The world’s top 16 PDC dart players compete for the Master's title. This non-ranking event is the first major event following highly successful World Darts Championships. Michael van Gerwen will start as a firm favourite after claiming his third world title at the Ally Pally on the 1st January.
Michael van Gerwen | Michael Smith | Peter Wright | Rob Cross | Daryl Gurney | Dave Chisnall | Mensur Suljovic |Simon Whitlock | Gary Anderson | Darren Webster | Jonny Clayton | Gerwyn Price | James Wade | Joe Cullen | Ian White | Adrian Lewis
Darts just gets bigger and with new stars showing their muscle, 2019 will be a year of change and upset for some of the biggest names in darts. A packed year of TV events continues with the PDC Betvictor Masters 1-3 February live on ITV4 / ITV Sport it is followed by the start of 16 weeks of the PDC Unibet Premier League.
The Premier League Darts starts February 7, at the Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle and will be shown live via Sky Sports and various other channels across the World.
Michael van Gerwen | Rob Cross | Peter Wright | Gary Anderson | Daryl Gurney | Michael Smith | Gerwyn Price | James Wade | Mensur Suljovic | Raymond van Barneveld
The biggest darts open in the world, the Bauhaus Dutch Open, start 1st February 2019. Mark McGeeney has won the past two events and will look to retain his title, that is if he doesn’t gain a PDC Tour Card! Thousands of darts player compete in this event and it is renowned to be one of the hardest tournaments to win.
There is also a ladies and a separate disability event. Disability players/wheelchair users can also compete in the main events. Further details and registration details can be found on the Dutch Open Website.
|1||PDC World Championship Final||London|
|17 - 20||UK Q-School||Wigan|
|26||Challenge Tour 1, 2||Wigan|
|27||Challenge Tour 3, 4||Wigan|
|31 - Feb 1||European Tour S&W Qual 1-4||Germany|
|1 - 3||The Masters||M. Keynes|
|7||Premier League Darts 1||Newcastle|
|14||Premier League Darts 2||Glasgow|
|21||Premier League Darts 3||Dublin|
|28||Premier League Darts 4||Exeter|
|5 - 13||BDO World Championships||Lakeside|
|26 - 27||Romanian Classic /Open||Romania|
|25 - 27||KW Try City Open||Canada|
|1 - 3||Dutch Open||Netherlands|
|15 - 17||Scottish Open||Scotland|
|22 - 24||Celtic Challenge||Wales|
|23 - 24||Slovak Open||Slovakia|
Darts01 is a UK dart information website, covering a number of aspects relating to darts. Here you will find information as regards the history of the sport and dartboards used over time. It is a general information website that has been well researched that I hope all dart players regardless of level can enjoy.
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New players may like to take a look at the darts checkout page where you can download and print a ’01 checkout chart for your own use. These are useful when you are starting to learn the game and can help you memorise two and three dart combination finishes. If you are a disabled player then I have some resource information on this website that you might find useful. This includes the dartboard set-up for a wheelchair user and a copy of the disability regulations. There are also links to the World Disability Darts Association and the British Disability Darts Association on this page.
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Over the years of playing darts and researching the game, I have come across a number of articles that have not been researched correctly. Basically, information that has been provided with good intent but is in fact wrong. I hope to cover a lot of the facts and myths on this website and address a number of the FAQ that has plagued the sport for many a year.
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Michael van Gerwen claimed his third PDC World Title on New Years Day. He beat Michael ‘Bully Boy’ Smith 7-3 in the final.
The final was a numerous affair for both players but Smith failed to show a repeat performance his semi-final match allowing Gerwen to dominate the match.
Glen Durrant claimed his third World Championship title beating Scott Waites. Glen is the second player to win three consecutive World Championships
Mikuru Suzuki wins her first World Championship on her maiden attempt she beat Lorraine Winstanley 3-0