501 Singles League


Please read this Posting carefully before signing up.

This is a pay to play and cash league, you must pay one week before the start of the season to have your points count, the payouts depend on filling up all the spots in each division.

Singles league will be played on approximately every other Sunday with the Spring Season starting on February 24th, played for a total over 12 weeks (6 weeks of play):

* Week 1- 24th February
* Week 2- 10th March
* Week 3- 24th March
* Week 4- 31st March
* Week 5- 14th April
* Week 6- 5 May (delayed by other events)

(No matches played on St. Patrick’s Day (3/17), Easter (4/21), or Mother’s Day (May 12th)). Also scheduled to avoid other tournaments (Camellia, Queen Mary, CA State Championship, etc.)).

The Singles league will be made up of 3 divisions: Premier, A Division, and B Division. There will be a maximum of 12 players in each division (or additional subdivision if necessary).

The Premier Division

The Premier Division(s) fee will be $50 with each member playing 12 legs against every other player for a total of 11 matches played. Of the $600 collected, $100 will go to the SCDA.

Premier Payouts are as follows:

1st – $250
2nd – $120
3rd – $70
4th – $60

A Division

The A Division(s) fee will be $40 with each member playing 10 legs against every other player. Of the $480 collected, $100 will go to SCDA

A Division Payouts are as follows:

1st – $100
2nd – $90
3rd – $70
4th – $70
5th – $50

B Division

The B Division fee will be $30 with each member playing 8 legs against every other. B Division will hold the remaining players that want to play. Of the $360 collected, $100 will go to SCDA

B Division Payouts are as follows:

1st $80
2nd $70
3rd $60
4th $50

Money Disbursement

The monies collected for the SCDA ($100/division), will go toward the SCDA covering the expenses for DartConnect ($5/player), tablet usage, and 1 new dartboard/season for each division.

Player Limits

Since this a new concept, there will be a limit of 36 players for the first season of play, so if you want to get in, you need to do so very quickly as these spots will go in the blink of an eye. If there is a larger demand, Robert will create an extra division to replicate one of the ones above, and it will be structured in the exact same way as above. But, named (A)1 and (A)2 for example and the players will be evenly spread between divisions based on DartConnect averages.

The entire season schedule for all divisions will be created before the season begins. On match day, each division will split players into groups of 3. All players in each group will play 2 matches (1 match each against the other 2 players), and chalk a match for the others. The groups of 3 will change every week so that by the end of the season, every player will have played 1 match against every player in their division. If people have to reschedule a match, they must let the other two players know ASAP, and it will be the group of three’s decision if they play one match on the regular date and meet up to make up the other two, or if they will reschedule the whole day (matches may be rescheduled to any day of the week, but players must inform the League organizer (Robert) of what the 3 players have decided).

Not having matches every Sunday will allow matches to be rescheduled to an off week.

The dartboards and tablets will be stored on location (MacLeod’s) and 3 of each will be set-up (along with other necessary equipment) by the teams playing the first match of the day (one for each of the 3 divisions). The teams playing the last match of the day will be responsible for removing and properly storing all equipment. Matches will be scheduled every 2 hours with match start times of 12pm, 2pm, 4pm and 6pm..

There will be a score sheet required for each group of three to fill out each play week, the score sheet will be filled in and signed by all three players and then sent to the email shown on the sheet (same info as Monday Night League).


Corking will be per PDC Rules with only 3 possible outcomes: 1. Not in bull; 2. 25 point/outer bull; and 3. 50 point/inner bull. A bull must be hit to win the cork (as is currently done in Monday’s A Division). After the first leg, players will then alternate the start of all remaining legs.

Prizes will be given out at the end of each season.


Pay Fees

You can pay the season fees here.