ArcheryRecords is very easy to use for both your records officer and your club members.
ArcheryRecords is crammed full of time saving features like automated handicaps and classifications.
ArcheryRecords gives your archers access to their scores and performance charts wherever and whenever they want.
Adding new scores into ArcheryRecords couldn't be simpler. Our wizard guides your records officer through the process of adding new scoresheets.
It really is as easy as 1, 2, 3.
In addition, you can also optionally check the boxes for things like identifying club championships or round of the month competitions.
Once you click 'Save', all handicap and classification lookups and calculations are automated so its incredibly quick and easy to keep your club scores up to date.
Once the recordsheets have been entered into the system, any visitors to your site can check the highest scores archers have shot for each round and discipline. No additional work is required by your records officer.
Club records can be grouped by;
Your members can also easily search for any records they may hold by typing their name into the search box provided.
Creating reports of your club championships couldn't be simpler with ArcheryRecords. Just tick the box when you enter the scores and the reports will be generated for you.
Club championships are configured for each discipline. You can select the simplest option of one overall champion, all the way to a champion for every bowstyle, gender and age group. There really is complete flexibility built into the system.
Want to print them off to put them in your club house? Not a problem, all our web pages are printer friendly.
Do your archers manually keep track of their highest scores for each round? Would they like to see them without having to keep track themselves?
Well ArcheryRecords does just that and with no additional work for your Records Officer, they just enter the scores as normal and ArcheryRecords does the rest.
Are your archers aware of the progress they are making on a week by week basis? Are you loosing beginners because they are not perceiving any improvement in their shooting? Well our performance charts will help give them the visibility and the encouragement they need.
The performance charts are driven off the handicaps the archers have shot and give a very visual indication of an archers performance over the selected time period (up to 10 years)
The amber zone indicates they are within 3 handicap points of their actual handicap where as the green area indicates they have shot below their handicap.
The round of the month is a handicap based competition that operates over a full year. It encourages new archers to compete in competitions by leveling the playing field.
Each month you nominate a day to shoot your round of the month. You would select a round group (e.g. National, Western etc.) and then archers are free to shoot any round from this group.
At the end of the shoot, you will have a winner for that month. Points are awarded to the top 10 places so that at the end of the year, there will be an overall champion.
Read more about Handicap scheme automation.