1 - Raymond van Barneveld battles from 3 sets to 0 down to win his first PDC Title and fifth world title overall 7-6 in the sudden-death leg versus Phil Taylor who maintains his record of reaching every single PDC World Championship final to date.
6 - van Barneveld follows up his World title success by winning the North-East Regional Final of the Blue Square UK Open (the fourth of eight regional finals). He beat Roland Scholten in the final to claim the £5,000 first prize.
8 - Former World Champion, Andy Fordham is taken ill before his first round match against Simon Whitlock. Fordham was taken to hospital after suffered breathing difficulties as a result of a chest infection.
14 - Martin Adams finally ends his World Championship drought by claiming the 2007 BDO World Darts Championship title - at his 14th attempt. In the final, he led 6-0 and looked to be coasting to victory before Phill Nixon produced an astonishing comeback to level at 6-6. Adams held his nerve to clinch the final set.
20 - Raymond van Barneveld extends his PDC winning streak to 20 matches by claiming the first of the weekend's two Stan James Players Championship in Gibraltar beating Adrian Lewis in the final. Michael van Gerwen and Vincent van der Voort made their PDC debuts at this event reaching the last 16. Jelle Klaasen reached the last 32.
21 - Michael van Gerwen becomes the first player to beat Raymond van Barneveld since his world title win ending his run of successive victories at 21 matches. Van Gerwen was also the last player to beat van Barneveld back in November. He lost in the quarter-finals to Alan Warriner-Little. Andy Hamilton won his first PDC pro tour title with a final win over Colin Lloyd.
27 - Tony Eccles wins the German Gold Cup in Bremen beating Dutchman Remco van Eijden by 3 sets to 1 to claim the €700 first prize. Heike Ernst beat Thea Kaaijk to take the women's title.
28 - Chris White wins the Las Vegas Open, a category two BDO event beating John Kuczynski in the final. John Part and Wes Newton teamed up to win the pairs events and also the cricket doubles. The women's title was won by Stacy Bromberg.
1 - The Holsten Premier League gets underway with wins for Raymond van Barneveld, Dennis Priestley and Peter Manley. Phil Taylor was on the verge of his first ever Premier League defeat but extended his unbeaten run to 29 matches with a 7-7 draw against Roland Scholten.
3 - Kevin Painter wins the non-ranking PDC event JR 128 Plus tournament in Eastbourne defeating Wes Newton 5-4 in the final.
3 - John Markovic, former manager of Bob Anderson and Richie Gardner dies following a long illness. The Serbian-born businessman also contributed to the formation of the WDC (now the PDC) in 1992.
4 - Dennis Smith claimed the PDC Eastbourne Open title with a victory over Shayne Burgess.
6 - Mervyn King announces that he is following his stablemates Klaasen, van Gerwen and van der Voort by switching to the PDC. The BDO consider taking legal action as King (along with Klaasen) have signed contracts to play in the 2008 BDO World Championship.
8 - Phil Taylor is held to a draw for the second week running in the Premier League this time by Dennis Priestley. Raymond van Barneveld maintains his 100% record and there were first victories in the league for Terry Jenkins and Adrian Lewis.
10 - The Masters of Darts gets underway in the Netherlands with two upsets - Michael van Gerwen defeats Phil Taylor and Peter Manley beats PDC World Champion Raymond van Barneveld. England players won four matches to Netherlands one on the opening day.
10 - More PDC switches are announced as Dutch teenager Toon Grebe (quarter finalist at the previous week's Dutch Open) and Tony Martin confirm they will be joining the PDC circuit.
11 - Dennis Priestley wins the South-West regional final of the Blue Square UK Open beating James Wade in the final 2-0 and takes the £5,000 top prize.
14 - The Group stages of the Masters of Darts conclude with Raymond van Barneveld winning the Dutch Group and Peter Manley winning all five matches to clinch the England Group. Phil Taylor surprisingly finishes bottom of the England table with three defeats.
