Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Gold Tip Archer Kyle Douglas Claims Third NFAA Indoor Nationals Title

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Gold Tip, an industry leader in carbon arrows and bolts, congratulates Team Gold Tip archer Kyle Douglas for his first-place finish at the National Field Archery Association (NFAA) Indoor Nationals. This year’s victory marks Douglas’ third NFAA Indoor National title in a row, beating 15 other perfect 600 120X scores. 

Kyle’s win this year has set a record that will probably never be beat,” said Tim Gillingham, Gold Tip shooting staff manager. Douglas used 25.5” Gold Tip Triple X Pro shafts throughout the first two days of shooting, which put him in the final with 15 other archers.

“Kyle took down his third NFAA Indoor Nationals title in really impressive fashion,” Gillingham said. “The score goes inside out, so if the arrow touches a line, the shooter gets the lower score. Most shooters switch to a smaller diameter shaft to put the odds in their favor, but it requires a lot of preparation and last-minute tuning to get the type of accuracy required. Kyle switched to Gold Tip Pierce Tour 340’s and put them all dead center for the win.”

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