Prime Shooter Dave Cousins Claims First Place in Pro Series Archery Event

Dave Cousins
Dave Cousins
G5 Outdoors Prime
G5 Outdoors Prime

Memphis, MI -( G5 Prime Pro Staff Shooter, Dave Cousins and his new Prime One STX bow took home top honors at this year’s Pro Series Archery Event, that was held April 18-19 in For van Lier, Belgium.

This first place award is Cousins’ 8th and is quite the accomplishment as this is an exclusive event in which shooters must meet strict qualifications and be invited to participate. This was the first of the three event Pro Series Archery Events to be held in 2015.

“The European Pro Archery Series is known for having probably the most physically and mentally challenging courses and conditions of any tournament in the world,” noted Cousins. “Thankfully my Prime One STX is the best performing bow I can remember and shoots to the ability I need to make shots that require field smarts.”

Dave Cousins
Dave Cousins

Cousins who had a seven point lead after the first, and held a slim two point lead after day two, saved his best performance for the final day as he finished nine points and 21 X’s above second place. These 21 X’s, allowed Dave to garner the Beiter Archery Accuracy Award, which goes to the competitor with highest X-count.

“This is a great accomplishment for Dave and we are honored to play a role in the win,” stated G5 President Matt Grace. “Dave played an integral role in the development of the Prime One STX Bow, and to see him win with it at such a prestigious event is very gratifying.”

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