- PDC Women's World Darts Championship
PDC Women's World Championship Tournament information Venue Winter Gardens (final) Location Blackpool
Country England Established 2010 Organisation(s) Professional Darts Corporation Format Legs Prize Fund £30,000 (2010) Month(s) Played June/July Final Year 2010 Final champion(s) Stacy Bromberg
The PDC Women's World Championship was the first ever women's darts tournament organised by the Professional Darts Corporation. It was one of the three new tournaments that the PDC created in 2010 following the rejection of its offer to buy out the British Darts Organisation, but was never staged again during 2011.
The only winner of the competition was 2010 champion Stacy Bromberg, who defeated Tricia Wright 6-5 at the Winter Gardens, Blackpool on July 24, 2010. The final was played during the men's World Matchplay event which is traditionally held during the summer in Blackpool.
The British Darts Organisation's version of the Women's World Championship which began in 2001, continues to be staged each January.
Year Champion Score (legs) Runner-up Prize Fund Champion Runner-up 2010 Stacy Bromberg 6-5 Tricia Wright £30,000 £10,000 £5,000
- ^ "World Matchplay - Semi-Finals". PDC. 24 Jul 2010. http://www.pdc.tv/page/WorldMatchplayDetail/0,,10180~2101390,00.html. Retrieved 24 July 2010.
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