Column #566 In the days before DartConnect…

In the old days before DartConnect, someone named Sarah Parsons chiseled into a block of stone what became revered as the Ten Commandments for Keeping Score. Read More »

Column #565 Do dogs understand darts?

It occurred to me after reading a Dave Barry commentary about whether dogs watch television that it was far past time to address one of the most vital of life’s mysteries... Read More »

Column #564 Darts in America – 2000 vs. 2018

According to a survey conducted in the year 2000 by the American Darts Organization the average dart player in this country was 38 years old... Read More »

Column #563 Rest in Peace, John McCain

Tucked away somewhere in the “sweaty hubbub of Vietnam’s capital of Hanoi is an air-conditioned oasis of American military life they call ‘The Ranch.'” Read More »

Column #562 Still more darts wanderlust (Cape Town and Bangkok)

“Now when I was a little chap,” recalled Joseph Conrad at the beginning of Heart of Darkness, “I had a passion for maps. I would look for hours at South America, or Read More »

 

Welcome to Dartoid’s World!

On a challenge, he bicycled 2,000 miles from Dublin to Moscow. He rode a dug-out canoe down Botswana’s hippo-infested Bora River. He whitewater rafted Zimbabwe’s mighty Zambezi River. He tracked endangered mountain gorillas deep into Uganda’s Impenetrable Forest. He ventured 500 miles up the Congo River in search of elephant poachers, and found them!

But what defines this adventure traveler, and earned him his nickname, is his absolute commitment to the sport of darts. When he isn’t engrossed in league competition or tournament play, he travels the world in search of the elusive Holy Grail – the perfect game in the perfect darts-dive. And, of course, the perfect beer. In a phrase, Dartoid does darts. And he’s done it everywhere.

On six of seven continents, Dartoid’s gone toe-to-toe and mug-to-mug with some of the best shooters, and best drinkers, on the planet. From Beijing to Toronto, Tokyo to Johannesburg, Bangkok to Rome, Dartoid’s stood at the line, often in the most unbelievable of circumstances.

The result is Dartoid’s World, a darts column which is simply – unique. This is the same (but unedited) column that, since 1995, has been featured by Bull’s Eye News, the American Darts Organization’s (ADO) Double Eagle and numerous other darts publications and websites around the globe.

Mixing humor and vignettes of local life with useful tips for darters who find themselves at the ends of the earth with nowhere to throw, Dartoid’s World is a must-read, the most widely read column about darts in the world. So grab your arrows and a beer, and start clicking away…

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Darts In Havana, Cuba
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Angkor Wat, Cambodia
Throw darts, not dogs! (Sydney, Australia)
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Northern Lights (North Pole, Alaska)
White-haired people in Italy
Machu Picchu
This tiger ate my hat (Manila, Philippines)
A little friend (Hanoi, Vietnam)
Uganda
The Berlin Wall
Shooting pool in Baguio City, Philippines
Blow darts (Santa Elena, Venezuela)
Iceland
The Azores
Somewhere in Poland
Lost in Belarus
Somewhere in Indonesia
Okavango Delta (Zimbabwe)
These ain't girls! (Pattaya, Thailand)
Heavy darts (Kenya)
These guys don't throw cricket, they eat them (Bwindi, Africa)
Lost a match to an elephant (Thailand)
Red Square, Moscow
Maun, Botswana
Victoria Falls, Zambia
With a little friend on the ices floes off the Magdalen Islands, Quebec, Canada
"Negotiating" in Ho Chi Minh City
In the air, somewhere over Zaire
Minsk - this Russian could open a beer bottle with his EYE!
South Africa
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