Several archers enjoyed a flawless opening day at the Vegas Shoot, the final event in this season's Indoor Archery World Series ©World Archery

Two-time winner Mike Schloesser impressed on the opening day of the Vegas Shoot as the Indoor Archery World Series event began.

The Dutch archer was one of several competitors to enjoy a faultless day at the South Point Hotel Casino and Spa.

Schloesser, winner of the open title in 2015 and 2017, achieved a perfect score of 300 from his 30 arrows.

His effort was matched by France’s Sebastien Peineau and Denmark’s Stephan Hansen, as well as the United States’ Jacob Marlow.

Defending champion Chris Perkins missed out on the perfect score, after one arrow hit the nine ring, giving him a score of 299 for the opening day.

Belgium’s Sarah Prieels, Colombia’s Sara Lopez and South Korea’s So Chaewon also celebrated a flawless opening day after being the only women to achieve 300 points.

A total of 97 archers achieved 300 point rounds across the various categories in Vegas, with senior, young adult and youth events also taking place.

The Vegas Shoot is the largest indoor archery tournament in the world.

It is due to play host to the Indoor Archery World Series Final tomorrow.

The Indoor Archery World Series is a collection of open-entry tournaments for professional and amateur archers.

The 2018-2019 circuit has already featured events in Strassen in Luxembourg, Macau, Rome, Seoul and Nîmes in France.