||26. September 1963
||Ledbury, Herefordshire, England
|| Ledbury, Herefordshire, England
||The Bull ||
||21 g Nickel Tungsten
|| Wooly Bully (Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs)
Terry Jenkins plays darts since his youth but many years worked as arts and antique dealer before in 2003 he
joined the PDC to become a professional darts player as he had so much fun playing darts.
The first two years were unspectacular but in 2005 he started to climb up the ranking as he had good results
in the floor tournaments. By this he got the reputation to be a better floor player then stage player.
2006 it changed and he reached the quarterfinals of the Las Vegas Desert Classics and the final of the
World Grand Prix in Dublin.
From this time on he was one of the top ten players of the PDC.
From 2005 till 2017 Jenkins took part in every PDC World Championship, 2007 and 2012 he stood in the quarterfinals, 2011 in the semi-finals. 2014 was the last successful year of Jenkins in the PDC - he reached the final of the UK Open and of the European Championship. Early in 2015 he stood on the quarterfinals of the Masters. After the World Championship 2017 Jenkins announced he would played much less on the tour and in 2018 he retired completely
|PDC World Championship||Semifinals||2011|
|World Matchplay||Final||2007, 2009|
|World Grand Prix||Final||2006, 2007|
|Grand Slam of Darts||Final||2008|
|Players Championship Finals||Quarterfinals||2011|
|World Darts Trophy||Quarterfinals||2007|
|International Darts League||Last 32||2007|
|Las Vegas Desert Classic||Final||2007|