John Lowe

Three Times Champion of the World, in three seperate Decades, the first player ever to record the perfect game of 501 in 9 darts on TV, writer of the best selling book "The Art of Darts". Welcome.

Location: United Kingdom
Members: 182
Latest Activity: Oct 8


I am available for Exhibitions/Promotions/Brand Endorsement: World Wide.

Telephone. Land Line +44 1246229338

Mobile: +44 7778 180 180

Discussion Forum

The Biggest Darts Charity Night.

Started by John Lowe. Last reply by John Lowe Jul 5, 2011. 3 Replies

Scott, great to hear from you, I remember the night well ! I even played golf with your father at 12 noon the next day, he introduced me to Mullingans, more than one. For you non golfers, that is not…Continue

Engelbert's Charity Darts match

Started by Scott Dorsey Jul 3, 2011. 0 Replies

Hi John, Long time no see (since I help carry out a few players from EH dressing room inVegas that night!!) Im very happy that you are on board for the darts tournament My father is really looking…Continue

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Comment by John Lowe on February 15, 2012 at 5:20am

And when I am not golfing, this is what I do. AMATE is a great charity, very well supported, guess it's a long way from the USA, but still good to see what is going on.

Comment by John Lowe on February 13, 2012 at 6:39am

Michael Van Herwen beats Dave Chisnell 6-1 in Sunday's UK Open Qualifier, and he included a 9 dart game: 180-177-144, his average for the match: 108.03.

Comment by John Lowe on February 13, 2012 at 4:47am

The Battle of the Legends, a double header in Birmingham, Saturday afternoon at the Kerryman, Saturday evening at the Meadwater S and S.Club. John Lowe v Keith Deller, four Times Champions of the World, the pair who still hold the world record at Jollee's Night Club, Stoke on Trent, when they scored 24 x 180 in their Quarter Final of the Embassy World Championship.

Comment by John Lowe on February 12, 2012 at 8:29am

Newton wins first UK Open Qualifier.

Comment by John Lowe on February 10, 2012 at 4:05am

Well if you missed the start of the PL last night, you missed one of the greatest come backs in darting history, Phil Taylor was 5-0 down against Adrian Lewis, and came back to take the draw at 7-7, incredible darts from Taylor, pure class. Andy Hamilton making his debut, beat James Wade quite easily, Whitlock made a draw with a in form Barney, and Kevin Painter, also making his debut, beat a poor Gary Anderson. So, top of the table go the 2 new players, Hamilton and Painter. There was 8000 spectators at the Arena, Darts is certainly going places.

Comment by John Lowe on February 9, 2012 at 8:16am

The PL starts tonight on SKY TV from Manchester, I was just looking at the line up: Hamilton v Wade. Whitlock v Barney. Painter v Anderson. Lewis v Taylor. Is there a betting lead in there? Maybe, it's the World Wide Premier League-WWPL, A £20 Accumulator bet placed on: Wade.Whitlock.Painter.Lewis, would return £635 if they all won, interesting ! 

Comment by John Lowe on February 9, 2012 at 4:02am

For all you BBQ friends out there, this is for you. For the first time whilst on Holiday, I came across a Indian BBQ, it was superb, and I wonder why I have never thought of doing it before, marinated Chicken Tandori, Tika, King Prwns, and Lamb Buna, cooked over a hot fire, and drizzled with lemon juice whilst cooking, served with Pilau Rice, Jacket Potatoes, quartered, and sprinkled with Paprika and Garlic, and Nann Bread cooked over hot flames coated in Garlic Butter and Coriander, a Curry sauce of your taste to accompany. Fantastic Summer or Winter BBQ food, and the neighbours will love it !!! 

Comment by John Lowe on February 8, 2012 at 5:58am

Back in the UK after a great break in Tenerife, my good friends opened their new bar the day after we left, I managed a sneak preview and a cold beer though, if you are ever in Tenerife, call in and say hello, it's a fine place to be.

Comment by John Lowe on February 6, 2012 at 6:27am
Watching England struggle to win the world cup pairs final last night, was at times painful, Lewis looked like he would sooner be anywhere than playing a pairs game at close on midnight, Taylor took it all in his stride, and so did Whitlock, who did nothing wrong except miss the winning double.I wish someone would inform the PDC, they did not invent the world cup, a certain Bristpw/Lowe partnership won the world cup pairs 6 times: 1977/9,1983/5/7/9, the reward was a gold medal, I guess the sport was very much amateurish in those days, but we played our heart out for our country.
Comment by John Lowe on February 5, 2012 at 6:39am
The holiday is almost over, back to the ice and snow in the UK, was hoping my flight would be canceled for a week, but no such luck, so it's time pack, say our goodbyes, and face up to the fact, it's going to be cold.

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