Darts Throwing Distance

Drawings dimensioning the regulation throwing distances and board height in a game of darts

The throwing distance in the game of darts is regulated at 7’ 9.25” | 2.37 m from the oche to the front face of the dartboard. Dartboards must be hung on the wall with the center of the bullseye at 5’8” | 1.73 m from the floor—a height established based on the eye-level of a six foot man. Used in professional dart games, a standard oche is 2’ | .6 m wide and 1.5” | 38 mm tall to clearly establish the regulation throwing line. Casual darts environments may choose to use tape or another type of surface marking to identify the oche.


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Height: 5’8” | 1.73 m to center of bullseye
Distance: 7’ 9.25” | 2.37 m oche to face of board
Diagonal: 9’ 7.5” | 2.93 m to bullseye
Oche Width: 2’ | .6 m
Oche Height (Pro): 1.5” | 38 mm



Drawings include:
Darts Throwing Distance side elevation, front, dart player


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Darts is a competitive game of skill where players throw small missiles (darts) at a circular board (dartboard) attached to a wall. The sport of darts has many types of games, but the title darts has come to be a general term for any variant played with three darts part round.