Below is a calendar/list of the upcoming tournaments that you may be interested in learning more about.  We hope that you will try at least one!

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2021 South Bay Archery Lesson’s Annual “Shoot for a Cure” Archery Tournament Benefiting The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Sat, December 4, 2021 @ 9:00 am - Sun, December 5, 2021 @ 7:00 pm


Masks are required for everyone except archers, REGARDLESS of vaccination status
See Restrictions Below for archers

*$40 non-refundable donation
*All Registrants MUST be no younger than 8 years of age to participate and have their own equipment
*On-site registration will be available IF there is space in the archer’s category

Click above to see the prizes!
Prizes are limited to 1 per person even if a person is chosen more than once.

On December 1, 2017 South Bay Archery Lessons officially opened its doors to the public for business at 1300 Kingsdale Ave, Redondo Beach, CA 90278.

Starting in 2018, in commemoration of each year of this location being open we celebrate by hosting a tournament to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society* that is be held over a two days (a weekend only: Saturday & Sunday) where the registration for competing is open to archers all ages over 8 who have their own equipment.

In 2021 in honor of our 4th year of business at our current location our annual tournament will be held on Saturday, December 4 and Sunday, December 5 

  • “Opportunity Drawing” for AWESOME prizes! (prizes donated by Archery Stores and local/chain dining vendors).  Tickets to enter drawing available during archer registration, via direct contact to Coach Lani or at the tournament on the archer’s shooting date.
  • Special event items to support this cause will be available for purchase for the first time in 2021.
  • Proceeds from tickets, registrations and event items go to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society!
  • Possible participation by special visiting “guest” archers and others
  • Possible local media coverage

Registration is limited to the first 18 applications per age classification bracket.
There will be a waitlist for those outside of the first 18 in each category or the option to move to a different age category.

Bow Style Class:  The following bow styles will be available during registration with medals awarded in each class and style at end of each round!
*  Registrants must bring their own bow to use during the tournament.  No equipment rentals.

  • Compound (CB)
  • Olympic Recurve (OR)
  • Barebow Recurve (BB) & Longbow (LB)

Tournament Dates and Times:  Actual date and time set according to your age classification at time of registration.  Please see the age division table

  • All age categories will be shooting a 300 Round (10 ends/3 arrows per end) from the 18 Meter (20 Yard) distance.
  • All age categories will be shooting on a 40 cm target and will have the option for a single spot or a 3 spot target type.
  • Double scoring will be done on 2 paper copies.
  • JOAD archers may shoot up into the next category if they choose to but they may not shoot down.
  • Masters may shoot down into the Senior category but Seniors may not shoot up into the Masters category.

Click above to see the Event “Thank You Gift” Options!
These are additional items that you can receive for special donation amounts if you do not wish to only enter the “Opportunity Drawing”

As of 11/27/2021: Please click on the below document to see most updated rules FOR THIS TOURNAMENT ONLY.

Download the PDF file .

Normal range policy is masks on at times regardless of vaccination status


Sat, December 4, 2021 @ 9:00 am
Sun, December 5, 2021 @ 7:00 pm
Event Categories:


Makanalani Farbman Thatcher
Paul Farbman


South Bay Archery Lessons
1300 Kingsdale Avenue
Redondo Beach, CA 90278 United States
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(310) 404-3665

In addition to those tournaments and events that we listed above as being held over the coming months either at South Bay Archery Lessons or another location, we also have compiled a list of some other tournament posting websites below for your convenience should you wish to search further into the coming year.

 USA Archery (USAA)

“USA Archery is the National Governing Body for the Olympic sport of archery, and is the organization recognized by the U.S. Olympic Committee for the purpose of selecting and training men’s and women’s teams to represent the U.S. in the Olympic, Paralympic, and Pan American Games. USA Archery also selects teams for World Championships, World Cups and other international competitions annually.”  – from USA Archery website

National Field Archery Association (NFAA)

“The National Field Archery Association is a non-profit corporation dedicated to the sport of archery, and is the largest field archery organization in the World. Founded in 1939, the NFAA now consists of 49 chartered state associations and nearly 1,000 affiliated clubs. The NFAA promotes numerous shooting styles including freestyle, freestyle limited, barebow, competitive bowhunter, bowhunter freestyle, freestyle limited, recurve, and traditional.”  – from the National Field Archery Association website

State Archers of California (SAC)

“The State Archers of California (SAC) is the state affiliate of USA Archery (USAA/NAA), the National Governing Body for Olympic archery in the United States. SAC’s objective is to promote and encourage archery throughout the state of California. California residents attain SAC membership concurrent with and integral to their membership in USA Archery.”  – from The State Archers of California website

California Bowmen Hunters / State Archery Association (CBH / SAA)

“California Bowmen Hunters/State Archery Association(CBH/SAA), a NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION, was organized to promote, defend and champion the causes of both target and hunter archers throughout the State of California.”  – from the California Bowmen Hunters / State Archery Association website


This Is For Score

“Find opportunities to participate in qualifiers and tournaments in southern California here.”  – from the This Is For Score website

World Archery (FITA)

“World Archery is the international governing body for the sport of archery. Its mission is to promote and regulate archery worldwide, developing the sport with over 160 member associations through international events, development initiatives and marketing and endorsed by the International Olympic Committee, International Paralympic Committee and International World Games Association, among others. It is responsible for setting the rules and regulations for international archery events, organising the World Archery Championships and for the sport at the Olympic Games, Paralympic Games and World Games.

Founded on 4 September 1931 in Lwow, Poland (now known as Lviv, Ukraine) as Fédération Internationale de Tir à l’Arc or FITA, by seven countries – France, Czech Republic, Sweden, Poland, USA, Hungary and Italy – the international archery federation’s mission was to promote archery worldwide through the unification of rules and development of international events. The name of the federation was officially changed to World Archery at Congress in Turin 2011, following the launch of a modern rebrand in 2009 and the retirement of the FITA identity.”  – from World Archery website


International Field Archery Association (IFAA)

“The IFAA is an archery association that was formally founded 1970 (even though tournaments were already organised in Europe from 1967) when a group of field archers from the USA, Sweden, England, Scotland, Wales and Canada agreed on a set of basic rules by which Field Archery tournaments would be run. We now represent over 50 000 field archers in 45 member countries from all continents. The IFAA is a member of TAFISA, the “The Association for International Sport for All”, an association with over 500 members and which is recognised by the IOC, as well as various other macro bodies.”

Member countries of the IFAA host the World Field Archery Championships in the even years and the World Bowhunter Championships, as well as our Indoor Archery Championships are held in the years after the World Field Championships.”  – from the International Field Archery Association website