ADC Flagship Tour Returns for 2024

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The Amateur Darts Circuit’s flagship tour will listen to its players and revert to its original prize format, as per the Winmau Championship concept, but with the increased number of tournaments which were staged last year on the Winmau Open Series. 

16 Events will take place throughout the year in 2 different venues, with the first 8 tournaments to be hosted at the Eston Sports Academy in Middlesbrough.

The remaining tournaments from the 29th of June onwards will move to Bradmoor Farm in Aylesbury, a venue which has been used in the Vault Round Robin competitions previously. 

Each competition will not award the winner a place on the MODUS Super Series like in 2023, but instead revert to awarding £1000 to each tournament winner, the same structure which was used in 2022. Players had expressed preference for cash prizes on these tour days.

Four competitions will take place on each weekend of the Winmau Championship Tour, and points will be awarded depending on how far you progress in each tournament. 

The Top 8 players in the Championship Tour will earn a place at the Live Lounge, where a finals competition will be held on the 16th of November. 

A guaranteed £1000 is there to be won if you make at least the Final at the end of the year in Portsmouth, whilst the winner’s share is at £2000. 

World Youth Champion Luke Littler, ADC Number 1 Adam Mould, recent Champions Week winner Scott Taylor and PDC Tour Card holder Rhys Griffin all claimed success on last year’s Winmau Open Series. 

Adam Smith Neale and Adam Warner won on the 2022 Winmau Championship Tour in its debut year, with the two Adam’s going onto make the Pro Tour at 2023 UK Qualifying School. Adam Atkinson and Stve Brown were amongst the other winners of individual events 

The first Championship Tour’s will take place on the 30th and 31st of March, where Events 1-4 will stage in Middlesbrough before a return to the Northeast at the end of May for Events 5-8. 

Darts World Ambassador Colin Osborne reached a pair of quarter finals back on his home turf and may well be looking to go further this year as his grassroots form has been superb in recent months. He added previously that 

The organisation and facilities are fantastic, outside the PDC these were the best staged events I’ve had ever attended

A whopping £52,000 is being put into the 2024 Winmau Championship Tour. To register head over to Darts Atlas and sign up for your chance to compete. 

Registration costs £20 and you will guarantee your money back should you make the Last 32 in any of the 16 tournaments being staged through the year. 


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