We have a series of Dart Articles that we've added over time. You'll find games similar to American darts, and dart throwing advice.
We also have a section on Vintage Darts with pictures of darts and boards from days long gone by.
There isn't a lot of information on the net about American Style Darts, but if you're looking to do some surfing, here's a few sites of interest.
Leagues and Organizations
The people who put on the PA State Dart Tournament are the American Baseball Dart Association. They should soon have a full website where you can find things like their by-laws and tournament information.
The Delco Dart League site was down last time I visited. If they put the site back up, I'll be glad to link over to some of their pages. They have some "make me chuckle" pictures that are worth sharing.
As I find resources, I'll post them here. For the most part, if you find something on the net that says "American Darts", it just means they're from America. That's not the style of darts they play.
If you have a site you think should be listed here, just contact us.
There are just a few websites based on American Dart players. They include:
Darin Young - a top ranked American shooter.
Johnny K who is the second ranked player in the database.
Both of their sites focus on the English Pub dart shooting that they do, but they also happen to be the best American Dart shooters in the world as well.
Visit the American Darts Database to see the current rankings of active American Dart shooters. They provide the official stats and averages for PA States and the Nationals tournament.
Here is a link to the Natalie Dart Cabinets. Generally, the gentleman who manufactures these pieces does a small run of them near the holidays. They are definitely different than the classic green cabinets with the spinner scoreboards, and I like them better. We've run several leagues and tournaments with these pieces.
For lack of a better place to put it, here's a page with a blown-up picture of the distance for the shooter line written right on a Widdy Board.
And here's a site that is useful for anyone who on the lookout for general games information.
Another non-dart site to mention is run by a friend of mine at USA Pool Halls. He's a gamer from way back, and by that I mean from before the videogame craze. That's way back. So, it's not surprising that he has a couple of sites dedicated to what we used to call "box games", like scrabble and the timeless classic, monopoly.