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
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Latest Activity: Aug 6


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

Telephone. Land Line +44 1246229338

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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 December 28, 2012 at 11:29am

I know a lot of you have been keeping in touch with the PDC world championship, and probably enjoying it, I have been watching, and reporting for quite a few publications, and my own site  the darts this year seem to be a lot closer in terms of, who can win, who may win, and who does win, there have been some great matches, that have been unfavorable, bad draws, two good players playing each other in the first round, when noticeably other players seem to have easier matches, but, that is the luck of where you are ranked, and who qualifies to play you, I always say the competition starts from the second round onward, and that is the case this year, we are down to the last eight, the quarters, and we are expecting some quality games,  And Hamilton v Phil Taylor, Andy on top form, Taylor, we do not know, he has had a relatively easy ride so far, tonight we will see how good his form is, and it will have to be good against a player who is rock solid, second on is Whitlock v Barney, who would want to predict the result of this one, Whitlock is waiting for a big game, Barney is playing a big game every round, this could go all the way, then tomorrow we have Newton v Wade, on present form Wade should win, but Newton is not a player to be taken likely, he can produce the game to beat anyone, last on is the mouth watering duel of the reigning World Champion, of the last two years, Adrian Lewis, and the young, but experienced Dutch player, Michael Van Gerwen, Gerwen is full of confidence, so far he hasn't been asked to dig deep, Lewis has not been at his best, but still good enough to get through, I hope this game lives up to it's expectations, certainly not one to miss, and just a thought, they will be playing for £25,000, $43,000, I guess that could make a lot of difference to the outcome.    

Comment by John Lowe on December 18, 2012 at 5:17am

Well, that's me finished for 2012, the last exhibition, or should I say after dinner speech, over, now it's time to put my feet up, relax, watch the two World championships, PDC and BDO, the PDC one well under way now, then off to Tenerife, my training camp (I like to think of it) for the whole of January, hopefully back, refreshed and ready to go again, already 50 bookings on the calendar for 2013, and quite a few tours in the pipeline, for those of you who have followed on my web site, the all new site is now up and running, and my coaching app for iphone and ipad, is doing very well in the market place, hopefully we will have it on the Android system in the new year. to read my views and daily reports on the World championship, visit my web site, and for those who wish to keep in contact regularly, then follow me on twitter, let me know you are a member of darts underground, and I will follow back. I do have intentions of visiting the USA and hopefully Canada in 2013, if you are interested in staging a show, then let me know, now it's off to the golf course, need to get my handicap down.

Comment by John Lowe on November 30, 2012 at 4:58am

It's time to plan for 2013, anyone in the USA who would like to be part of my 2013 tour, please contact me at

Comment by John Lowe on November 30, 2012 at 4:56am

Eric Bristow was voted out of the Jungle last night, he managed to stay in there for 18 days, and reached the top four campers left, the public loved his witty humour, and cringed many times when his tongue got the better of him, he has lost 28 lb in weight, that show it was not all, having a good time, they had to do trials to get food, and looking at the weight loss of all of them, they did not succeed many times, Eric lived up to his reputation though, the first thing he did when he left the Jungle, went straight to the pub, and a pint of Guinness, now it's down to the last three, Ashley (Pussy Cat Dolls) Charlie Brooks (East Enders Soap Star) and David Haye, Heavy weight boxing champion, I don't care who wins now, they are all good people, will keep you informed who wins. 

Photograph: Eric and Dave.

Comment by John Lowe on November 26, 2012 at 8:23am

Bristow is still in the Jungle, many thought he would be voted out by now, with is straight talking, sometimes Lady upsetting ways, but no, the public seem to like our Eric, four celebrities have now gone (back to their 5 star Hotel) only one week left, can Eric survive and become King of the Jungle ? the bookies say no, he is placed last at 16/1 to win, he needs to climb up the popularity ladder, maybe being nice to the lady's in camp would do the trick, but that's not Eric's way, he was nipped by a snake in last nights trial, wonder what the Jungle holds in store next ?

Comment by John Lowe on November 24, 2012 at 6:16am

I turned the clock back a few years last night, I played in  DARTSNATION at the John Smiths stadium, Huddersfield, eight world champions taking part, John Part, Martin Adams, Steve Beaten, John Walton Dennis Priestly, Bob Anderson, Ritchie Burnett, and myself, I opened up playing John Part, and a nice 11 dart leg put me through to the semi-final, next up Beaten, another great match, and a 5-4 victory, my opponent in the final was John Boy Walton, the high scores where flying, and the match was all tied at 4-4, John threw first, and closed out on 74, a great night with some very good darts, over 300 people in attendance, and well organised by Paul Hodkins, looking forward to another one tonight in Coventry.

Comment by John Lowe on November 24, 2012 at 6:10am

Eric survives another night in the jungle, but it is a must he volunteers to do a Bushtucker Trial, if he is going to keep the viewers voting for him, Heavy weight boxing champion, David Haye was superb in his trial last night, and is now firm favorite to win the title King of the Jungle, you can check it out at ITV I'm a celebrity get me out of here, they show videos of the previous day in Jungle Land.

Comment by John Lowe on November 24, 2012 at 6:06am

Patrick Chaplin, darts foremost historian has written a very interesting book, 180! Fascinating Darts Facts, it's a very interesting read, and a must for all darts players, and followers, a great Christmas stocking filler, use this link to order:  and remember to get one for yourself, some books are meant to be owned, never loaned.

Comment by John Lowe on November 24, 2012 at 6:04am

Warren, You can go to ITV I'm a celebrity get me out of here, they show video's of the show the next day.

Comment by Warren Ackary on November 23, 2012 at 5:05am

Hi John

Have been reading on Erics ventures via social media... very strange to read it as we arent seeing it here in Australia.

I think though that the series (and prior ones) are made by a UK "Reality Show" Company? Perhaps you could find out who Broadcasts the show as it sounds alot like Survivor.


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