I have one here in Dallas that we shoot at. Its a great tool for lots of reasons. For example, we have a wooded walking range where we compete. The lanes are not visible until you reach the ends of them, and the path takes you up and down a small hill, over a ridge...etc. Targets are 3-D and range from a turkey up to a Raptor, and the distances are adjusted anywhere from ten to sixty yards. Challenges can be timed, accuracy, or both. It seriously makes you have to work hard at knowing your pin settings, distances, and the added challenge of getting shots off in a timely manner.
This is an example of only one 'game' we play. The access to bow hunters and experts, the friends you make and more all contribute to making a club a great and fun place to be. I'd suggest it to anyone, if they want to find folks who share their bow likes and enjoyment.