New site is dedicated to highlighting the latest news and best axe throwing facilities in the state, axethrowingnewjersey.com founders report
axethrowingnewjersey.com will reveal what sets top axe throwing bars and clubs like Down the Hatchet, Axehole's Hatchet House, and Bury the Hatchet apart from the rest. With new locations popping up all the time and so many interested in trying the sport out, this brand-new resource is attracting a great deal of attention.— Axe throwing is one of the fastest growing sports of recent times, and a brand new site is making it easy to learn about the best places to participate in New Jersey. A quick visit to
"Axe throwing is a truly enjoyable activity, as those who have experienced the satisfying 'thunk' produced by an accurately tossed hatchet will agree," said axethrowingnewjersey.com founder James Madison. "The explosive growth of recent years has left New Jersey residents with many excellent options to consider, whether for some casual throwing or participation in competitive leagues. Our new site highlights the best axe throwing new jersey has to offer and makes it easy to find the perfect bar or club in any part of the state. We're committed to helping even more people discover the fun and excitement of safe, targeted axe throwing."
The National Axe Throwing Federation traces the modern history of the sport back to the 2006 founding of the Backyard Axe Throwing League (BATL) by a Canadian named Matt Wilson. Although specially designed axes and hatchets had been thrown for sport, hunting, and warfare for centuries, the structure and advocacy the BATL brought to bear on the activity helped turn it into a worldwide phenomenon.
Progress over the course of the twelve years since was amply reflected in this year's Canadian National Axe Throwing Championship in Toronto, for which 5,000-plus participants competed in preliminary events and more than 500 qualified for the first round. On December 15, ESPN will broadcast the 2018 World Axe Throwing Championship from Chicago, with 64 entrants drawn from 21 leagues worldwide vying for a $5,000 prize.
These impressive developments on the competitive front reflect an almost unprecedented groundswell of interest and participation at the grassroots level. A popular national directory of axe throwing bars now lists dozens of locations across the United States where everyone from competitive veterans to first-timers can participate safely. The launch of axethrowingnewjersey.com is now making it even easier to keep up with the best locations and latest news about axe throwing in New Jersey.
Helping Garden State residents become and stay involved with a fun, fast-growing sport, axethrowingnewjersey.com lists and reviews the best axe throwing clubs and bars in New Jersey.
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