Birthplace: Greenville, South Carolina
Profession: Field Sales Manager
Darts: Winmau Signature "Storm" Darts
Pet: Izzy the Cat
Started playing darts: 1990
Dart Team : Stranger Things - Greater Greenville Dart Girls - Holy Rabbit Hole Batman
* 154 Singles Titles ( Most Recently, 501 & Cricket Title, Summer Shootout, Pineville, NC - 2021 )
* 49 National Playoffs ( Most Recently, Winmau Cricket Nationals, Charlotte, NC - 2021)
* 22 International Events ( Most Recently, Winmau World Masters, Bridlington, England 2018 )
* 8 Winmau World Masters Appearances ( Most Recently, 2018 )
* 3 America's Cup USA 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 Times Winmau 501 National Champion ( Most Recently, Myrtle Beach, SC 2018 )
* 2 years World Darts Federation Top ranked Ladies American player ( Most recently, 2018 )
* 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 2021
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, like most players missed a massive part of the 2020 due to the Covid pandemic and sadly it is still impacting the American dart tour with postponements and cancellations. Sandy is optimistic some sort of normalcy will return, hopefully sooner than later.
Covid continues to effect events as we move into 2021. Sandy had her first event rescheduled and ended up starting her season in Inman, SC in January. Though rusty, she won all 6 events she played including both Singles titles. She didn't get to play again until May at the Darts for Arch tournament but won 2 of 3 events and her 3rd Singles title.
In June Sandy helped the GGDG to a victory in the NC/SC Ladies Challenge Cup over Charleston, then in July she was in Charlotte for the Winmau Cricket National Championships where she finished in the Top 4. In August she won 3 events at the QCDA Summer Shootout including both Singles events which raised her season Singles titles to 5 and her career titles to 154.
In September she helped the GGDG claim a victory over Spartanburg in the NC/SC ladies Challenge Cup.
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