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German Open/Masters 2017  Hi all , German Open / Masters weekend . Firstly was the Open on the Saturday .  Up early and looking forward to it , with Craig and Derek playing just before me and  my self being seeded 8 , I had to wait for my first game as I got a bye into the next  round . Warm up was going well and then was asked to play my game on stage .  Scored very well but was missing doubles, here we go again , but took the game 4-0 .  Next game on the floor. My opponent was from Denmark and I knew he was a very  good player . We both scored very well but my doubles were awful and I lost 4-2 ,  very well played and an excellent 100+ finish to win the match . Forgive me for not  remembering your name . Sunday for the Masters was an even earlier rise for Craig and Derek as the tournament  was gonna finish earlier . Seeded 8 again, so had to wait for my first match .  Today was better as I was finishing much better and quicker . Last 64 match was  against a young German lad , Daniel Zygla , I have seen this lad play before and knew  I was in for a great match . I went up 2-0 with some good steady scoring , clean  finishing , with a 147 out . Then Daniel came back at me with 3 sub 15 dart legs,  great darts . I brought it back to 3-3 with a couple of 180s included for a nervous  16 darter . Into deciding leg , as I have the darts I needs a good start , 60 away not good .  Daniel was scoring well and at 12 darts he was shooting 132 .  He shot bull x bull and wired dbl 16 , so unlucky . As I was sitting on a three dart finish  I needed to take it out , last dart at double 18 went inside . Daniel then came in and hit  dbl 8 on his second dart . Was a great match to play in and Daniel deserved his victory  and go into last 32 , well done All in all was a good weekend with the guys and had some laughs . No points on the  table for me but didn't matter as around me on the table didn't gain or defend so I  actually moved up a place.  Thank you all for messages of support and continued support from my sponsors.  Special mention to Dorothy who keeps me sane. The Belfry Open Saturday 15th and Brugge Open 16th April . We arrived Friday evening to a  beautiful square and scenic town . Took a walk over on the Friday evening to take a look at this  beautiful building and wasn't disappointed . What an amazing venue to play darts in and was  looking forward to the events over the next two days . Up early , nice breakfast and over to the  venue . Was busy so made our way to the VIP room for some practice . Boards all set up perfectly  and lots of room for all players . Started off very well and was finishing well.  Into the last 16 and was up against Paul Hogan . He was starting most legs with 180 but I was  staying with him and was a great game . At 3-3 it was Paul's darts and we both started steady ,  some big scores from us both followed , Paul set up his double but I took out my finish .  Fantastic game to play in and we both deserved a beer after that .  James Hurrell in the last 8 and this was another great match with good finishing and high scoring .  I took the match 5-3 and was feeling confident going into semi final .  Jim Williams was my opponent here and playing this match on the floor we both got ready for a  great match . This match was best of 5 legs , best of 3 sets and we both scored high and some good  finishing . I took this match 2 -0 in sets but could have gone either way .  Onto the final and against Scott Mitchell . Now they used those surround lights and were different  from the practice room , no excuses as it took both of us a few darts to get used to it. Scott wasn't  missing much and went 2-0 in sets . I took the third set but Scott was scoring and finishing well  and took the match 3 - 1 in sets .  Overall very happy with my performance and getting to another final . Lighting around the board ,  in my opinion , will take a while to get used to and I don't like it .    A fantastic gesture on the Saturday night as the organisation invited myself and Dorothy for dinner with a few other players . Beautiful food and wine , was a great night .   Belfry Open/Brugge Open - Brugge,Belgium 2017     Onto the Sunday for the Brugge Open and was feeling relaxed and very comfortable . Onto the  last 32 and my opponent was the legend Mr Tony O'Shea . Taking the match 4-1 was a flattering  result for me as it wasn't easy . Onto the last 16 and to meet Jim Williams again . Jim was  playing fantastic darts and was finishing superb and beat me 4-1 , a well deserved victory .  So overall I was very happy with my weekends work , picked up some good points and had a  fantastic weekend . Dorothy enjoyed her weekend in Brugge and was great to have her by my side.  Iím looking forward to next years event already, beautiful town, well organised event, fantastic venue, highly recommended, so donít miss out. Thankyou for the messages of support and of course to my sponsors BBCS, Harlequin Teamwear, and Red Dagon Darts.  Ross Montgomery.
