Field TargetField Round

The Field Round is a field archery tournament of 28 2D paper targets, firing 4 arrows per target from WHITE colored stakes for a total of 112 arrows. There are 3 scoring zones on each target. Each arrow scores either 3 points from the black outer ring, 4 for the white middle ring or 5 for the black bull’s eye. There is a center ‘X’ ring to the inner 5 point zone.

The Field Round includes:

  • 28 2D Paper Field Targets
  • 4 Arrows per Target
  • Maximum Score: 560

A total of 20 points is possible per target, a perfect round is 560.

Field Rounds are at ‘even’ (5 yd) distances up to 80 yards, with the shortest distances measured in feet.

Targets may have different shooting positions:

1)  All four arrows shot from one marked stake.

2)  “Fan”:  Each arrow is shot from a different marked stake, spread in a fan pattern, each stake at the same distance to the target.

3)  “Walk Up”:  Each arrow shot from a different marked stake at decreasing distances to the target.

(e.g., one arrow each at 45, 40, 35, 30 yards; or two arrows each at 45 and 40 yards.)



  • For Youth, under 15, the longest distance is 50 yards.
  • For Cubs, under 12, the longest distance is 30 yards.