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General ADL League Rules
 

American Dart League Games

301
The game starts with players at 301 points.  Straight start or any in begins the game. Game ends when a player reaches zero exactly by finishing on a single, double or triple. One, two or three darts constitutes one turn.  The total score of each turn is subtracted from the total score. Exceeding a zero score (busting) ends the turn and requires the player go back to the score he or she had in the turn prior to busting.  A bust counts as a full turn (three darts thrown).

501
The rules for 501 are identical to 301 with the following exceptions:

1. Electronic darts where applicable, the double bull must be activated.
2. To end the game a member must finish on the required double that brings the score to zero.

CRICKET
The object of the game is to score three "marks" in each of the numbers 15 through 20 and the bull's-eye.  On an open number a triple scores three marks, a double scores two marks and a single scores one. Additional marks on a closed number will score points if the opponent is still open on that number. The first team to close all numbers, the bulls-eye, and have the highest score wins.
 

League Equipment & Set-up

STEEL-TIP DARTS
Any and all electronic darts devices and/or equipment used for sanctioned ADA activities must be approved by the ADA.

ADA competition, including tournaments, shall be on standard bristle-type dartboards.

Dartboards shall be placed 5-feet 8-inches from the floor to the center of the bull's-eye, with the number 20 centered at the top of the board over the wedge of the darkest color.

No single dart shall exceed 50 grams (barrel only).

The minimum throwing distance shall be 7-feet 9 1/4 inches from the surface of the board to the front of the line, placed parallel to the board and at least 24-inches in length. The maximum throwing distance is 8-feet.

SOFT-TIP DARTS
Any and all electronic darts devices and/or equipment used for sanctioned ADA activities must be approved by the ADA.

ADA competition, including tournaments, shall be on standard, electronic dart machines.

No single dart shall exceed 18 grams (flight, shaft, and barrel) or the weight limit set by the machine owner.

The minimum throwing distance shall be 7-feet 9 1/4 inches from the surface of the board to the front of the line, placed parallel to the board and at least 24-inches in length. The maximum throwing distance is 8-feet.

 

 

 

 
 
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