Phil Taylor claimed an eighth World Series of Darts title, and a seventh in Australia as he overcame Peter Wright 11-8 in the final of the inaugural Unibet Melbourne Darts Masters.
Phil Taylor will meet New Zealand’s Cody Harris in the first round of the inaugural Unibet Melbourne Darts Masters on Friday.
Darts has been given a stamp of approval by the British public after topping an independent poll as the UK sport with the highest integrity.
Kyle Anderson won his first televised PDC title at the Auckland Darts Masters.
Kyle Anderson won his first televised PDC title at the Auckland Darts Masters in his home country of Australia.
Top seeds Gary Anderson and Peter Wright crashed out of the 2017 Auckland Darts Masters, presented by TAB & Burger King, on the opening night as Australian pair Kyle Anderson and Corey Cadby showed their class at the Trusts Arena.
Kyle Anderson and Dave Chisnall claimed the Players Championship title in Barnsley over the weekend, with Anderson claiming his maiden PDC title.
Phil Taylor and Michael van Gerwen will resume their rivalry in September's Champions League of Darts.
The dates for the 2017/18 World Darts Championship have been confirmed with the final taking place on New Year's Day.
Surprise World Matchplay semi-finalist Daryl Gurney has been invited to compete in the World Series of Darts events in Auckland, Melbourne and Perth.
'Peter Wright came up short because he played the most successful player the world of darts has ever seen" - Wayne Mardle applauds Phil Taylor's last World Matchplay triumph.
Phil Taylor admitted his 16th - and last - World Matchplay title was a "bonus" after his produced another stunning performance to see off Peter Wright.
Phil Taylor signed off at the Winter Gardens with a 16th World Matchplay victory on Sunday night as he saw off Peter Wright in emphatic fashion.
Here's a look at why Phil 'The Power' Taylor towers above the rest of planet darts when it comes to the World Matchplay in Blackpool.
World No 1 Michael van Gerwen said his World Matchplay quarter-final hammering at the hands of Phil Taylor on Friday night "felt like torture".
Phil Taylor has "no weakness" and "has proven that he is still one of the very best in the world," says Sky Sports darts analyst Rod Harrington.
Phil Taylor continued his remarkable quest for a 16th World Matchplay title after crushing Adrian Lewis to set up a meeting with Peter Wright on Sunday.