2005 UK Open

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2005 Budweiser UK Open
Tournament information
Dates10–12 June 2005
VenueReebok Stadium
LocationBolton
Country England
Organisation(s)PDC
FormatLegs
Prize fund£124,000
Winners share£30,000
Nine-dart finishEngland Phil Taylor
Champion(s)
England Phil Taylor
«2004 2006»

The 2005 Budweiser UK Open was the third year of the darts tournament organised by the Professional Darts Corporation. 170 players took part in the competition, which was held at the Reebok Stadium, Bolton, between 10–12 June 2005.

Phil Taylor eventually took the trophy with a 13–7 final victory over Mark Walsh.

The tournament also featured Phil Taylor's third televised nine-dart finish in his semi-final victory over Roland Scholten.

2004/2005 UK Open Regional Finals[edit]

26 September 2004 (Welsh) Phil Taylor 2–0 Tom Wilson [1]
17 October 2004 (Irish) Phil Taylor beat Mark Walsh [2]
12 November 2004 (Scottish) Andy Smith 2–1 Gary Anderson[3]
19 January 2005 (North East) Steve Hine 2–0 Bob Anderson[4]
6 February 2005 (South West) Andy Smith 2–0 Andy Jenkins[5]
6 March 2005 (Southern) Denis Ovens 2–1 Mark Dudbridge[6]
20 March 2005 (North West) Alex Roy 2–1 Ronnie Baxter[7]
10 April 2005 (Midlands) Jimmy Mann 2–0 Mark Walsh[8]

Prize Money[edit]

[9]
Champion: £30,000
Runner up: £15,000
Semi-finalists: £7,500
Quarter-finalists: £4,000
Last 16: £2,000
Last 32: £1,000
Last 64: £500

Friday 10 June[edit]

Preliminary Round, best of 7 legs[edit]

[10]

1st Round, best of 7 legs[edit]

[10]

2nd Round, best of 7 legs[edit]

[10]

Saturday 11 June[edit]

3rd Round, best of 9 legs[edit]

[10]

4th Round, best of 15 legs[edit]

[10]

Last 32 to final[edit]


[11][12]

5th Round (best of 21 legs)
11 June
6th Round (best of 21 legs)
12 June
Quarter-Finals (best of 21 legs)
12 June
Semi-Finals (best of 21 legs)
12 June
Final (best of 25 legs)
12 June
               
England Phil Taylor 11
Wales Steve Alker 1
England Phil Taylor 11
Canada John Part 10
England Mark Landers 3
Canada John Part 11
England Phil Taylor 11
England Chris Mason 3
England Chris Mason 11
England Colin Lloyd 7
England Chris Mason 11
England Adrian Lewis 8
England Adrian Lewis 11
England Colin Monk 0
England Phil Taylor (100.62) 11
Netherlands Roland Scholten (91.59) 6
Netherlands Roland Scholten 11
England Andy Smith 0
Netherlands Roland Scholten 11
England John Lowe 10
England Andy Belton 4
England John Lowe 11
Netherlands Roland Scholten 11
England Colin Osborne 4
England Colin Osborne 11
England Mick Manning 10
England Colin Osborne 11
England Lionel Sams 6
England Lionel Sams 11
Wales Barrie Bates 10
England Phil Taylor (97.80) 13
England Mark Walsh (89.52) 7
England Mark Walsh 11
England Andy Hamilton 4
England Mark Walsh 11
England Mark Thomson 10
England Mark Thomson 11
England Gary Welding 6
England Mark Walsh 11
Belgium Erik Clarys 2
Belgium Erik Clarys 11
Wales Wayne Atwood 6
Belgium Erik Clarys 11
England Mark Holden 6
England Mark Holden 11
England Steve Hine 9
England Mark Walsh (79.92) 11
England Peter Manley (85.02) 7
England Peter Manley 11
Wales Alan Reynolds 3
England Peter Manley 11
England James Wade 4
England James Wade 11
England Bob Anderson 9
England Peter Manley 11
England Alex Roy 5
England Alex Roy 11
England Cliff Lazarenko 5
England Alex Roy 11
England Dave Askew 3
England Dave Askew 11
England Darren Webster 8

Random draws were made after each round, draw bracket has been compiled retrospectively.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "UK Open Qualifier 1". Darts Database. Retrieved 8 November 2014.
  2. ^ "UK Open Qualifier 2". Darts Database. Retrieved 16 January 2015.
  3. ^ "UK Open Qualifier 3". Darts Database. Retrieved 8 November 2014.
  4. ^ "UK Open Qualifier 4". Darts Database. Retrieved 8 November 2014.
  5. ^ "UK Open Qualifier 5". Darts Database. Retrieved 8 November 2014.
  6. ^ "UK Open Qualifier 6". Darts Database. Retrieved 8 November 2014.
  7. ^ "UK Open Qualifier 7". Darts Database. Retrieved 8 November 2014.
  8. ^ "UK Open Qualifier 8". Darts Database. Retrieved 8 November 2014.
  9. ^ "Prize Fund". Darts Database. Retrieved 12 November 2014.
  10. ^ a b c d e "Results". Darts Database. Retrieved 10 November 2014.
  11. ^ "Flag Reference". Darts Database. Retrieved 10 November 2014.
  12. ^ "Averages". Darts Database. Retrieved 11 November 2014.