Scottish Open (darts)

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Scottish Open
Tournament information
VenueNormandy Cosmopolitan Hotel
LocationRenfrew
CountryScotland Scotland
Established1995 (24 editions)
Organisation(s)SDA
BDO, category A
WDF category M
FormatLegs
Prize fund£10,550
Month(s) PlayedFebruary
Current champion(s)
Netherlands Wesley Harms (mens)
England Lisa Ashton (womens)

The Scottish Open is a darts tournament organised by the Scottish Darts Association and has been staged every year in February since 1995. The current venue is the Normandy Cosmopolitan Hotel in Renfrew.[1] In 2014 Robbie Green became the first player to win the tournament on more than one occasion, with the previous 20 tournaments won by 20 different players.

List of winners[edit]

There was a previous incarnation of the event staged in 1983, which was won by Australia's Russell Stewart who remains the youngest winner of the competition at the age of 23.[2] Although Stewart was one of the most successful Australian players of the 1980s, this was the only title he won in the UK. It helped him qualify for the world championships for the first time in 1984.

Previous version[edit]

Men's[edit]

Year Champion (average in final) Score Runner-up (average in final) Total
Prize money
Champion Runner-up
1983 Australia Russell Stewart ?-? Australia Terry O'Dea £? £? £?

Women's[edit]

Year Champion (average in final) Score Runner-up (average in final) Total
Prize money
Champion Runner-up
1983 England Pat Connaughton ?-? [[]]

Current tournaments[edit]

Men's [3][edit]

The BDO created two new events (the England Open and the Scottish Open) in 1995, which could have been in response to the split in darts which had seen many of the top players leave the organisation to start the WDC (now the PDC).

Year Champion (average in final) Score Runner-up (average in final) Total
Prize money
Champion Runner-up
1995 England Chris Mason 3–0 England Colin Monk £? £? £?
1996 Wales Mark Salmon 3–2 Wales Sean Palfrey £? £? £?
1997 England Bob Arrowsmith 3–2 Wales Ritchie Davies £? £? £?
1998 Scotland Peter Johnstone 3–2 England Peter Manley £? £? £?
1999 England Denis Ovens 3–0 England Chris Mason £? £? £?
2000 England Bob Aldous 3–2 England Andy Smith £? £? £?
2001 England John Walton 3–2 England Tony Eccles £? £? £?
2002 Wales Ritchie Davies 3–2 England Tony Eccles £? £? £?
2003 England Davy Richardson 3–1 England Mike Gregory £? £? £?
2004 Scotland Mike Veitch 3–2 England Martin Atkins £3,400 £1,400 £600
2005 England Martin Adams (114.00) 3–1 Scotland Gary Anderson (100.86) £? £? £?
2006 Sweden Göran Klemme (102.21) 3–1 Scotland Ross Montgomery (83.49) £? £? £?
2007 Scotland Gary Anderson (88.74) 5–3 England Scott Waites (83.40) £4,560 £2,000 £800
2008 England Garry Thompson 5–1 England Shaun Greatbatch £4,560 £2,000 £800
2009 England Tony O'Shea 5–4 England Martin Atkins £5,040 £2,000 £800
2010 England Stuart Kellett 6–3 Netherlands Dennis te Kloese £5,040 £2,000 £800
2011 England Robbie Green 5–4 England Clive Barden £5,510 £2,250 £1,000
2012 England Tony Eccles 5–3 England Robbie Green £5,510 £2,250 £1,000
2013 Netherlands Wesley Harms 5–4 Wales Jim Williams £8,140 £3,000 £1,500
2014 England Robbie Green (2) 6–4 England Jamie Hughes £8,140 £3,000 £1,500
2015 England Dennis Harbour 6–5 England Glen Durrant £8,140 £3,000 £1,500
2016 Netherlands Danny Noppert 6–0 Wales Dean Reynolds £8,140 £3,000 £1,500
2017 Scotland Cameron Menzies 6–2 England Daniel Day £8,180 £3,000 £1,500
2018 Netherlands Richard Veenstra 6–3 England Gary Robson £8,180 £3,000 £1,500
2019 Netherlands Wesley Harms (2) 6–5 New Zealand Cody Harris £8,180 £3,000 £1,500

Women's [4][edit]

Year Champion (average in final) Score Runner-up (average in final) Total
Prize money
Champion Runner-up
1995 England Deta Hedman beat England Carole Wright £? £? £?
1996 Scotland Anne Kirk beat Scotland Janette Youngson £? £? £?
1997 England Deta Hedman beat England Tricia Wright £? £? £?
1998 England Deta Hedman beat England Crissy Manley £? £? £?
1999 Scotland Anne Kirk beat England Debra Royal £? £? £?
2000 England Mandy Solomons beat England Crissy Manley £? £? £?
2001 England Tricia Wright beat England Mandy Solomons £? £? £?
2002 Sweden Carina Ekberg beat Wales Chris Savvery £? £? £?
2003 Wales Jan Robbins beat Scotland Jackie Sharpe £? £? £?
2004 England Karen Lawman 3–0 England Dawn Standley £? £? £?
2005 England Dawn Standley beat England Karen Littler £? £? £?
2006 Russia Anastasia Dobromyslova beat Norway Hege Løkken £? £? £?
2007 Netherlands Karin Krappen beat England Sarah Cope £? £? £?
2008 Russia Anastasia Dobromyslova beat Netherlands Francis Hoenselaar £? £? £?
2009 England Tricia Wright 4–0 England Karen Lawman £? £? £?
2010 England Lorraine Winstanley 4–2 England Stephanie Smee £? £? £?
2011 England Lorraine Winstanley 4–3 Germany Irina Armstrong £? £? £?
2012 England Deta Hedman 4–2 Wales Julie Gore £? £? £?
2013 England Deta Hedman 4–1 England Fallon Sherrock £? £? £?
2014 Russia Anastasia Dobromyslova 4–0 England Tricia Wright £? £? £?
2015 England Deta Hedman 5–4 England Fallon Sherrock £? £? £?
2016 England Lorraine Winstanley 5–3 England Deta Hedman £? £? £?
2017 England Fallon Sherrock 5–4 England Deta Hedman £? £? £?
2018 Russia Anastasia Dobromyslova 5–4 England Fallon Sherrock £? £? £?
2019 England Lisa Ashton 5–1 England Fallon Sherrock £2,370 £1,000 £450

Tournament records[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Scottish Open details scottishdarts.com
  2. ^ Tournament records
  3. ^ "Scottish Open men's winners". mastercaller.com. 18 February 2019. Retrieved 18 February 2019.
  4. ^ "Scottish Open women's winners". mastercaller.com. 18 February 2019. Retrieved 18 February 2019.

External links[edit]