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The “MAN” has a knack for throwing perfect darts…

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SALUTING PERFECTION

Canada’s Shawn Brenneman, affectionately known as “The MAN,” followed up on his historical performance from 2017 by adding another perfect 501 on May 6, 2020.  This time his victim was fellow countryman Kiley Edmunds.

In Virginia Beach, Shawn’s “perfecto” came against another Canadian ace, PDC player Jeff Smith. America is breathing a sigh of relief that Shawn lives in the north.

Brenneman was the first ever player to notch dart’s grandest achievement on the DartConnect scoring app during sanctioned competition at the 2017 Virginia Beach Classic. Well, he’s just made history AGAIN with the first ever 9-darter in CDC competition!

Captured forever on DartConnect TV, Shawn’s prowess on the oche will live on and may never be surpassed. Review the reports from these two legendary matches at the links below.

Shawn Brenneman’s Perfect 501s:

Virginia Beach 2017:
View Match Report

Championship Darts Circuit Champions League 2020:
View Match Report

The Eagle Flies High in Charlotte – Butler Nails “Friday the 13th” 9-Dart 501 on his way to the World Masters

The most decorated player in US darts history, Larry “The Eagle” Butler, hit his second-ever 9-dart perfect 501 in competition at the 2018 ADO World Masters National Finals hosted by the Charlotte Open in North Carolina on Friday the 13th.

“My last perfect game in competition was at the PDC Player’s Championship 6 or 7 years ago,” recalled Butler, “Plus I’ve thrown a few in practice at home and at events like the Buckeye Open in my home state of Ohio.”

What’s going through your mind as your throwing a perfect 501?

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“Awesome” Dawson hits perfection on PDC Development Tour

Canadian Dawson Murschell hits a nine-dart finish at the PDC Development Tour 1 in Wigan. It was achieved in a match against Declan Fishwick who he defeated 4-2 in the last 16. Dawson is the first Canadian player on the PDC circuit  to hit a nine darter since John Part got his at the World Matchplay in 2011.

An inspired Dawson went on to a second place finish behind Rafferty Nathan.  A great incentive for Murschell, as he kept his momentum going into PDC Development Tour 2 and finished in the top 8.   Read more