Archery Royal Round
Royal Round Rankings
A Royal Round consists of one each untimed round of six arrows at 20, 30 and 40 yards, as well as one 30-second timed round at 20 yards. Timed rounds will allow as many arrows as can be loosed in the allotted time. Royal Rounds are shot on 60 cm FITA "Olympic" target faces. These are divided into five concentric circles of contrasting color, each ring divided by a black line. Once you have shot at least three Royal Rounds on different dates within the past year you will obtain a Ranking. Scores expire one year from the date on which they were shot.
- Current average under 40 points
- Archers may bear four fretted black arrows on a field of silver, within a bordure of black.
- Current average 40 to 59.67 points
- Marksmen may bear four fretted black arrows on a field of silver, within a bordure of blue.
- Current average 60 to 79.67 points
- Bowmen may bear four fretted silver arrows on a field of red, within a bordure of silver.
- Current average 80 to 99.67 points
- Master Bowmen may bear four fretted black arrows on a field of gold, within a bordure of red.
Grand Master Bowmen
- Average has ever been 100 points or more. Once achieved, this ranking is permanently retained.
- Grand Master Bowmen may bear four fretted black arrows on a field of gold, within a black annulet (a thin line which is inset from the edge of the badge).