Q. How can I join the World Axe Throwing League and compete in tournaments? - Come visit us and ask about the league! It is open to the public and currently accepting new members! Our league nights are Thursday and Sunday 7-9pm. Book an appointment during that time and we'll see you there! No experience is necessary, but if you're rubbish you might not win...
Q. What are your league times? - Our league times are Thursday & Sunday, 7-9pm every week.
Q: Whaaaaaaaat? What is 'social axe throwing'? - Our trained axe-throwing instructors keep you safe and quickly teach you everything you need to know throw a hatchet or tomahawk. Once you are comfortable with one style axe, we can also show you other axe styles and other throwing styles. You'll find one that you like and you'll enjoy sinking into a target with some friends!
Q: How heavy are the axes? - Our axes generally range from 1/2 pound to 1-1/2 pounds. No, they are not very heavy. Most are about the same weight as your average hammer.
Q: How old do you have to be to throw an axe? - 18 years old or 13 years old with a parent's signature on our release form.
Q: Am I too old or too weak to throw an axe? - No.
Q: Can I bring my own axe?- Yes! BUT... Please present them to our staff upon arrival. They will need to be inspected for safety. We may tell you that your axe is not safe or it will be too damaging to our targets.
Q: What if I'm no good? (yes people ask this...) - That's fine! We are all teachers here and LIVE to help you feel comfortable and improve the way you throw and most importantly have fun doing it!
Q: How many people can I bring? - ALL OF THEM! Yes! We now have a huge facility and can accommodate up to 72 people throwing axes at the same time!! We allow 6 people per target. You'll see on our booking page that you can select the number of people you'd like to bring and how long you want to throw.
Q: Is Axe Throwing Safe? - YES! A quick safety brief is mandatory for anyone who has not thrown before. And if you use the proper throwing technique shown to you by our trained staff, not only is axe throwing safe, but it's also more fun because you'll be sticking that target like a pro!
Q: But.. but... Have you seen the lady that almost got hit in the face with an axe? - Yes... we have seen that video. If you look close you'll notice that the floor is rubber and the axe handle is also rubber. This makes for an unsafe environment. Our facility strictly adheres to the World Axe Throwing League regulations for this and many other reasons.