After Cupid popularized archery, hordes of people took it up to get back at him for meddling in their love lives. Fight arrows with arrows with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$35 for an archery lesson for two (an $80 total value)
- 30 minutes of professional instruction (a $20 value each)
- 60 minutes of range time (a $10 value each)
- Rental equipment (a $10 value each)
- This Groupon may also be used by one person over the course of two lessons
$125 for four-day archery camp for one (a $349 value)
The Beginning Archery Course sets students down the path of the Archery Learning Academy’s Championship Learning Program. Developed by BOSS Archery Shop founder Clyde Hartsell, the program caters to archers looking to sharpen their skills for recreational, sporting, or competitive bow use. Four-day archery camps instruct fledgling archers ages 10 and older. Students will learn new skills on each day, which include basic archery, introduction to the compound bow, target archery and scoring, and cross bows and final competition. Lunch is included during the camps, which run from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday–Friday. Each camp holds a maximum of ten students, and are available from June 11–14, June 18–21, July 9–12, July 16–19, and July 23–26.
Boss Archery Shop
Bow hunting since 1970, Clyde Hartsell knew his passion lay in the sport and what the great outdoors had to offer. While working as an executive at McDonald's, Clyde entered tournament after tournament, honing his skills and surrounding himself with other bowmen at the Tomo-Chi-Chi archery club who shared his enthusiasm for the ancient hunting tools. During training and tournaments, however, Clyde quickly realized the sights and scopes available to him were not up to snuff, lacking the precision a professional archer requires.
After Clyde met his wife, Jean, the two teamed up to start their own archery business and immediately began crafting McKenzie 3-D shooting cards. Now the duo helps equip other bowmen through a retail shop that supplies sights, arrows, rests, and bows. The two also welcome archers to their 18-lane indoor range to practice in a professional environment.