Established in 1965, Cressy Bowmen was originally based in Enfield, before moving to it's current home at Rundle Reserve in Salisbury South.
The club shoots weekly on Tuesdays at 9:30am, and Sundays at 9:30am and 1:00pm. Visitors from other clubs are always welcome. Several tournaments are also hosted throughout the year - check the calendar for the latest details.
Cressy Bowmen currently has a high rate of membership, and enjoys a friendly relaxed club atmosphere with a good side of social life.
The club was named for The Battle of Cressy. The Battle of Cressy was a major engagments in the Hundred Years' War in the year 1346 where British forces armed with longbows succecfully defeated a much larger French force. The battle is regarded as a major driving force in archery becoming common place amount western culture.
Cressy Bowmen is recognised as a STARCLUB by the Government of South Australia. This represents clubs which are well-run, where quality coaches and officials work alongside valued volunteers in a safe and welcoming environment.