At The Vegas Shoot, concentration, accuracy, and precision are key.
In past years, any archer competing in the Championship Open division that scored a perfect 900 points after the three regulation days of shooting has entered the final sudden-death line-up with a chance to win the biggest prize in archery.
Shooting clean for three days is tough. Shooting clean for just one is hard enough.
And that’s why, starting in 2020, every championship archer who scores a 300 on Friday or Saturday at The Vegas Shoot will be eligible to shoot in the new $10K-A-Day Championship Shoot Off.
Archers interested in participating in the new $10K-A-Day Championship Shoot Off must pay the $25 add-on, available during registration or on-site. Registration will close prior to the start of the competition. All championship divisions are eligible.
The winner-takes-all Shoot Off will take place at the end of each day on Friday and Saturday, and use the same rules as the Lucky Dog Shoot Off.
Archers will compete in a single-arrow sudden-death eliminator – with the X scoring 10 for the first end and inside-out X scoring 10 for all subsequent ends. Competitors will continue shooting, with only those who tie the highest score remaining and those who miss the middle being eliminated, until only one shooter is left standing.
That archer will take home $10,000.
The Vegas Shoot 2020 will have a record-breaking prize fund of over $490,000. Updated payout information is now available.