U.S. National Target Championships and JOAD National Target Championships

August 2 - 6, 2017 in Westfield, Indiana

Outdoor Nationals is actually two events that are held at the same location during the same week: the U.S. and JOAD National Target Championships.

The U.S. National Target Championships consists of a double 72 arrow round, shot over two days, and head-to-head match-play (elimination rounds) shot on the third day.

The JOAD National Target Championships is a youth event for archers who are part of a Junior Olympic Archery Development Program (JOAD) Club. The JOAD National Target Championships consists of a double 72 arrow qualification round, shot over two days, head-to-head matchplay (elimination rounds) and an optional team round.

Additional Events and Premium Seating

In addition to the excitement of target competition, USA Archery offers several fun events you can register for while signing up for your shooting event.

Welcome Reception

Start your Outdoor Nationals week with some fun! Dinner, music, and a meet and greet autograph session with the top U.S. archers.

>> Purchase Welcome Reception Tickets

Clout Round

This pre-register only event puts a modern twist on an ancient form of archery and is a ton of fun! 

Premium Seating

Premium seating grants access to tented seating behind the archers' area for convenience and prime views of the competition. Coaches have access to this area with the purchase of a coach credential.

>> Purchase Premium Seating

Hotel Information

USA Archery has blocked rooms in over 25 hotels in the Hamilton County area. As a USA Archery member, you will receive a reduced rate when you book through this link.

>> Hotel Reservation Information

Visitor Information

While you are in Hamilton County there are dozens of things to do and see. Here is a list of some amazing and interesting things to do in your "off" time!

>> Find out more to do

Volunteers Needed

Spend a day or a shift supporting the USA Archery Event Staff with field set-up, athlete check-in and score card calculations.  

>> Become a Volunteer!