The 2014 NFAA Indoor Nationals in Louisville, KY is the final indoor event of the season and Team Hoyt shooters were there in full force finishing the indoor season strong.
In the Professional Male Freestyle division four Hoyt shooters, Kris Schaff, Jesse Broadwater, Sam Wolthuis and Matt Stuztman shot perfect 120X 600 scores on the famous NFAA five spot target. To settle the score, in sudden-death shoot off fashion, Schaff sealed the deal by putting five arrows inside the X-ring with Broadwater taking second, Wolthuis in fourth and Stutzman in eighth. Schaff, Broadwater, and Wolthuis shoot the Hoyt Pro Comp Elite with Spiral-X cams and Stutzman shoots the Hoyt Freestyle.
Two-time NFAA Sr. Pro Indoor Champion and 2014 Las Vegas Champion, Tony Harbaugh added a third silver bowl to his collection. Harbaugh shot his game-day winning 118X 600 with his Hoyt Pro Comp Elite rigged with the smooth pulling and easy aiming GTX cams. Bill Pellegrino came away with 3rd place for the Senior Pro’s. Bill shoots the razor-sharp Pro Edge Elite.
While spending her wedding anniversary like any hardcore archer would, Erika Jones won the NFAA Professional Female Freestyle division with a 118X 600. Jones was tied for first and clinched the title after one end of sudden shoot-off scoring. Jones competes with the Hoyt Pro Comp Elite with GTX cams.
Regardless of the target or game, arm yourself with the brand of bow that performs best under pressure and outright wins more pro tournaments than all other brands combined, visit your local Hoyt dealer to learn more. Get Serious. Get Hoyt.
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