Green Dragon Bowmen



A friendly club of archers of all ages and abilities
Recurve, Barebow, Compound and Long Bow
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If there is any reference material you would like to share or wish to see on this page please

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GDB Rounds Score sheets Score sheets for all your requirements, all rounds covered.
Score Sheet Generator Score Sheet Generator for all rounds
Sight Mark Estimating tool Use this tool to estimate your missing sight marks, very accurate
Sight Mark Graph Print this off and then plot your own Sight Marks, NB, Arrows will drop off.
Equpment Record Form Simple form to record your shooting equipment
Target Face Guide A guide to rounds and faces (a guide to check that you are shooting the correct round to face)
Score Sheet Completion Procedure Please make sure you you complete your score sheets out correctly.
GDB Constitution Green Dragon Bowmen club constitution (amended 7/12)
GDB Shooting Rules 2016/17 Green Dragon Bowmen shooting rules for 2016/17 agreed at 2013 AGM.
Safety on the Archery Range Safety Instructions whilst shooting
Map of Venue Locations Map of shooting venues
Map of Nobel School Venue Map of shooting venues
Map of Knebworth School venue Map of coaching venues
GDB shooting field layout map Map of Shooting field layout
Archery GB Shooting rules Archery GB Shooting rules (APR 17 update)
Shooting Administration Procedures Shooting Administration Procedures Inc Classification tables (Oct 2016 update)
Social Media Policy Archery GB Social Media Policy
Data Protection Policy Archery GB Data Protection Policy
Code of Ethics Archery GB Code of Ethics
Equality Policy Archery GB Equality Policy
Safeguarding Children Policy Archery GB Safeguarding Children
Code of Conduct Smoking Archery GB Code of Conduct Smoking
Code of Conduct Adult Archers Archery GB Code of Conduct Adult Archers
Code of Conduct Young Archers Archery GB Code of Conduct Young Archers
Code of Conduct Coaches Leaders and Officials Archery GB Code of Conduct Coaches Leaders and Officials
Code of Conduct Spectators Parents and Carers Archery GB Code of Conduct Spectators Parents and Carers
Health and Safety Policy and Procedures Archery GB Health and Safety Policy and Procedures
IT Policy and Procedures Archery GB IT Policy and Procedures
Volunteer Policy and Procedures Archery GB Volunteer Policy and Procedures
Gender Reassignment Archery GB Gender Reassignment
WA Book 1

Constitution and Procedures

WA Book 2 Events
WA Book 3 Target Archery
WA Book 4 Field & 3D Archery Rules
WA Book 5 Miscellaneous Archery Rounds and Ski-Archery
WA Book 6 Anti-Doping rules
Easton Arrow Shaft Selector Arrow selection chart
Arrow Maintenance and Tuning Guide A Guide to arrow/bow tuning and general maintenance
Archers Paradox (video) See the arrow in Slow Mo flight
How to tie a Bowyers knot (video) See how to tie a Bowyers knot
Medieval Archery For those with a mathematical mind ... an insight into how science can help us understand the history of bows and arrows
Archer's Reference Free downloadable reference document
GDB Records System Class Table

GDB Records System Classification Tables (ERROR WITH SERVER AT PRESENT)

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
 

** IMPORTANT MESSAGE
FOR MEMBERS **

Please be reminded that you MUST carry your Green Dragon membership card and display it on your quiver and display your car badge at all times when you visit the shooting field. Knebworth Estates staff will now check these regularly. Also remember that access for archery members is limited to the huts, the shooting field, and the toilets. We do not have open access to the park itself.
 

Green Dragon Bowmen is a member of ontarget, Archery GBs Club Development Programme. Clubs joining ontarget are making a public pledge to be open and friendly, to advance archery and to proactively work with Archery GB and in return clubs will be recognised, rewarded and given support, guidance and advice to develop and improve.