15 - Dennis Priestley goes top of the Premier League with a victory over Roland Scholten. Phil Taylor notches his first win of the season and Raymond van Barneveld is held to a draw by in-form Peter Manley.
19 - Gary Anderson wins the BDO Scottish Open in his home country beating World Champion Martin Adams in the semi-final and Scott Waites in the final. Michael Rosenauer took the Dortmund Open title beating Marco Puls by 3 sets to 1.
21 - The Darts Regulation Authority (DRA) announce fines of £750 for Chris Mason, £400 for Phil Taylor and £300 for Steve Maish following incidents at the 2007 PDC World Darts Championship. Mason also received a four-month tournament ban (suspended for 12 months) for his unsportsmanlike manner.
22 - Barry Hearn announces a ground-breaking Grand Slam of Darts tournament to be held in Wolverhampton between 17 and 25 November. Players from both the PDC and BDO are to receive invitations to compete.
22 - Night four of the Premier League and Dennis Priestley remains top with a record equalling margin of victory, 8-1 over Adrian Lewis. Phil Taylor and Raymond van Barneveld both maintained unbeaten records, although van Barneveld was held to a draw by Terry Jenkins.
25 - Lionel Sams wins the West Tyrone Open, a non-ranking PDC event at the Mahons Hotel, Irvinestown. He beat Ray Farrell 8-4 in the final to take the top prize of £1,600
1 - The first re-match on UK soil between Raymond van Barneveld and Phil Taylor ends with Taylor extending his unbeaten run in the Premier League to 33 matches. His 8-6 win came despite being 1-5 behind at the interval. Dennis Priestley extended his stay at the top of the table with victory over Colin Lloyd
4 - Phil Taylor takes the Southern Regional Final UK Open title with a victory over Wayne Mardle in the final. Mervyn King had made his PDC debut at this event reaching the quarter-finals.
11 - Dietmar Burger from Austria won the Finnish Open, a WDF Category 3 event beating Finland's Sami Sanssi in the final. The women's title went to Irina Armstrong of Russia who beat Finland's Sari Nikula in the final in Tampere.
15 - An announcement confirms that the number of PDC players at the BDO/WDF International Darts League and World Darts Trophy will increase. The 2007 events will feature 20 PDC players and 12 BDO/WDF players compared to just 5 PDC players in 2006.
16 - Carlos Rodrigues Sequera of Spain wins the Gibraltar Open (WDF Category 4 Event) beating England's Gavin Forsythe in the final. Scotland's Margaret Ferguson won the women's singles.
17 - Simon Whitlock wins the first event of a new Australian Grand Prix (AGP) in Wagga Wagga. The overall AGP winner will receive a place at the 2008 PDC World Championship and Whitlock (currently a BDO star) admitted "That's my goal". He followed it up by claiming the second event title on March 18.
26 - Scott Waites maintains his excellent form in 2007 by winning the £2,000 top prize at the Welsh Masters in Rhyl. Waites added to his Dutch Open title (and Scottish Open runner-up cheque) by beating Phil Evans in the final.
1 - Andy Hamilton wins the Midlands Final of the UK Open - the last regional event before the televised finals in June. He beats James Wade 2-0 in sets in the final.
3 - After 14 years at the Circus Tavern the PDC announce that their World Championship will move the Alexandra Palace from 2008. The "Ally Pally" will host 2,500 spectators per session compared to 800-900 in Purfleet.
6 - Ron Meulenkamp becomes the latest Dutch player to confirm a switch to play for the PDC - following the likes of Michael van Gerwen, Jelle Klaasen, Toon Grebe and Vincent van der Voort.
8 - In a friendly international match at the Lakeside Country Club England's men, women and youth teams (WDF eligible players) defeated their Netherlands counterparts 26-16.
12 - The organisers of the International Darts League come to an agreement to allow the BDO/WDF players ranked 13 to 28 to enter the competition at the preliminary round stage having previously reneged on a deal which led to a threat of court action. The competition is now further expanded to 56 players (see International Darts League article)
21 - After a day of PDPA qualifying Chris Mason, Wayne Jones, Richie Burnett, Alan Tabern, Mark Dudbridge, Matt Clark, Kevin McDine and Robbie Green all secure places in the preliminary round for the International Darts League to be held in May.
