Skipper Booth's name was inscribed on the 2013 champion's check for $15,000, but 19 other archers were also on the money list, including runner up, Larry Goza. Larry was given a check for $819 and the keys to a new Yamaha Grizzly 450. In a strange twist of fate, Goza's wife won a second Yamaha Grizzly 450 in a Buckmasters range raffle, but that's another story.
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Skipper Booth scooped a handful of fresh confetti, stuffed it in his pocket and fist pumped as he exited the 2013 Top Bow Indoor World Championship. It was clearly evident the Northport, Ala., native was savoring every moment after winning the Buckmasters competition, the highest paying single event in tournament archery.
Newcomer surprises field while early rounds leader fails to qualify. Friday and Saturday quarterfinal rounds have narrowed the 2013 Top Bow World Championship field to eight elite archers. These late-Saturday pairings will determine who shoots in Sunday's semifinal rounds:
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