The PDL is dedicated to providing a venue for playing dart where the matches are easy to get to. Driving distances to matches need to be kept to a minimum.
The PDL is dedicated to providing recognition for players. The PDL gives out a high percentage of awards to its membership.
The PDL, like any other organization, needs to be dependable. This means that shirts, awards, and events need to be presented in a timely manner. It is the habit of the PDL to provide these items approximately three weeks after the end of the playoffs at an awards event.
This is the post that got me post something the PDL:
|Hi all, I am thinking about trying to put together a very informal singles league in the Seattle area and as for the format I am thinking about mimicking the Premier league. Can anyone point me to an online resource that details what games they play, how many legs per set, umber of setss, etc? |
(sewa-darts.com post link)