Unleash your inner Katniss or Legolas at these archery clubs in Singapore.
Whether you’re inspired by bow-wielding heroes in fantasy flicks or just want to try a unique activity or alternative date idea, archery is worth a shot. Formerly a traditional skill to have, old school archery is now a lot less focused on hunting and instincts. Now, it’s more about accuracy and precision when it comes to hitting the targets. Still, it’s quite a rare feat. Interested? Here are archery clubs in Singapore for you to try your hand at the sport.
Where to learn archery in Singapore
1. Ace Archery
Run by experienced coaches and trainers, Ace Archery provides courses for all levels. It also organises archery-related activities, projects and events. To date, it has conducted courses for over 100 schools, institutions and community centres.
Ace Archery, 203B Compassvale Road, Singapore 542203
2. Telok Blangah Archery Club
(Currently unavailable for new members and new archery classes)
For the busy bees who only have weekends for downtime, the Telok Blangah Archery Club is perfect. It’s open on Sundays, and anyone can sign up for an archery session – it accommodates all levels of proficiency. It also holds parent and child sessions, which is a great opportunity for bonding.
Telok Blangah Archery Club, 80 Telok Blangah Street 31, Singapore 100080
3. Pasir Ris Elias Archery Club
If you’re living in the east and want to pick up archery, the Pasir Ris Elias Archery Club is a pretty chill community that holds fun shooting sessions and archery courses at the open-air range. These folks have regular shooting sessions on select weekday evenings (perfect for the after-work crowd), and start early on weekends.
Pasir Ris Elias Archery Club, 93 Pasir Ris Drive 3, Singapore 519498
4. Flaming Arrows Archery Club
Established in 2005, the Flaming Arrows Club specialises in introductory courses for beginners. It also has its own archery range in Marsiling. Besides courses, you can book family or corporate sessions, or more in-depth classes on fine-tuning your form and execution (available for members only).
Flaming Arrows Archery Club, #04-02, 35 Marsiling Industrial Estate Road 3, Singapore 739257
5. Combat Archery
Like laser tag but with bow and arrows, Combat Archery is good for those who just want a short but exciting brush with the sport. It combines elements of paintball and dodgeball in a fast-paced game that will keep you on your toes. The more the merrier!
Combat Archery, multiple locations including Lavender, Mountbatten and Turf City
6. DM Archery
Pumped up for a casual shoot or a fun sesh with your crew? Or perhaps you’re practising for a competition? DM Archery is ready to help you build your interest in the sport. If you’re just starting out, the friendly staff will guide you through the steps. You’ll be a pro in no time!
DM Archery, The Cage Sports Park, 220 Turf Club Road, Singapore 287994
7. Archery Club of Singapore
Start ‘em young! With a range of junior courses for the youth, this place regularly holds sessions that are accessible and affordable to the public. Adults are not forgotten, either – you can sign up for beginner classes here.
Archery Club of Singapore, Punggol South Archery Centre, Block 542, Hougang Avenue 8, Singapore 530542
8. Salt & Light Archery
With courses suitable for all age groups, from four-year-olds to senior citizens, this spot offers a fun bonding activity for the whole family. Novices can go for the beginner course to learn more about the sport, basic rules and the assembly of a recurve bow.
Salt & Light Archery, multiple locations including West Coast and Punggol
9. The Archery Academy
Whether you’re an experienced archer who wants to hone your skills or you’re just interested to try the sport, The Archery Academy has classes for all – complete with all the equipment you’ll need. Shoot your bows at the 70m archery range with a well-paved shooting line, shelter and shade for hot or rainy days.
The Archery Academy, #01-02V, 100 Turf Club Road, Singapore 287992
Who’s ready to wield the bow and arrow as you pick up archery skills in Singapore?