The Auckland District Archery Association (ADAA) has determined that more shoots should be held on a novice to intermediate level, and have proposed to adopt the "600 Round" for their members. This shoot will be held once a month in an Auckland-based target club (with the exception of October), and is open to all members of any club to participate.
The shoot will be free to join, be held at 1pm at the nominated club, with shooting commencing no later than 1.30pm, and district records will be maintained. Pins will cost to purchase, and can be only be claimed by any archer who is a member of an ADAA club.
The shoot is 90 arrows at 30 metres. All archers begin on a 122cm target face. Once an archer has shot 600 points or greater on that target face, the next shoot they must drop their target face size to 80cm, then 60cm, then 40cm. Archers who proceed beyond this point may opt to shoot a 20cm spot.