OPG Award Definitions
We start counting points (keeping records) for members the day we receive the membership paperwork. Before you can qualify to become a local club member, you must be a member of CFDA.
To be eligible to shoot in our club championship invitational, you must be a paid member, have shot in at least 6 club practices that year or have received an invitation to participate.
Championship – Men’s – Ladies – Youth
Is for paid members only. A 4x, last man standing. Men, Ladies and Youth category. 16- & 17-year-olds are a subcategory of the men’s and ladies’ categories and will shoot with them. If we have fewer than 2 youth, they will shoot with the ladies unless only males show up. If this is the case, they will shoot with the men.
Shootists will compete with everyone else. During the championship match there must be at least 2 shootists competing to qualify for the Shootist title. The shootist that is ranked the highest at the end of the competition will be awarded the Shootist Champion title. You must use a long gun during the entire championship and have used a long gun in 60% of the shoots you attended throughout the year.
Gunfighter of the year – Men’s – Women’s
Is for paid members only. Award is given for Men’s and Ladies categories. Youth are included in these categories. At every practice the Gunfighter of the Year Points are calculated by
Top placing = 40 points Top placing = 40 points
Second Place = 37 points Second place = 37 points
Third Place = 35 points Third place = 35 points
Fourth Place = 33 points Fourth place = 33 points
Fifth Place = 31 points Fifth place = 31 points
Sixth Place = 30 points Sixth place = 30 points
For finishes below 6th Place, points will diminish one point per overall place until exhausted.
Points are calculated based on your finish in the bracket rounds. Guest shooters at a practice do not count. Members will move up to take the guests winning spot at a practice shoot. At the end of the year, your highest 18 place points are added together. The highest amount wins each category.
Is for members only. The award is only given to 1 person, no category required. Must attend at least 6 practices. If you join after July, you are not eligible for this award. Shots from your first 3 practices are averaged. Shots from your last 3 practices are averaged. At the end of the year, we subtract the two total averages for a total difference.
Best Dressed – Men’s – Women’s
For those attending the awards banquet. Voted on by those present at the banquet. All attendees qualify for these awards including spouses, children and guests.
Sharpshooter (Most Bull’s Eyes)
Is for members only. The award is only given to 1 person, no category required. All bull’ eyes are recorded throughout the year. The person with the highest number at the end of the year is the winner. To qualify – no part of the shot may be touching the target; it must be completely in the glass.
Doc Holliday (Fastest Time of the Year)
Men’s – Ladies – Youth
Is for members only. At every practice your fastest shot time of the day is recorded. At the end of the year the fastest time recorded for each category – Men’s, Ladies & Youth - is the winner.
Wyatt Earp (No 22’s)
Is for members only. At every practice your shot count of the day is recorded. At the end of the year the person with no 22’s is the winner. Can be awarded as a Men’s & Ladies winner.
Shakiest Gun (Most 22’s)
Is for members only. At every practice your shot count of the day is recorded. At the end of the year the person with the most 22’s (a round with no hits on the target) wins the award.
Pole Cat (Most Pole Shots)
Is for members only. At every practice your pole shots are recorded for the day. At the end of the year the person with the most pole shots wins the award.