Very pleasant atmosphere and people at X10 Archery! I had my first lesson as a beginner with Tam and he was wonderful, patient and explained safety and technique very clearly.
Lots of help from staff and other regulars. Great place.
A new student will typcally be asked what is their interest level in archery. It could be recreational, bowhunting, 3D, or target archery. This will help us carve out the way forward. We provide equipment for all students, but will gladly work with existing equipment. We will also ask to look at any existing equipment to make sure that it is appropriate for the purpose.
When we know the direction for the student, we will then make recommedations on the frequency of lessons and/or equipment. The most important thing is practice!! It is crucial that all students are practicing their newly learned skills in order to see an improvement.
Owner/operator, Lynda LeCompte, has been coaching since 2010, and has received USA Archery certification training at levels 2, 3 and 4. Lynda is one of only two coaches, in the state of Texas, who is able to certifiy level 3 coaches.
All staff and instructors at X10 Archery are USA Archery certified to teach.
Lesson prices are as follow:
Level 2 instrucor pool: $40/e or $30/e for groups
Level 3 Coach: $45/e or $35/e for groups
Level 4 Coach: $50/e or $35/e for groups
Groups can be up to four people.
Lessons can be booked here:
Lynda started teaching after volunteering at the Pearland Archery Club in 2010.
We work with students from 8 - 80. We will work with younger students on a case by case basis, after consultation with the parent.
We work with para athletes, students on the spectrum with autism and aspergers. Our staff have much experience and patience for working will many types of students. We often find that archery is a great fit for some where other sports have not been suitable.
When you choose an instructor or coach, you are not tied in with that person forever. A good instructor will know their limits and if it is time to recommend working with another instructor or coach.
Sometimes, a student may not like the style of their instructor, and that is OK, too. We understand that. The most important thing is for a student to be comfortable with the style and teaching ability of whom they are working with.