Ross reaches his Highest World Ranking. Scotland’s Ross Montgomery, the 54-year old from East Kilbride continues his terrific form in 2017 climbing to 6th in the World and his highest ever BDO World Ranking in over 25 years as a darts professional. The seasoned pro is showing life begins after 50 as he continues to build on his superb 2016 season where he won the Belgium Open and the Jersey Classic. A finalist in the 2016 Europe Cup pairs along with Alan Soutar they narrowly lost out to the talented Dutch duo of Richard Veenstra and Wesley Harms. The in-form Scot then made great runs as double runner-up in the Swedish Open (losing to Glen Durrant) and the Czech Open (losing to Andy Baetens) picking up more vital ranking points along the way. Despite losing out to Richard Veenstra in the first round of the World Championships at Lakeside, Montgomery has remained unshakable reaching the final of the World’s biggest open event, the 2017 Dutch Open, the first major event after the World Championships. Ross’ string of exceptional performances featured wins over Martin Adams, Dean Reynolds and Scott Mitchell in the latter stages. Despite losing out 3-1 to Mark McGeeney in the final, ‘The Boss’ picked up even more ranking points catapulting him up the BDO Rankings, making him a serious contender for every title. With runs to the last 32 and the last 16 in the Scottish Open and the Bruges Open respectively in February and April it put Montgomery on the verge of securing a place well inside the top 10 of the BDO. In Esbjerg, Denmark, only last weekend Montgomery further stamped his authority on the BDO Tour with terrific runs in both the Denmark Open and the Denmark Masters reaching the Semi-Finals on both days, with the latter stages streamed live on the internet. In the Denmark Open, Montgomery produced some spell-binding performances to defeat Toon Grebe in the last 16 setting up a Quarter-Final with the World number 1 Glen Durrant where “The Boss” put in yet another terrific display beating current World Champion Durrant in a last-leg decider (4-3). In the Semi-Final Ross faced a tough battle with Scott Mitchell, where the classy 2015 World Champion got the better of Montgomery on this occasion. Just 24 hours later, ‘The Boss’ replicated the form which seen him reach the last four in the Denmark to book his place in his second Semi-Final.  It was another magnificent weekend overall for ‘The Boss’ where he climbed into sixth place in the BDO rankings, his highest ever World Ranking (World Darts Federation). When asked what’s made such a difference over the last few years the forthright Scot said “It’s very hard to pin point one exact thing but my new darts are amazing, I’m also very lucky to have the backing of Red Dragons technical team in this area and their belief in me as a player it’s all helped me really enjoy working hard on my game. My confidence has undoubtedly grown and I really feel like I can compete at the very top level of the game. With such a competitive tour and lots of new young European players coming through I’m enjoying the challenge of living with them all”
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We shall endeavour to keep you updated on how Ross is doing on the BDO Circuit, his Exhibitions and appearences for Scotland. If you would like to book Ross for an Exhibition or to just get in touch, please use the email link above. Many thanks for visiting and we look forward to seeing you soon.
German Open/Masters 2017  Hi all , German Open / Masters weekend . Firstly was the Open on the Saturday .  Up early and looking forward to it , with Craig and Derek playing just before me and  my self being seeded 8 , I had to wait for my first game as I got a bye into the next  round . Warm up was going well and then was asked to play my game on stage .  Scored very well but was missing doubles, here we go again , but took the game 4-0 .  Next game on the floor. My opponent was from Denmark and I knew he was a very  good player . We both scored very well but my doubles were awful and I lost 4-2 ,  very well played and an excellent 100+ finish to win the match . Forgive me for not  remembering your name . Sunday for the Masters was an even earlier rise for Craig and Derek as the tournament  was gonna finish earlier . Seeded 8 again, so had to wait for my first match .  Today was better as I was finishing much better and quicker . Last 64 match was  against a young German lad , Daniel Zygla , I have seen this lad play before and knew  I was in for a great match . I went up 2-0 with some good steady scoring , clean  finishing , with a 147 out . Then Daniel came back at me with 3 sub 15 dart legs,  great darts . I brought it back to 3-3 with a couple of 180s included for a nervous  16 darter . Into deciding leg , as I have the darts I needs a good start , 60 away not good .  Daniel was scoring well and at 12 darts he was shooting 132 .  He shot bull x bull and wired dbl 16 , so unlucky . As I was sitting on a three dart finish  I needed to take it out , last dart at double 18 went inside . Daniel then came in and hit  dbl 8 on his second dart . Was a great match to play in and Daniel deserved his victory  and go into last 32 , well done All in all was a good weekend with the guys and had some laughs . No points on the  table for me but didn't matter as around me on the table didn't gain or defend so I  actually moved up a place.  Thank you all for messages of support and continued support from my sponsors.  Special mention to Dorothy who keeps me sane.   The Belfry Open Saturday 15th and Brugge Open 16th April . We arrived Friday evening to a  beautiful square and scenic town . Took a walk over on the Friday evening to take a look at this  beautiful building and wasn't disappointed . What an amazing venue to play darts in and was  looking forward to the events over the next two days . Up early , nice breakfast and over to the  venue . Was busy so made our way to the VIP room for some practice . Boards all set up perfectly  and lots of room for all players . Started off very well and was finishing well.  