About Darts / Rules

In a game of 501 the object is for one player or a team to be the first to reach zero from starting total of 501.

In simple terms, after three darts are thrown, the throwing player subtracts the total scored from his current total until he reaches zero.

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.

Supporting Files/Documents

Full Rule Book   

Our Team(s)

Winners of the annual Joe Bissett Memorial Dart Tournament held at the branch 11 April 2018.

Winners are from left to right.
Peter Gourlie, Sue Shipman, Lynn Cowen and Norman Armstrong.


Legion Zone F4 Champions

Congratulations Comrades
Legion Zone F4 Senior Darts Champions now advance to Legion District Senior Darts.
The Zone F4 Senior Darts will be held at the Lindsay Legion branch 67 next year (2017).
From left to right: Howie Johnston, Richard Skinner, John Sherman, Howard Nesbitt.

Lindsay Dart Players on National Stage  (April 5, 2013)

Lindsay Legion’s Darryl Scott and Shane Patrick came home from Port Credit on March 16 2013 as the Royal Canadian Legion’s Ontario Provincial Doubles Champions.  We could not be more proud to have our comrades representing us at the Canadian National Championships on May 3rd in Chester Nova Scotia!