The Darts501 darts leg scorer first featured on the Darts501.mobi website. I have now incorporated this handy little scorer here into the new responsive Dart501 website. If you haven’t used it before the instructions are below.
The Darts501 Leg scorer is a basic darts game scorer that will prompt you with an outshot when one is available. To start you may wish to enter the player's names or just leave the titles as Player 1, Player 2.
To enter your names just click on the ‘Player 1’ and enter the name you want and again with ’Player 2’.
Now select the ’01 game you wish to play from 1,001, 701, 501, 301
to reset the score for a new game just click on the ’01 game you wish to play i.e. 501
Enter your score and press enter. If you enter the wrong score just press undo and re-enter the score. The scorer is designed to prompt outshots combination when your score can be finished within three darts. The checkout finishes are just guides and you may prefer your own combination out shot.
Match and stats are not supported with this basic scorer however there are many on the internet that will show this detail.
To open the scorer in a new window click on the button below.
If you are looking for something a little different and have a Microsoft Office Excel spreadsheet software then you might wish to try one of the few Excel dart scorers I have on this website. The first one I wrote back in 2005 then I added a Cricket version. The other two were sent to me by Darts501 fans for inclusion on the website and both have put their work in to make the most of the functions within an Excel spreadsheet. Revised June 2020 V1.4.1
Please read the ‘How to use‘ instructions contained within the spreadsheet. If prompted please enable macros on the spreadsheet. Compatible with MS Excel ’97 or later. V1.41
Please read the ‘How to use‘ instructions contained within the spreadsheet. If prompted please enable macros on the spreadsheet. Compatible with MS Excel ’97 or later.
Do you struggle to add up? Then this new Excel Dart Scorer by Steven Dean might be what you have been looking for.
This is an easy to use Excel scorer. You don’t even need to add up your scores because the visual board allows you to click on the scoring segments and the rest is done for you.
You can pre-set the match by applying player one and player two names. You can also set how legs and sets you wish to play. The set format again you set so you may want best of three for a set or best of 5 it is entirely up to you.
When you first run it the spreadsheet you will need to select ‘Read Only’ and ‘Enable Macro’s’. Compatible with MS Excel ’97 or later.
Here is another Microsoft Excel spreadsheet that goes a few steps further than the others on this page. Darren has devised a spreadsheet that allows you to determine the match setup from go. It will show you the players averages, 100's, 140's & 180's hit it also shows the highest finish and darts per leg all that you would expect from a paid piece of dedicated scoring software with one exception, you can download this for FREE!
Darren also informs me that the spreadsheet he has devised is currently being used in the some Super League Matches here in the UK.
Prior to the start of play, you are asked to enter the match options:
The main display screen shown here is where you set the team names and the players’ names then click on start and then off you go.
An excellent FREE Darts Scorer that shows statistics Supports the daily training and synchronize your results with all Windows 10 devices.
Free to download from Microsoft. It features several popular games X01 (101, 301, 501, 701, 1001, Cricket, and Round The Clock.
You can also play a computer opponent, synchronize your results between devices, different play modes, such as double in/out and an undo function. The Scorer will also show a checkout table allow for speech output and give you extensive statistics. It is a responsive design to run on your Windows pc or mobile windows tablet. Keyboard and touch input.
The Dart Scorer also features a training mode to help improve and record scores, doubles and other training games.