2003 World Grand Prix (darts)

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Paddy Power World Grand Prix
Tournament information
Dates 20–26 October
Venue Citywest Hotel
Location Dublin
Country Republic of Ireland
Organisation(s) PDC
Format

Sets

"double in, double out"
Prize fund £76,000
Winners share £15,000
High checkout 170 England Alan Warriner
Champion(s)
England Phil Taylor
«2002 2004»

This was the 6th edition of the World Grand Prix. Paddy Power was the sponsor for the second year in row. This years competition saw the champions of the last two years face each other in the Quarter-Finals. Phil Taylor beat Alan Warriner 4-1. We also had a Phil Taylor John Part Final for the second year in a row with Phil Taylor winning 7-2 this time.

Prize money[edit]

Position (num. of players) Prize money
Winner (1) £15,000
Runner-up (1) £7,500
Semi-finalist (2) £4,750
Quarter-finalist (4) £2,500
Second round losers (8) £1,750
First round losers (16) £1,250

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Round One
Best of 3 sets
Round Two
Best of 5 sets
Quarter Finals
Best of 7 sets
Semi Finals
Best of 11 sets
Final
Best of 13 sets
                             
1 England Phil Taylor 2
England Steve Beaton 0
1 England Phil Taylor 3
England Dennis Priestley 0
  England Peter Evison 1
England Dennis Priestley 2
1 England Phil Taylor 4
8 England Alan Warriner 1
8 England Alan Warriner 2
England Bob Anderson 0
8 England Alan Warriner 3
England Keith Deller 0
  Northern Ireland Roy Montgomery 0
England Keith Deller 2
1 England Phil Taylor 6
4 Netherlands Roland Scholten 1
5 England Colin Lloyd 2
Wales Richie Burnett 0
5 England Colin Lloyd 3
England Mark Walsh 1
  Republic of Ireland Martin Murphy 0
England Mark Walsh 2
5 England Colin Lloyd 0
4 Netherlands Roland Scholten 4
4 Netherlands Roland Scholten 2
England John Lowe 0
4 Netherlands Roland Scholten 3
England Denis Ovens 1
  England Dave Askew 0
England Denis Ovens 2
1 England Phil Taylor 7
2 Canada John Part 2
2 Canada John Part 2
England Alex Roy 0
2 Canada John Part 3
England Wayne Mardle 2
  Northern Ireland John Magowan 0
England Wayne Mardle 2
2 Canada John Part 4
England Kevin Painter 1
7 England Ronnie Baxter 1
England Kevin Painter 2
  England Kevin Painter 3
England Andy Jenkins 0
  England Andy Jenkins 2
England Mark Dudbridge 1
2 Canada John Part 6
3 England Peter Manley 3
6 England Dennis Smith 2
England Les Fitton 1
6 England Dennis Smith 3
Scotland Jamie Harvey 0
  Scotland Jamie Harvey 2
England Alan Caves 1
6 England Dennis Smith 2
3 England Peter Manley 4
3 England Peter Manley 2
England Peter Allen 0
3 England Peter Manley 3
England Paul Williams 1
  England Paul Williams 2
Republic of Ireland Mattie Murtagh 0

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