Darts is a fun game that can be played by anyone of any age. It doesn’t matter if you’re a child, a teenager, or an adult, everyone enjoys the simplicity and excitement of playing darts.
Here you’ll find articles and guides that will teach you how to play darts, as well as how to setup your boards and other games you play with your arrows.
It can be difficult to light a dartboard, especially if you’ve not done it before. In this article, we’ll show you the best way to light a dartboard so you’ll be able to see it clearly whilst playing.
This handy tool is designed to help you calculate your average score for a given set of darts throws.
This guide will teach you how to play 10 dart games in 7 minutes of reading!
Around the world is a fun darts game to play with friends and regardless of experience, you can all play together.
Everything you need to know about lefties playing gdarts.
High score darts is one of the simplest dart games to learn – here is how to play in a nutshell.
The bullseye in darts is the small, innermost circle on the dartboard. It is worth 50 points.
In this beginners guide, we’ll explain the different parts of a dart and what they do.
Why don’t dart players aim for bullseye and other beginner dart questions.
Let’s take a closer look at how dartboards are numbered and how this sequence can affect your game.
If you have a broken dart shaft that is stuck in your dart barrel, don’t worry!
Check out some of the best ideas for dartboard backings that are cheap and cheerful.
Looking at the difference between steel tip and soft tip darts – their advantages, disadvantages to help you decide which is best for you.
Advice on how to improve your dart game by identifying the most common mistakes we see in darts players.
Professionals dart players always need to be prepared – but when heading off to a pro match, what do they carry around in their cases?
The easy way to keep track of your score is with our printable darts scoresheets. Easy to download and keep on your phone or computer or print straight off from our website. Pop your email address into the box and we'll send them straight to you.