With only 200 steel-tip and 200 soft-tip sets, Target are thrilled to welcome, The Third Edition of Elysian. The name Elysian was derived from ancient Greek mythology, meaning ‘perfect, delightful, glorious’. It’s the dart that defines perfection, intricacy, innovation. It challenges the status quo.
It distinguishes between a leader and a follower. It defines the future of darts as we know it. Characterised by Target’s new Saggital Grip (Saggital meaning Arrow – Latin), is mild – yet assured, from the sixty unique rounded arrow head elements. The front of the barrel introduces our new V-Stream cut – 300 individually machined fins set at 45 degrees to 10 axial channels.
Context is everything. Without context, we are unable to fully appreciate anything - in darts, in sport, or in life in general. At the start of the World Championship, the bookmakers believed only three people were more likely to win the title than the two...read more
The Rob Cross fairy tale has been unlike no other. A player who has made history with the most incredible debut year, has now shown the world what he is made of with poise, determination and a humbled elegance. Target spoke with the ‘Voltage’ at the...read more
He has been called The Crafty Potter, The Governor, The Godfather and The Power. He has been described as a winning machine, a competitive animal and a genius. He is Philip Douglas Taylor. It all kicked off in 1986 when Eric Bristow the 5 Time World...read more
THE two Women's Qualifiers for the William Hill World Darts Championship have been confirmed for Dusseldorf and Milton Keynes and will take place in November. Two places for female players will be on offer in the 2018/2019 World Championship at Alexandra...read more
Target's World Champion Rob Cross's debut Premier League season ended in a run to the semi-finals. "Voltage" had produced some stunning displays in his first attempt at the tournament, but he could not overcome world number one Michael van Gerwen at the O2...read more
Target's Premier League pair Rob Cross and Raymond van Barneveld both finished off the league stage of the competition with draws in Aberdeen. Former winner "Barney" hit three ton-plus checkouts and averaged more than 97 in his 6-6 result with...read more