The 2020 Indoor Archery World Series kicked off last week at the Macau Open in China. It marked the beginning of the 2020 tournament season and the first event for Hoyt shooters to prove the all-new Hoyt INVICTA.
Mike "Mister Perfect" Schloesser wasted no time proving the accuracy of the Hoyt INVICTA by shooting a perfect score of 600 during the ranking round, matching his own world record score.
“I’m super happy with it, and to be honest, to do it at the beginning of the year is even better. It feels really good” said Mike. "Like I said before, this is the all-around best feeling bow I have ever shot."
Shooting a perfect score of 600 means Schloesser shot 60 arrows at 18 meters and never missed the dime-size Vegas X-ring. To pull that off, everything has to be dialed - his form, his execution, his mental game and of course, his equipment. He can't afford to compromise in any of those areas. To make things even more impressive, Schloesser went on to shoot 126 straight X's during eliminations meaning he shot another perfect 600 round and then some. He only missed 3 Vegas X's for the entire weekend. Truly amazing!
Congratulations on being perfect, Mikey, and proving what the INVICTA is built to do!
I’m super happy with it, and to be honest, to do it at the beginning of the year is even better. It feels really good!