16 November, 2022

Moving into the 2023 season the Amateur Darts Circuit (ADC) will be joining with associate sponsor LP Metal Detecting to introduce the 2023 Women’s Championship tour.

LP Metal Detecting is one of the UK’s leading providers of metal detecting equipment, has entered a commercial partnership with the ADC, which starts with immediate effect.

LP Metal Detecting currently sponsor high-profile players and have a great interest in the game already. This partnership will allow the ADC to continue to move forward and open more doors for all players.

Continuing to offer multiple opportunities to all levels of amateur players via local competitions, well-organised singles leagues and a professionally run tour, Women players will be able to play 12 events over 3 weekends with a prize pool of £8,500 throughout 2023. All the event will be capped at 64 players with the top 8 players at the end of the year moving forward to play live at the Modus Super Series.

LP Metal Detecting stocks a wide range of metal detectors and accessories from all major manufacturers and has 36 years of experience in the metal detecting business.

Scott Hunt of the Amateur Darts Circuit added: “We are thrilled that LP Metal Detecting has partnered with the ADC. Having their support will allow us to take the amateur game to the next level and provide ambitious darts players the best environment to play in.

As we share the same passions for the game, I am looking forward to a successful partnership”

More information is available at with regular updates posted on the ADC twitter page @dartscircuit and Facebook page ‘Amateur Darts Circuit’.

Memberships and entries to all ADC events are available now via

Any players interested in playing in the LP Metal Detecting Women’s Championship Tour, please get in contact with Claire Stamper, Head of Women’s Development on email – Claire will be able to sort out discounts on hotels for the weekend for guests and players.

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