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Perhaps this in in the Average Book, but I am curious as to what percentage of shooters are at each average from 85 on up. Like, what percentage are at 99, 98, 97, etc.?
 

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Tbone,

I think this what you were looking for.

Tom


Subject: ATA Average question
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Date: 06-Jul-06 - 02:37 AM ET

Big Al,

I can't find any of my more current average books, but here is that info for the 2003 target year.

Mens

AA 9.39% (2,845); A 25.33% (7,675); B 22.90% (6,940); C 14.91% (4,519); D 27.48 (8,327) (30,306 Total Shooters)

Womens

AA 1.81% (43); A 8.64% (205); B 14.79% (351); C 14.58% (346); D 60.18% (1,428) (2,373 Total Shooters)

In the handicap the yardage spread was fairly even except for the 20 yd line with 32.37% of all men shooters. Oddly enough the 26 yd line was next with 13.49%. The 27 yd line had 9.21% of shooters but shot 20.27% of the targets. This was the highest percentage of target for any yd line. Next was the 20 with 18.20%

Hope this helps.
 
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