Into the last 16 and was up against Paul Hogan . He was starting most legs with 180 but I was  staying with him and was a great game . At 3-3 it was Paul's darts and we both started steady ,  some big scores from us both followed , Paul set up his double but I took out my finish .  Fantastic game to play in and we both deserved a beer after that .  James Hurrell in the last 8 and this was another great match with good finishing and high scoring .  I took the match 5-3 and was feeling confident going into semi final .  Jim Williams was my opponent here and playing this match on the floor we both got ready for a  great match . This match was best of 5 legs , best of 3 sets and we both scored high and some good  finishing . I took this match 2 -0 in sets but could have gone either way .  Onto the final and against Scott Mitchell . Now they used those surround lights and were different  from the practice room , no excuses as it took both of us a few darts to get used to it. Scott wasn't  missing much and went 2-0 in sets . I took the third set but Scott was scoring and finishing well  and took the match 3 - 1 in sets .  Overall very happy with my performance and getting to another final . Lighting around the board ,  in my opinion , will take a while to get used to and I don't like it .    A fantastic gesture on the Saturday night as the organisation invited myself and Dorothy for dinner with a few other players . Beautiful food and wine , was a great night .   Belfry Open/Brugge Open - Brugge,Belgium 2017     Onto the Sunday for the Brugge Open and was feeling relaxed and very comfortable . Onto the  last 32 and my opponent was the legend Mr Tony O'Shea . Taking the match 4-1 was a flattering  result for me as it wasn't easy . Onto the last 16 and to meet Jim Williams again . Jim was  playing fantastic darts and was finishing superb and beat me 4-1 , a well deserved victory .  So overall I was very happy with my weekends work , picked up some good points and had a  fantastic weekend . Dorothy enjoyed her weekend in Brugge and was great to have her by my side.  Iím looking forward to next years event already, beautiful town, well organised event, fantastic venue, highly recommended, so donít miss out. Thankyou for the messages of support and of course to my sponsors BBCS, Harlequin Teamwear, and Red Dagon Darts.  Ross Montgomery.
Ross reaches his Highest World Ranking. Scotland’s Ross Montgomery, the 54-year old from East Kilbride continues his terrific form in 2017 climbing to 6th in the World and his highest ever BDO World Ranking in over 25 years as a darts professional. The seasoned pro is showing life begins after 50 as he continues to build on his superb 2016 season where he won the Belgium Open and the Jersey Classic. A finalist in the 2016 Europe Cup pairs along with Alan Soutar they narrowly lost out to the talented Dutch duo of Richard Veenstra and Wesley Harms. The in-form Scot then made great runs as double runner-up in the Swedish Open (losing to Glen Durrant) and the Czech Open (losing to Andy Baetens) picking up more vital ranking points along the way. Despite losing out to Richard Veenstra in the first round of the World Championships at Lakeside, Montgomery has remained unshakable reaching the final of the World’s biggest open event, the 2017 Dutch Open, the first major event after the World Championships. Ross’ string of exceptional performances featured wins over Martin Adams, Dean Reynolds and Scott Mitchell in the latter stages. Despite losing out 3-1 to Mark McGeeney in the final, ‘The Boss’ picked up even more ranking points catapulting him up the BDO Rankings, making him a serious contender for every title. With runs to the last 32 and the last 16 in the Scottish Open and the Bruges Open respectively in February and April it put Montgomery on the verge of securing a place well inside the top 10 of the BDO. In Esbjerg, Denmark, only last weekend Montgomery further stamped his authority on the BDO Tour with terrific runs in both the Denmark Open and the Denmark Masters reaching the Semi-Finals on both days, with the latter stages streamed live on the internet. In the Denmark Open, Montgomery produced some spell-binding performances to defeat Toon Grebe in the last 16 setting up a Quarter-Final with the World number 1 Glen Durrant where “The Boss” put in yet another terrific display beating current World Champion Durrant in a last-leg decider (4-3). In the Semi-Final Ross faced a tough battle with Scott Mitchell, where the classy 2015 World Champion got the better of Montgomery on this occasion. Just 24 hours later, ‘The Boss’ replicated the form which seen him reach the last four in the Denmark to book his place in his second Semi-Final.  It was another magnificent weekend overall for ‘The Boss’ where he climbed into sixth place in the BDO rankings, his highest ever World Ranking (World Darts Federation). When asked what’s made such a difference over the last few years the forthright Scot said “It’s very hard to pin point one exact thing but my new darts are amazing, I’m also very lucky to have the backing of Red Dragons technical team in this area and their belief in me as a player it’s all helped me really enjoy working hard on my game. My confidence has undoubtedly grown and I really feel like I can compete at the very top level of the game. With such a competitive tour and lots of new young European players coming through I’m enjoying the challenge of living with them all”
Welsh Open 2017 - Prestatyn, Wales.  This years Welsh Open started with a bye for Ross, then a game vís Youth Player  Jordan Singh winning 3-1. The Last 256 saw Ross defeated by Northern Irelands Michael Meeney 3-2 in a close run match.