Birthplace: Greenville, South Carolina
Profession: Field Sales Manager
Darts: Winmau Signature "Storm" Darts
Pet: Izzy the Cat
Started playing darts: 1990
Dart Team : The Usual Suspects
* 140 Singles Titles ( Most Recently, Ghost on the Coast, M. Beach SC 2018 )
* 44 National Playoffs ( Most Recently, ADO 501/Cricket Nationals Las Vegas, NV 2019)
* 22 International Events ( Most Recently, Winmau World Masters, 2018 )
* 8 Winmau World Masters Appearances ( Most Recently, 2018 )
* 3 America's Cup Teams ( Most Recently, Trinadad, W.I. 2018 )
* 2 Times America's Cup Team Gold Medal ( Most Recently, Trinidad 2018 )
* 2 Times ADO Cricket National Champion ( Most Recently, Las Vegas, NV 2017 )
* 2 Time Winmau 501 National Champion ( Most Recently, Myrtle Beach, SC 2017 )
* 1 Time ADO 501 National Champion ( Most Recently, Las Vegas, NV 2018 )
* 1 Time Winmau Cricket National Champion ( Most Recently, Myrtle Beach, SC 2018)
* 1 Time America's Cup 501 Singles Gold Medal ( Most Recently, Trinidad 2018 )
Sandy Hudson 2018
Sandy lives near her hometown of Greenville, South Carolina and has traveled throughout the world competing in the local, regional, national and international events. After years away from professional circuit, she came back to the sport in 2007 and has competed at the highest levels of women's darts in America and England ever since.
Sandy returned to Pineville, NC to compete in the Celebrate the New Year tournament which is usually her first event of the year. After getting snowed out in 2017 she picked up where she left off and won 5 or 6 events including her first 2 Singles Titles of the year. January ended with a successful trip to the ADO Nationals and the Las Vegas Open. She had won the last two ADO National Cricket Titles but was unable to keep the streak going losing to Paula Murphy and finishing Top 8. She rebounded the next day to capture her first ADO 501 National Championship topping Paula 5-2 in the Finals. She went on the record some good finishes in the Las Vegas Open.
In February she was at the Shoot for the Moon tournament in Huntsville, AL where she won 4 titles including 301 and 501 Singles. She returned to Pineville in February and won the ADO Area 5-6 National Qualifier which punched her ticket for the Nationals in Charlotte, NC later this spring. In March she won 5 of 6 events at the Fire on the Mountain tournament in Asheville, NC including both Singles Titles.
In April Sandy and her GGDG teammates traveled to play the Charleston Ladies Team and brought the NC/SC Ladies Challenge Cup back to the upstate. She played in the Charlotte Open won the ADO Masters National Playoff in Charlotte, NC to earn a spot in her 8th Winmau World Masters to be held later this year in England.
May brought the local Darts for Arch tournament and her 8th Singles Title of the season. In June the GGDG defending the NC/SC Cup topping the Wilmington, NC team. In June she traveled to Deerfield Beach, FL and won the 501 Pro shoot and the BDO Ranked 501 Singles Titles.
July was a busy month a got started with a bang in Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies at the WDF America's Cup. There she helped Team USA capture the Gold Medal in team play and win the Single's Title for the first time in her career. Next up was the QCDA Summer Shootout in Pineville, NC where she claimed 4 titles and the SCUDL Summer Slam in Greenville, SC where she won all 3 events she played including Cricket Singles. She and her GGDG teammates defended their Cup over Spartanburg.
She returned in September at the Palmetto Dart Classic in Greenville, SC where she picked up 4 titles including Cricket Singles. She also won the ADO Area 5-6 National Cricket Qualifier in Pineville, NC to punch her ticket for Las Vegas next January for the ADO National Championships. Then she was off to England where she competed in the 45th Winmau World Masters and Lakeside World Pro Qualifier. In the Masters she advance to her bracket Semi-Finals eventually finishing in the Top 36. She made a deep run in the Lakeside Qualifier winning her bracket and reaching the final round where she lost to a talented Polish player and finished one step short of her goal.
She won the Winmau Cricket National Championship and the Winmau 501 National Championship in October and won the 501 singles Title at Ghost on the Coast, her 17th Singles Title of the season.
For summaries of other years, "click here".
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