By: Brennen Nading (nadingbr)
The HHA USA tour rolls on this weekend in Waushara County, just outside of Wautoma, Wisconsin. A scenic backroad drive leads you to a 40 acre gem of a 3D course at Waushara Archers. If you’ve never visited, you are missing out!
Nestled into the the rolling hills of Wautoma, the newly remodeled clubhouse will be your first stop before heading into the forest to shoot their 28 target 3D course that will challenge even the most experienced archers.
As you wind through the course, you will find yourself shooting a wide variety of foam animals ranging from whitetail deer to dinosaurs and everything in between. Each target is staked off at several locations making it fun for a beginning archer just the same as a seasoned pro. There are even elevated platforms to shoot from on several of the targets, adding even more realism to the experience.
After you’ve completed all 28 targets, the course will lead you straight back to the clubhouse where hot food and cold drinks are at the ready. Don’t forget to make a pit stop at the signature “long shot” target and test your skills on the 80 yard moose.
Also on site is a loaded silent auction with a pile of great gear, all proceeds going towards the Old Glory Honor Flight which to date, has flown nearly 50 missions and over 4000 Veterans to see the memorials built in their honor. Another highlight of the day was watching HHA USA president, Chris Hamm present the HHAUSA Straight N’ Arrow Award to Mike Schliepp of Waushara Archers.
Day 1 is in the books, but you still have tomorrow to make the trip! The shoot will resume on Sunday (August 8th) from 8am-3 pm. I encourage you to throw your bow in the case, and head out to Waushara Archers for a fun day of archery all while raising money for our Veterans!
Waushara Archers – W7050 Blackhawk Court – Wautoma, WI