Bill Davis (darts player)

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Bill Davis
Personal information
Full nameWilliam Davis
Born (1959-03-06) March 6, 1959 (age 59)
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Home townPhiladelphia
United States
Darts information
Playing darts since1993
Darts18 Gram Own Design
Walk-on musicAre You Gonna Go My Way by Lenny Kravitz
Organisation (see split in darts)
BDO2001-2006, 2013-2017
BDO majors - best performances
World MastersLast 128: 2004
PDC premier events - best performances
World Ch'shipLast 32: 2009
Desert ClassicLast 32: 2006, 2008, 2009
US Open/WSoDLast 16: 2008
Other tournament wins
ADO Capital City Classic
ADO DFW - Metroplex Open
Las Vegas Open
WDF World Cup Team
Virginia Beach Classic


2005, 2006, 2008

William "Bill" Davis (born 6 March 1959) is a former American professional darts player who played for the British Darts Organisation and Professional Darts Corporation events.


Davis made his televised debut in the States, taking part in the World Series of Darts in 2006, losing in the first round to Denis Ovens in a tight game. Davis qualified for the Las Vegas Desert Classic the same year, but lost in round one to Terry Jenkins.

Davis then qualified for the 2007 PDC World Darts Championship where he was beaten by Andy Jenkins in the first round. He followed this with a third round showing in the 2007 US Open, losing to Kevin Painter. Davis then reached the last 16 of the PDPA Players Championship in Las Vegas, but failed to qualify for the Desert Classic.

Davis reached the semi final of the North American Darts Championship on the eve of the 2008 US Open, losing to eventual winner Darin Young. He then reached the last 16 of the US Open, defeating Tony Eccles before losing to surprise package David Fatum who went on to reach the semi finals. He also qualified for the 2008 Desert Classic through the US Order of Merit, losing in the first round to Mark Walsh.

Davis finished second in the American Order of Merit which earned him a spot in the 2009 PDC World Darts Championship. He defeated reigning champion John Part in the first round by three sets to nil. He then lost in the second round to Welshman Barrie Bates.

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