21 - Martin Adams clinches his first title since his BDO World Championship success in January. He beat John Walton in the final of the German Open. Sweden's Carina Ekberg won the Women's singles.
25 - Further controversy over the structure of the International Darts League results in a Dutch court having to resolve a dispute by the players from the Keukenconcurrent stable - van Gerwen, King, Klaasen and van der Voort (see International Darts League article).
26 - The Holsten Premier League witnessed its first ever whitewash as Colin Lloyd beat Terry Jenkins 8-0. Jenkins still confirmed his qualification for the semi-finals joining Phil Taylor, Raymond van Barnveld and Dennis Priestley.
28 - Michael van Gerwen successfully defends his Open Holland title (a non-ranked PDC event) beating Colin Osborne in the final. Van Gerwen defeated James Wade, Alan Tabern, Dennis Ovens and Wayne Jones in the earlier rounds.
29 - Peter Manley wins the Open Holland Masters PDPA Championship in Schediam. He beat James Wade 3-0 in the final with a 108.33 average. Manley had earlier beaten Rico Vonck, John Ferrell, Michael van Gerwen, Sean Palfrey, Wayne Mardle and Terry Jenkins en route.
3 - The final matches in the group stage of the Premier League are complete and the semi-final line-up is confirmed as Taylor v Priestley and Jenkins v Barneveld. Roland Scholten finishes bottom of the table.
14 - The Winmau World Masters (BDO) tournament is controversially moved to the weekend of 16–18 November causing a clash with the new Grand Slam of Darts event which was scheduled to feature players from both the PDC and BDO.
2 - Wayne Atwood wins the Thialf Open (a non-ranked PDC event) in Heerenveen beating Gary Welding in the final.
3 - Roland Scholten takes the Thailf Darts Trophy title - a PDPA Players Championship in Heerenveen, Netherlands. He beat Mervyn King, Lionel Sams, Barrie Bates and Kevin Painter then fellow countryman Leroy Kwadijk in the semi-finals and Chris Mason in the final.
3 - Co Stompé wins the Swiss Open (WDF category 3 event) in Lausen beating fellow Dutchman Edwin Max in the final. The women's title went to Tricia Wright with a victory over Irina Armstrong of Russia in the final.
4 - Tony Eccles adds to the exodus of players from the BDO by joining the PDPA/PDC on the eve of the 2007 UK Open. Eccles was ranked number two in the WDF rankings at the time and sacrifices his place in the England World Cup team.
13 - John Part wins the Canadian singles national title beating Danny MacKenzie in the final. Part's fifth title equals Bob Sinnaeve's record haul. The Canadian Open (WDF Category 2 Event) was won by Mark Webster.
17 - John Part won the second Players Championship of the weekend in Hayling Island beating Mervyn King 3-1 in sets. It was King's first Pro Tour final since switching to the PDC and meant he qualified for the World Matchplay in July. Michael van Gerwen, Adrian Gray and Steve Beaton were the other qualifiers from the Player's Championship Order of Merit.
8 - Raymond van Barneveld makes amends for his loss to John Part at the 2006 Las Vegas Desert Classic by beating him in this year's semi final. He then defeats Terry Jenkins to take the title - his third major of 2007.
20 - Andy Smith, Denis Ovens, Mark Walsh, Peter Allen, Bob Anderson, Alan Caves, Garry Spedding and Wayne Atwood win through the PDC qualifying event for the 2007 World Darts Trophy and will play in the Preliminary Round of the WDT on August 31.
21 - Phil Taylor takes his fifth successive Bobby Bourne Memorial title in Blackpool on the eve of the World Matchplay beating Adrian Lewis in the final. The event had been upgraded to PDPA Players Championship status this year.
13 - The BDO confirm a prize money increase for the November Winmau World Masters. The overall prize fund doubles to £60,000 with the winner receiving £25,000, runner-up £10,000 and semi-finalists £3,000.
