To score points in darts, a player must hit any of the numbered portions on the board. A dart that hits outside the outer wire or falls off the board does not score any points. Scores on the dartboard range from one to 20 points, based on the numbered sections on the bo...
The regulation height of a dart board for both soft-tip and steel-tip play is 5 feet 8 inches from the floor to the center of the bulls-eye. The board must be mounted flush to the wall with the "20" at the top, according to Dart Brokers.
The general rules of darts are that all players must stand at the “throw” line, all darts must meet certain specifications, each player throws a maximum of three darts per turn and players cannot touch the dart board until each turn is over. A player may pass or throw f...
To keep score in darts, make a side by side chart for each player, and write down each player's score on every throw. Subtract each score from a base number, usually 501, until a player brings his score down to zero and wins the game.
There are bristle, electronic, coiled paper, wooden, cork and magnetic varieties of dart boards. Bristle dart boards are the most popular type, but electronic dart boards have more features and a more accessible playing style.
Lawn darts are metal, or plastic tipped darts often used in various team lawn games, notes Wikipedia. They are designed to be thrown underhanded toward a target on the ground.
The official rules for the game of darts dictate a minimum throwing distance of 7 feet and 9 1/4 inches, measured horizontally from the board's face. An official throwing line, or toe line, is at least 18 inches long and must be clearly marked at the precise throwing di...