Welsh Open

The BDO Welsh Open returns to Prestatyn over the weekend 18th - 21st May 2012.

The Welsh Open, which provides BDO Ranking Points, is organised by the Welsh Darts Organisation and affiliated with the British Darts Organisation and has been staged annually since 1988.  Since 2008 the event has been staged at the Pontins holiday camp in Prestatyn, North Wales.

The tournament consists of the following competitions: 
  • Red Dragon Darts Open Men’s Singles
  • Red Dragon Darts Open Women’s Singles
  • Pontins Men’s & Women’s Pairs
  • Pontins Mixed Open Pairs
  • Welsh Inter-County Team Event
  • Pontins Youth Singles Open
The Singles is a BDO Invitation list event and is open to all players who are eligible to play in the Winmau World Masters and the Lakeside World Professional Championships and also carries WDF, I.D.P.A. and Welsh Ranking Systems Points.

Players with the most tournament victories (2 each) are Ross Montgomery, Ronnie Baxter, Richie Burnett, Gary Anderson whilst John Walton claims the most appearances with 10.

The competition held over the weekend give guests plenty of opportunity to win some great prizes. But Prestatyn Sands has a great deal more to offer than just darts. Fancy something new? There is a whole range of sports and activities just for you. Cabaret Acts, Comedians, Magicians, Karaoke... you’ll find it all and so much more at the Family Entertainment Centre. But, before you get set for a night of entertainment head to one of our popular restaurants for a slap-up meal. There’s something to tempt everyone’s taste buds. 

Facilities include

Character Store, Queen Vic pub, Restaurant ballroom and nightclub, Modern accommodation, Fast food takeaways, Captain Croc’s Adventureland with Little Tikes play area, Adventure activities childrens club, Captain Croc’s Driving School, H2O Zone heated swimming pool.

The BDO cannot accept responsibility for errors which may occur in any of the tournament information provided. All enquiries should be addressed directly to the tournament organisers.