And if you reschedule, what happens if the weather is forecast bad on that day? Do you reschedule again? What about those who've booked more time off and lashed out for B and B?
It makes more sense to say, it was going to be a wash out or a blow out day, amber alert given by the Met Office, danger of falling trees, few would have gone anyway, shoot dropped, that is it.
And just write that in the rules for a future season; if a shoot has to be called off in advance due to such things, it's just dropped and the scoring and showdown qualification adjusted accordingly.
Also, take out cancellation insurance for the season, covering any one shoot in that season, regardless of venue. Cover to include compensation for all those directly affected, the BFTA, the club, the region, the shooters who are out of pocket.