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19 September 1968 |
|Walk-on music||Cotton Eye Joe by Rednex|
|Organisation (see split in darts)|
|Current world ranking||215|
|PDC premier events - best performances|
|World Ch'ship||Last 64: 2009|
|UK Open||Last 32: 2009|
Grubb fell two games short of qualifying for the 2006 World Matchplay, losing to Andy Hamilton who eventually qualified. He then fell one game short of qualifying for the 2007 PDC World Darts Championship. Having beaten Tom Kirby and Paul Williams, he lost in the final game to Wayne Atwood. In 2008, Grubb secured his best ever performance in the PDC Pro Tour, reaching the last 16 in the Players Championship in Las Vegas, beating David Fatum and Tony Ayres before losing to Mark Frost. Then reached the 1/4's in a pro tour event in Scotland losing a narrow game to Michael Van Gerwen.
Grubb make amends of missing out in the 2007 World Championship by claiming one of eight places for the 2009 PDC World Darts Championship, beating American Isen Veljic to qualify. He was drawn against number 1 seed Phil Taylor in the first round but lost the match 3-0.
He also runs a Darts team in the Somerset Super League called Radstock where he plays with close friend and 1992 World Champion Runner-up Mike Gregory.
World Championship Results
- 2009: 1st Round (lost to Phil Taylor 0-3)
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