Troy Adams Archery Complex
The Troy Adams Archery Complex was named after Troy Adams, the club's 16 year old NSW Junior Captain who passed away in tragic circumstances in 1985. In that same year Penrith City Archers, with the support of Penrith City Council, moved to its current location on Werrington Rd.
PCA has a strategic plan for the Troy Adams Archery Complex which includes a vision to create one of Australia's premier Archery facilities. The field has the capability of simultaneously conducting events in all three archery disciplines (Target, Clout & Field) and is equipped to support wheelchair athletes on most parts of the courses (only some targets on the Field Course have limited access).
The Target Field has grown and with it PCA membership, now boasting up to 24 relocatable target butts. The target range can accommodate almost any competition or training configuration and can support up to 100 Archers at a time.
Our Field Course was opened on June 7th, 2014 by Penrith Mayor Ross Fowler and was funded by Building Better Communities and PCA members.
The PCA Field Course is World Archery compliant, with 24 targets at various marked distances.
Red pegs are wheelchair accessible - and whilst not a physically demanding course, no one has yet scored over 400.
The little known friend and more traditional archery discipline: clout targets are at long distances and flat on the ground.
PCA has two manicured clout mounds with multiple shooting positions that can be used simultaneously with Target and Field.
It may not look like a palace - but it's home: carpeted, air-conditioned and equiped with a small kitchen and serving area.
The club house also provides meeting and presentation facilities as well as storage space.
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