WINMAU SIMON WHITLOCK BRASS DARTS – 22 or 24 gram
22G IS OUT OF STOCK
You are buying 1 x set of darts Conjured by “The Wizard” himself, these BRASS darts are replicas of his unique barrel design. Perfectly weighted & balanced.
Options Available: 22 or 24gm
Barrel design varies in different weights.
Simon Whitlock – the darting wizard who blew the roof off the Alexandra
Palace in 2010 with his blockbusting high checkout finishes and
devastating power scoring is a man on a mission.
After mostly plying his trade in his native Australia,
Simon is now fully committed to playing the full PDC tour.
Great news for dart fans – who will now get to see more of this highly talented
and explosive player,
but not so good news for opposition players – who will no doubt soon be wishing
that this brilliant darting wizard would walk up the
yellow brick all the way back to the land of Oz.
Winmau is delighted to announce the signing of one of the hottest
names in world darts – Simon “The Wizard” Whitlock!
The 42 year old Australian (who is now based in the UK),
capped a stunning week of darts by defeating the world’s number 2, 3, and 4 seed
on his way to the PDC World Championship Final on his first attempt,
and joins Winmau on an exclusive 3-year contract.
“The sponsorship deal marks a great year for me”, revealed Simon,
“I’m really happy to join Winmau.
I love their passion for darts and for providing the best equipment in the business.
It’s great to be able to switch between any set of darts and not
get stuck with one match set, as all my Winmau darts are exactly the same.”
Simon who recently switched over to the PDC, is one of the few players who
has shot into the PDC’s top 16 within a year of entering.
He has already made his mark winning 3 Pro Tour events.
Winmau head of marketing, Simon Hall, said “I’ve watched Simon’s darts for many
years and have always been a big fan of his amazing finishing power and will to win.
It’s great that Simon has chose to work with us and we’ll be doing all
we can to help him win many more major titles in the future.”