Camp Minden, LA- Chance Beaubouef’s SuperDrive arrows continue to find the scoring rings under immense competitive pressure. For the second time this season, Chance took the championship in the main Open Pro class and posted back-to-back wins at the 2023 ASA Easton/Hoyt Pro Am in Louisiana. After a dominating win at Ft. Benning at last month’s ASA, Chance took first place and continues to rack up points as the season’s most successful 3D competitor.
Other SuperDrive shooters also found success this weekend. Hoyt’s Tony Tazza reached the podium in the senior men’s category shooting the .25 bore. Erin McGladdery also took the podium with her Superdrive 25 in the hotly contested Women’s Pro category.
Easton’s line of SuperDrive arrows is the most versatile full carbon target arrow made today with models ranging from the all-new Superdrive Micro to the Las Vegas-winning Superdrive 27. Get yours today at your authorized Easton dealer or visit www.eastonarchery.com for details on the full line of SuperDrive target axes.