Dart Board Dimensions and Sizes
This website contains both metric and imperial measurements to set-up the standard ‘clock’ or ‘London’ dartboard. Those of you with a keen eye will know that the 5’8" is in fact 172.72cm not 173cm as illustrated so what should the height be? In order to reach zero each player must finish by throwing a double i.e. if player one has 36 remaining he must hit double 18 to win, while if player two has 45 remaining he must hit single 5, double 20 to win - or a another combination of scores provided the final dart scores on a double. The idea here is to be able to angle the light to create an overlap or a cross lighting effect, which will minimize shadows from each directional spot light. Most homeowners prefer a three-light-mount configuration that can be installed on the ceiling. They are more dense than Brass or Nickel/Silver darts. Tungsten is also a very durable material, and the machined grip will not wear down as quickly as on Brass or Nickel/Silver darts. Nickel/Tungsten darts are made of a high-tech material composed of Tungsten particles bound together with Nickel. This means smaller diameter barrel, better "feel", and tighter possible groups on the dartboard.