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The World Grand Prix is a PDC darts tournament held at the CityWest Convention Centre in Dublin each October.

This unique tournament has shorter opening rounds, which can lead to some surprise results, and players must start and finish each leg on a double including the option of the bullseye.

Phil Taylor has dominated the event, winning it on eleven occasions, while Michael van Gerwen and James Wade are the other multiple champions.

Brendan Dolan made history in the 2011 event by becoming the first player ever to hit a nine dart finish in a televised tournament featuring a double start. He began by scoring 160, proceeded by a 180 and finished with a 161 checkout on the bull. Both James Wade and Robert Thornton have since matched that feat.

World Grand Prix roll of honour

YearFinal Result
1998Phil Taylor 13-8 Rod Harrington
1999Phil Taylor 6-1 Shayne Burgess
2000Phil Taylor 6-1 Shayne Burgess
2001Alan Warriner 8-2 Roland Scholten
2002Phil Taylor 7-3 John Part
2003Phil Taylor 7-2 John Part
2004Colin Lloyd 7-3 Alan Warriner
2005Phil Taylor 7-1 Colin Lloyd
2006Phil Taylor 7-4 Terry Jenkins
2007James Wade 6-3 Terry Jenkins
2008Phil Taylor 6-2 Raymond van Barneveld
2009Phil Taylor 6-3 Raymond van Barneveld
2010James Wade 6-3 Adrian Lewis 
2011Phil Taylor 6-3 Brendan Dolan
2012Michael van Gerwen 6-4 Mervyn King
2013Phil Taylor 6-0 Dave Chisnall
2014Michael van Gerwen 5-3 James Wade
2015Robert Thornton 5-4 Michael van Gerwen

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