Peter Locke (darts player)

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Peter Locke
Personal information
Full namePeter Locke
Home townMerthyr Tydfil
Darts information
Playing darts since1975
Organisation (see split in darts)
BDO majors - best performances
World Ch'shipQuarter Final: 1984, 1986
World MastersLast 32: 1984, 1986, 1991, 1992
PDC premier events - best performances
UK OpenLast 128: 2006
Other tournament wins
MFI World Pairs1987
Updated on 7 January 2019.

Peter Locke is a retired Welsh professional darts player.


Locke made his World Championship debut in the 1983 BDO World Darts Championship, losing in the first round to Terry O'Dea. A year later in the 1984 BDO World Darts Championship, he reached the quarter finals, defeating Russell Stewart in the first round and then Malcolm Davies in the second round before losing to the eventual champion Eric Bristow in a 5-0 whitewash. In the 1985 BDO World Darts Championship, he lost in the first round to Fred McMullan. Locke then reached the final of the 1985 British Open, losing to John Cosnett. In the 1986 BDO World Darts Championship, Locke succeeded in reaching the quarter-final for the second time by defeating Canadian Bill Steinke in the first round and then Singapore player Paul Lim in the second round before losing again to Bristow in another whitewash with Bristow again going on to win his third successive world championship. Locke made one more appearance in the world championships in 1987, losing in the first round Bob Anderson. Peter Locke/Eric Bristow also lost in the 1986 MFI world pairs final. Then went on to become mfi world pairs champions a year later in 1987 [locke/bristow] who then beat John Lowe and Tony Payne for the 1987 title.

Locke also played in the Winmau World Masters four times and lost in the lost round each time. Losing in 1984 to Steve Brennan, in 1986 to Stewart, in 1991 to Donnie MacLean and in 1992 to Keith Sullivan. Locke have losing to Norman Fletcher on the 2006 Budweiser UK Open. Locke Quit the PDC in 2006.

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