Research shows that about 17 million Americans play darts and globally, this number will be much higher. Though darts started as a pub game, it has gained popularity over the years with prize money and the level of competition being at an elite level. Related – How much do professional dart players make Part of […]
Darts are the most important piece of equipment when playing darts. Here we cover different types of darts, reviews, setups and recommendations.
The first set of darts that most people throw is either the generic brass darts that come with a dartboard set or a cheap set of brass/nickel darts. If, however, you want to up your game, tungsten darts are going to be the best options. Tungsten darts allow for a slimmer dart without needing to
For anyone used to playing darts on a bristle board with steel tip darts (the traditional way to play darts) the popularity and temptation to test out the soft tip game of darts played on an electronic dartboard is ever-growing. The soft tip game has taken America and Asia by storm over the last decade
If you play darts in the UK then chances are you’re only familiar with steel tip darts. Steel tip darts played on a bristle dartboard are the traditional way to play darts and it’s also how the game is played at the professional level. Any other type of dart is usually considered to be a
Darts come in a variety of weights from 14g – 50g so it can seem a little daunting when you first browse the weight section for darts. With that said, most people playing darts will use a weight of 21g – 24g for steel tip darts or 16g – 20g for soft tip darts. Keep