Crown darts Sometimes called Lawn Darts or Jarts, is a relatively new and exciting target garden game, contested by two or more people. Similar rules to that of Darts and Horseshoe Pitching.
Crown darts is rapidly growing in popularity as an outdoor activity suitable for family play and entertainment. Although designed for two people to play, the game can be adjusted so that the whole family can play.
Crown darts can be played by any age from around four years, although children should only be aloud to play under adult supervision as the darts although not sharp are potentially dangerous.
Darts are typically 12 inches (30 cm) long with a weighted metal or plastic tip on one end and three plastic fins on a rod at the other end. The darts are intended to be tossed underhand toward a horizontal ground target, where the weighted end hits first and sticks into the ground. The target is typically a plastic ring, and landing anywhere within the ring scores a point.
Crown darts is a target game and has similarities with many other garden or pub outdoor target games.
Crown Green Bowls 84, Darts 200, Darts Football 755, Darts Cricket 754, Round the Clock Darts 756, Flat Green Bowls 85, Short Mat Bowls 905.
A cased set of crown darts, including target dart, throwing mat and set of rules, can be purchased for around £40.
Level of Demand
The table below shows the maximum levels of demand that this activity requires. NOTE: These are not entry levels or levels of requirement and has nothing to do with ability.
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