World Grand Prix 1999

In 1999 the tournament remains in Rochester located in the South East of England. There will again be played over five days, but in a different system than the year before. Sixteen players are divided into four groups. In the group phase they play a double knockout system, which means you can lose a match in that phase. That makes little difference in the end as the four seeded players all win their group and all reach the semi-finals.

In the first semi-final Phil Taylor beats Rod Harrington 5-4 in sets in a very close game. The other semi-final is also decided in the final set, Shayne Burgess beats Peter Manley. The finale again is a prey for Phil Taylor, he wins 6-1 and crowns himself World Grand Prix champion for the second time in a row.

Venue: England Casino Rooms, Rochester From: Wednesday 20 October 1999 Till: Sunday 24 October 1999

Champion

Phil Taylor
Photographer: PDC
1999 World Grand Prix

Prize money

  • Champion
    £9,000
  • Runner-up
    £5,000
  • Semi finalists
    £3,000
  • Quarter finalists
    £2,000
  • Last 12
    £1,500
  • Last 28
    £1,000
  • Total
    £38,000

List of finals

Year Winner Result Runner-Up
2018
(1) (88.85)
5
5 - 2
(2) (91.61)
2
2017
(88.50)
5
5 - 4
2016
(1) (100.29)
5
5 - 2
(2) (92.73)
2
2015
(7) (90.79)
5
5 - 4
(1) (96.79)
4
2014
(1) (90.81)
5
5 - 3
(7) (89.26)
3
2013
(1) (97.67)
6
6 - 0
(7) (81.29)
0
2012 6 - 4
(81.96)
4
2011
(1) (90.29)
6
6 - 3
(84.68)
3
2010
(3) (88.92)
6
6 - 3
(89.33)
3
2009
(1) (97.07)
6
6 - 3
2008
(1) (97.81)
6
6 - 2
2007
(3) (86.03)
6
6 - 3
(4) (84.58)
3
2006
(2) (88.24)
7
7 - 4
(82.51)
4
2005
(2) (90.74)
7
7 - 1
(1) (82.05)
1
2004
(3) (85.28)
7
7 - 3
(77.90)
3
2003
(1) (94.81)
7
7 - 2
(2) (83.24)
2
2002
(1) (100.17)
7
7 - 3
(2) (88.63)
3
2001
(2) (83.52)
8
8 - 2
2000
(1) (91.33)
6
6 - 1
(3) (81.48)
1
1999
(3) (92.59)
6
6 - 1
(4) (81.26)
1
1998
(3) (94.61)
13
13 - 8
(1) (86.64)
8