Texans Archery Club (TAC)
1) Please complete the application form below (area within the blocks), then submit. Payment is accepted via PayPal.
Note that you do not need a PayPal account to use this. Once you submit the Registration Form, a link to Paypal will be presented to you. You may make membership payment in cash, check or credit card (payment via PayPal or debit/credit cards are $5 more for processing fee), in person at Texas Archery Academy.
Membership includes multiple archery property venues (Ranges) under the management of Texans Archery Club. This includes the 30,000sf indoor state archery training facility, Texas Archery Academy, located at 600 Accent Dr. Plano Tx, and current/future range venues to be added. Each venue has posted operating hours. For complete information about the club, please visit our website www.TexasArchery.info, www.DallasArchery.com, www.SanAntonioArchery.com, or www.TexasArcheryAcademy.org. The general public may use these ranges during posted public access operating times by paying a $10/day/person range fee, agreeing to a liability waiver and range safety rules, and shooting a range certification at 10 yards before accessing the main ranges.
TAC does not assume any liability for you or anyone else on the ranges, please understand this and use common sense. Your application is your agreement of a Waiver of Liability. You will be required to observe all range safety rules as posted at the range or website.
2) Family Membership is for a calendar year from the time you join, and dues are $120. Family Memberships cover both husband and wife, and three children until the age of 18. All minors are required to be in the company of a parent when at the range. Guests (limit two per visit) are welcome anytime to use the ranges under your supervision, and responsibility. We ask members to register their entrance to the ranges each visit (for safety reasons) and their guests. The daily guest fee per shooter is $5.
3) New members may shoot on the ranges after reviewing the New member’s Orientation Packet available online, receiving a membership ID card to be picked up at TXAA, and becoming range certified by shooting a proficiency test at 10 yards, or attending an Intro to Archery Class ($10 per shooter) – this is the first step in a Learning Path we have to assist new member’s fundamental archery development.
4) Members are requested to contribute one hour of service to the club/archery community per calendar year at an organized activity (such as a tournament, function or work party), conduct themselves responsibly, contribute to projects to improve the club/facilities, and attend club meetings and events. Any ideas, resources, and equipment you can contribute are always welcome. Membership can be revoked by vote of the governing officers.