The normal distance to stand is 7 feet, 9 1/4 inches. That is about 2.37m. If you are new to dart throwing, you can always stand closer until you become more comfortable.
It depends. Stand them really close if u want then to make a mark in the wall and stand them rather far to save a few bucks. Warning: Kids might get annoyed if they have to stand far away and miss the dart board a multiple of times.
The Dart Board.
Facilities for darts are in may bars, pubs and clubs and there is 7-feet between the dart board and the toe line. The equipment needed for darts includes a numbered dart board and darts.
dart board and darts
Around the edge of the dart-board !
A magnetic dart board can be used for playing darts. The advantage of this is that it is safer because magnets are used instead of the sharp points on ordinary darts. This also means that the darts will usually stay on the board rather than falling to the floor if the board is missed.
The smallest positive number of whole points that a player can score by throwing no more than two darts at a standard dart board is 103. Every lesser value can be made with one or two darts.
There are many different games you can play with darts. The emphasis is on throwing them accurately.
yes, Because technically you are physically throwing the dart.
The Bullseye must be exactly 5 feet 8 inches from the floor and the toe line (where you stand to throw the darts) is 7 feet 9 and 1/4 inches from the board. Also see http://www.indepthinfo.com/darts/setup.shtml
60, the highest single-dart score on the board
a profesional dart can be up to 30 lbs Edit: Assuming you are talking about the dart board game, the professionals on average use from 18 to 23 gram darts. Some use lighter and some use heavier. I use 26 gram darts as does Phil Taylor. It all comes down to what you're comfortable with. So, if this is for the dart board game, there is no such thing as 30lb darts.
The darts of better quality will make it easier to aim at the board, but don't affect the mechanics of throwing them. Aim at the board, then click to mark your aiming point (X). Hold down your mouse button as you pull back (dart moves down), then release it to throw. The proper drawback is about halfway to the lower edge of the board, but it can vary.
Why don't you figure it out.
I have seen them at Walmart and Kmart. Or if you are not in the U.S. you can buy them online on amazon.
You pick a spot on the dart board and pull back, still holding the dart and relese
The common US distance from throw line to face of board for soft tip darts is 8 feet. 7'-9.25 inches is for steel tip darts.
wipe it with glue and they will stick better.
As few as you can. You don't want anything other than your throwing arm moving when you're throwing a dart. The more parts of you that move during a throw, the more vectors are added to the equation of where the dart is going to go.
The most common usage of the term is in garment making; it is a tool used to shape material. Various wedges and shaping tools are used when creating new patterns and they are typically named for the shape they resemble. In dart throwing it is a dart that has been shaped with a tapered end; though since the tapered end shape is fairly common for throwing darts they are usually just called darts.
Standard height from the floor to the bullseye on the dartboard is 5 feet 8 inches, while the oche (distance between the front of the board and the toeline) should measure 7 feet 9.25inches.