How Long Is the Oche in Darts?


The Oche, which is line behind which player should stand, in Darts should be 236.86 centimeters from the Dartboard. Get more specifications about Darts at:
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The recommended height starting from the floor to the bullseye on the dartboard is 5 ft 8” and the oche should measure 7 ft 9.25”. Oche is the distance between the face of the board and the toe-line.
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from the centre of the bullseye to the throw line is usually 7ft 9 1/4 inches, but some pubs play at 8ft.
The line behind which the throwing player must stand is 7 ft 9¼ in (2.37 m) from the face of the board, though a few British pubs set it at 8 ft (2.44 m) or 8 ft 6 in (2.59
The oche is generally located 2.37m (7'9.25") from the face of the dartboard measured horizontally.
The correct measurement is 2.37 meters from the face of the dartboard to the oche. You do not measure from the wall to the oche. The center of the bullseye should be 1.73 meters from
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