Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Easton Foundations Gator Cup? This is an outdoor target archery tournament that complies with World Archery and USA Archery rules. The Easton Foundations Gator Cup is a USAT Qualifier Series Event. This means it is part of the series of events co-hosted by USA Archery that help to determine the national team for archery, called the United States Archery Team (USAT).
Membership: All participants must be a current member of USA Archery. For non members a temporary membership can be purchased at the link below for $15. https://webpoint.usarchery.org/wp/Memberships/Join.wp
My country is not sending a team. Can I still compete? Yes, this is an open tournament and you can register directly with the tournament.
What categories are offered?
Recurve Men, Women, Junior, College Sr., College Jr., Cadet and Masters
Compound Men, Women, Junior, College Sr., College Jr., Cadet and Masters
What rounds are offered? Participants will shoot a 72 arrow Qualification Round. The top 64 archers per category (following the Qualification Round) will compete in Elimination Round match play. Senior World Team Trials final selection will be held on Monday, May 29th. Scores from both Arizona Cup qualifications and Gator Cup qualifications will be factored into the selection. For more information, Click Here.
Are there separate classes (age/gender)? Yes, archers are categorized by age, gender and equipment type.
Are there equipment or dress code rules? Yes, equipment and dress code must comply with USA Archery and World Archery rules, including footwear. Review the Dress Code and rules: Dress Code
Is there day-of tournament registration? No, all archers must register and pay in advance to reserve a shooting spot. Space is limited to the capacity of the venue.
What is the facility like? The Easton Foundations Gator Cup is held at the Easton Newberry Sports Complex (ENSC). The ENSC is located in Newberry, Florida, just 16 miles west of Gainesville. The Easton Foundations Archery Center is a cornerstone of the Easton Newberry Sports Complex. For more information visit esdf.org/newberry/