Glen Durrant capped off a brilliant season by winning the one he really wanted, the BDO World Championships in January 2017.
Peter Wright got his season off to a great start winning 3 of the 6 UK Open Qualifiers and easily topping the qualifying table.
Peter Wright won his first ever TV title by winning the UK Open and he also won the European Tour later in the month. He also hit the 2nd highest Premier League average ever at the start of the month beating Adrian Lewis 7-2 with a 119.5 average.
Daryl Gurney won his first ever Pro Tour title in April 2017. He followed it up by reaching the final of the next days event.
Despite reaching the final last year, Peter Machin was unfancied going into this years BDO World Trophy. He proved the doubters wrong with a great display, winning 5 matches to take the title back to Australia.
In June 2017, the evergreen Steve Beaton sealed his World Matchplay qualification by winning his first Pro Tour event since September 2013.
On his last appearance in the World Matchplay, Phil Taylor defied the odds to take an amazing 16th win in the event. It was vintage Taylor as he beat 4 of the worlds top 8 players and none even got within 8 legs of him.
Kyle Anderson had a fantastic August 2017. First he won his first ever Players Championship event. Then he went on to become the first wildcard to win a World Series event by taking the Auckland Masters.
Mensur Suljovic had a dream September 2017. He won his first ever TV title by taking the BBC covered Champions League of darts. He also won a Pro Tour event at the end of the month.
In October 2017 Daryl Gurney continued his breakthrough by winning his first major TV tournament at the World Grand Prix and moving up to 4th in the World Rankings.
Michael van Gerwen
Just like the 2 years, Michael van Gerwen completely dominated November 2017. He won 3 TV titles in an unbeaten month.
Rob Cross capped off an amzing debut season with an unbelievable victory in the PDC World Championships.