Connor Scutt Player Darts

Ritchie Edhouse

Connor Scutt

Connor ‘Sniper’ Scutt is a British Open runner up, three-times Challenge Tour semi-finalist, an England International player and WDF world number 22.

Connor started to play Super League in Surrey and soon started the development tour, which led to Q-School and the Challenge Tour. He finished high enough in the Challenge Tour order of merit to be invited to play a Pro Tour in which he defeated Robert Thornton on the streamed board but lost the next game to Glen Durrant.

During Covid lockdown, Connor started to play Online Darts League, and has gone from strength to strength, always making champions week in every phase he has played in.  In Phase 5 he made the Grand Final losing out to Robert Thornton.

He won phase 6 and set some new records including the most 180’s in a day (16), the highest ever daily combined average (102.2 over 5 matches) and hit 48 180’s in the week.

In 2021 he attended the British Open and finished runner up in the main gold ranked event, and qualified to represent England. He also reached the semi- final of the Italian grand Masters, and the last 8 in the Welsh Open gold event. He also qualified for the WDF World Championships.

The Mission Connor Scutt players darts feature a fully contoured barrel design with radial grooves, sandblasted and finished with a black and gold PVD coating. These sleak and stealthy looking 'Sniper' darts are 95% tungsten and are completed by the Mission logo laser etched into the rear of the barrel. These have a grip rating of 5 out of 10.