Welcome to the Official home of PDC Darts professional, Terry ‘The Bull’ Jenkins.
Terry is one of the best known and well loved darts professionals on the PDC circuit, with many TV appearances on Sky Sports under his belt, including the world famous Premier League, and NINE major TV finals.
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The Bull reached final of 2014 European Championships in Germany, with wins against Gary Anderson, Stephen Bunting, and Mervyn King. Read more here.
The Bull is 2014 UK Open Runner up! Terry tears up the field in Minehead, including a win against the world number one Michael van Gerwen, read more here.
Terry Hits a 9 Darter at the 2014 Worlds
A mixed time at the Ladbrokes World Championships for Terry; Going out in the first round, but hitting a magical 9 darter in the game. See the video here.
Home of The Raging Bull!
Please browse this site to learn more about Terry, and use our built-in secure ticket shop to purchase tickets to his many darts exhibitions. If you wish to book Terry for an exhibition, use our contact form to let us know your requirements. Book Terry on his own, or with his good friend Andy ‘The Pieman’ Smith for double the entertainment! Or alternatively, if you wish to promote your company using a high visibility sponsorship patch on Terry’s shirt, take a look here.
One of the most popular players on the PDC circuit but he is still left chasing a dream – to win one of the big tournaments – an ambition which has eluded him for so long.
In November 2008, Jenkins reached his sixth ‘Major’ TV Final and suffered his sixth defeat – losing to Phil Taylor at the Grand Slam of Darts II in Wolverhampton. 2014 has been a renaissance year for The Bull, making the final of the UK Open, winning a proTour ranking event, and then the final of the European Championships.
‘The Bull’ actually made his name with a series of fantastic performances culminating in back-to-back appearances in the Premier League and nine ‘Major’ TV finals.
Not bad for somebody, who for so long, regarded darts as a sideline and a hobby….but when he started to take it seriously, Jenkins proved that he is one of the very best in the business. Follow Terry’s official Twitter account here for more news and updates.