No doubt, even the earliest darters had a desire to take on opponents in a test of dart-throwing skill.
Organizing competition, for darts and most other sports, often means starting a league. Darts leagues might consist of a dozen or so darters in a local bar, a city or county league, state, or national organizations.
Darting groups may go by various names: League, Association, Organization, or Club.
Any sizable darts organization will generate more administrative work than one or two people can handle, so a group of club officers is usually elected to split up the various tasks.
Here are some typical dart league officer positions, and descriptions of their common duties:
The League Directory software has been updated, and now it is easy for you to add your own darts association or league to the Directory.
Just below the heading of this page, click on the link that says: ADD LISTING. The entry form is pretty much self-explanatory.
Note: To prevent spam and other vandalism, all entries must be approved by the site admin before posting.