2003 (Women’s Semi Pro))
- 3 Time TIBO Shooter of the Year (2000 – 2002)
- 2001 – ASA State Champion – Women’s Open
- 2003 – IBO National Champion – Women’s Semi Pro
- 2003 – ASA National Champion – Women’s Semi Pro
- 2004 – IBO Winter Nationals Champion – Women’s Pro
- 2004 – ASA LA – Top 5 finish
- 2009 – NFAA Big Sky Open Champion
When Rhonda is not competing, she enjoys softball, water sports, camping, hunting, teaching, working with kids, and spending time with her family.
She is a Level 2 Certified Archery Instructor. Her goal is to help get NASP up and running in Texas. She also volunteers at 4-H archery camps, helps with her local retailer, and promotes archery in schools.
The advice that Rhonda gives to new archers is to have fun, stay focused, and to not get frustrated.
Rhonda Calhoun’s personal testimony regarding Mathews bows and Zebra strings:
“Mathews is 1st place in Technology and has something for everyone, both for the beginner and for the more advanced archer. Nothing compares! Zebra strings are always tough, have less stretch, less peep rotation, great speed, and excellent, quality craftsmanship!”