Graham Hall is currently ranked #7 in the WDF UK/Ireland Men and #43 in the men’s WDF Main Ranking. He’s also ranked #55 in the PDC Challenge Tour Order of Merit and has a bag full of competitions to his name.
Graham first played in the PDC Qualifying School (Q-School) in Wigan in 2013. He failed to qualify but went on to secure a Challenge Tour win in May of that year and made the UK Open.
In 2022 he qualified again, as a Riley’s Qualifier, for the UK Open and reached the last 64, having taken the scalps of Steve Beaton, Andrew Gilding and Kevin Burness before losing out 10-7 to former World Masters Youth Champion, Keane Barry.
In 2022, Graham also reached the final of the Welsh Classic narrowly missing a victory (6-5 to Barry Copeland) and then was a finalist in the England Open again narrowly missing a win (5-4 to David Pallet).
By invitation he has played in four of the 2022 Players Championships in close-fought games with the likes of Ryan Searle, James Wade and Joe Cullen. He has also been invited to play in several Modus On-Line Live League games.
Born in 1989, Graham comes from Alcester, Warwickshire. He started playing darts in his late teens, then progressed to local leagues before playing occasional County Darts for both Warwickshire and Worcestershire; he now represents The Black Country.