16 - The Dutch Grand Masters is revived as a WDF event after being cancelled in 2006. The event is booked for December and will be sponsored by its venue Zuiderduin Hotel and known as the Zuiderduin Masters.
17 - ITV announce a wildcard tournament will be held on September 30 to decide a place (and a minimum of £4,000) in the Grand Slam in November.
25 - Steve West beats Yorkshireman James Wilson to win the Danish Open (WDF Category 3 event). Francisca Hoeneslaar won her fourth Danish Open title when she beat rival Trina Gulliver in the final.
26 - Wayne Mardle wins his first PDC Pro Tour event for almost three years by claiming the Peachtree Open in Atlanta. He beat James Wade in the final.
15 - Andy Fordham returns to competitive action after a nine-month absence through illness. He competed in the Turunc Open in Turkey and reached the semi-finals. He lost to Martin Phillips of Wales, who then beat Darryl Fitton in the final.
30 - Chris Mason and Kevin McDine win the two wildcard places at the Grand Slam of Darts in the ITV qualifying event for the tournament. 230 players had entered the event which guarantees £4,000 to each qualifier.
1 - Phil Taylor wins the South African Masters beating Raymond van Barneveld in the final. The tournament started with the top four PDC ranked players against the top four South Africans from the previous day's Open event. All four lost to the more experienced PDC players.
8 - Phil Taylor loses in the first round of the World Grand Prix in Dublin to Adrian Gray. It was only his third defeat in the ten-year history of the event, with all three coming in the best of three set first round.
14 - Mark Webster wins the WDF World Cup singles beating Norway's Robert Wagner in the final. England won the men's team final, and the Netherlands won the overall men's points competition.
14 - James Wade wins the World Grand Prix in Dublin to add to his World Matchplay title won in July. He repeated his victory over Terry Jenkins in the final.
20 - Andy Smith wins the Scottish PDPA Players Championship in Irvine. He averaged 108.94 in the final against James Wade. It was Smith's first Pro Tour title since February 2005 and was Wade's fourth Players final defeat of the year.
21 - James Wade wins his third career UK Open Regional Final (and second of the current season) at the Scottish event in Irvine. He beat Ronnie Baxter in the final.
27 - Per Laursen moves four points clear of Vladimir Anderson in the race for the Danish qualifying place at the 2008 PDC World Championship.
27 - Warren Parry qualifies for the 2008 PDC World Championship by winning the DPA Oceanic Masters for the second time. He beat Brian Roach in the final. Veteran Russell Stewart reached the semi-finals before losing to Roach.
30 - The World Darts Federation announce that the eight players who had been given seedings by the BDO for the Winmau World Masters will not receive any ranking points as the decision made it "no longer compatible with the points allocation used for the WDF World Ranking System".
4 - Jelle Klaasen claims his first PDC Pro Tour title since his switch in January. He beat fellow countryman Vincent van der Voort in the final of a Players Championship event, the John McEvoy Gold Dart Classic in Killarney. Van der Voort had reached two finals in two days.
17 - John Walton hits the first nine dart finish in the 34-year history of the Winmau World Masters on the opening day of the televised stages. The feat is captured by BBC cameras but not shown live as it happened in the last 16 before coverage began.
23 - Bob Potter, owner of the Lakeside Country Club announces an extension of their sponsorship of the BDO World Darts Championship until 2010. The Lakeside have sponsored the event since the ban on tobacco advertising came in after the 2003 championships.
25 - Shaun Greatbatch wins the Swedish Open with a 4-1 victory over fellow Englishman Dave Prins. Greatbatch had beaten new World Masters winner Robert Thornton 4-2 in the last four. Sweden's Carina Ekberg beat Norway's Rachna David 4-3 for the women's title.
2 - Phil Taylor ends the year in excellent form by winning his fourth tournament in succession. He wins the inaugural German Darts Championship in Halle, North Rhine-Westphalia. Since his loss to Adrian Gray at the World Grand Prix, Taylor has now won 26 consecutive matches.
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