Laura Turner Is a professional darts player from London, England. The right-handed player plays in World Darts Federation (WDF) events.
Born on 16th October 1983, Laura Turner has a star sign of Libra. She holds an English nationality and is of white ethnic background.
Laura Turner began playing darts in 2011. In 2014, she was the last 32 in World Masters.
In 2018, she won the Women's British Classic. The following year, she won the Women's Isle of Man Open and Women's Italian Grand Masters.
At the 2019 BDO World Darts Championship, she made her World Championship debut, losing 2-0 to Anastasia Dobromyslova of Russia in the first round.
In 2020, she reached the quarter-finals at World Ch'ship.
In 2021, she won the Women's Gibraltar Open and MAD Open of Gibraltar. Still active on the women’s circuit, she will take part in the 2022 WDF Lakeside World Championship in April.
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Laura Turner is a married woman. She tied the knot with a fellow darts player Aaron Turner from Byfleet, Surrey.
Turner and her husband live a low-key life. There is less to no information about their love life in the media. Additionally, they are nowhere to be found on Instagram account.
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The primary source of professional dart players is competition prize money, sponsorship, and guest appearances.
The prize money on offer for the 2021 PDC World Championship (the biggest tournament in darts) was a huge £2,500,000 with the top 64 places guaranteed a minimum of £7,500 just for competing. The winner was also guaranteed £500,000 with further money available for specific feats during the tournament like a 9-dart finish.
Besides, she has established herself as an important part of the commentary team and a favorite of the darts fanbase.
As of 2021, her net worth is $1 million.
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