The Inverness Field Archery Club was established in 1986 and exists to foster and promote Field Archery as a sport.
The club's outdoor course (set in a large woodland area about 10 miles south of Nairn) has 28 marked distance targets with the occasional 3D unmarked distance shots. A comprehensive practice area is also provided.
They promote all IFAA shooting styles, including the use of the longbow, American Flatbow, Recurve and Compound bows.
Regular fun shoots are held each month in the summer, with the occasional SFAA classification shoots for those club members and visitors wishing to take part. In the winter the club also practices indoor and train up new members, young and old alike.
They have a number of very experience coaches, five of whom are accredited and recognised by the International Field Archery Association. "Beginner's Classes" are held on a Tuesday evening during the winter months and these take place 7:30 to 9:30pm in the sports hall of the Free Church in Smithton.
It's members have won many competitions and have competed nationally, internationally and worldwide!
Indoor Club nights are held on a Thursday 7pm - 10pm (except 1st Thursday of each month) During the months November to March the club participate in the British Postal League "Portsmouth" and "Frostbite" competitions and hold a club "handicapped" competition in March.