The Perth Darts Masters is one of the regular events on the ever-growing PDC calendar held in Mount Claremont, Australia.

With the aim of taking the sport into new areas and continuing to grow the game across the globe, the tournament will be the fifth and final leg of the increasingly popular World Series of Darts schedule in 2017.

Like all World Series events, the 16-man tournament sees eight of the PDC's highest-ranked players invited alongside eight local favourites, who come through qualifiers for the right to take on the best in the business.

Established in 2014, the tournament is one of the longest running in the Series, as darts continues to grow Down Under.

Phil Taylor won the first two additions of the event - beating Michael van Gerwen and James Wade in 2014 and 2015 respectively - but lost his hold on the trophy following a shock defeat by local hopeful Corey Cadby in the opening round of the 2016 tournament.

Van Gerwen took advantage to join the roll of honour after a comprehensive 11-4 victory over Dave Chisnall last year and will defend his title alongside the likes of Taylor, Wade, Gary Anderson and Peter Wright in 2017.

The tournament will be held across the weekend of August 25-27 at the HBF Stadium in Mount Claremont, Australia.

Perth Darts Masters roll of honour

YearFinal Result
2014Phil Taylor 11-9 Michael van Gerwen
2015Phil Taylor 11-7 James Wade
2016Michael van Gerwen 11-4 Dave Chisnall

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