The 2004 Budweiser UK Open was the second time the Professional Darts Corporation held the tournament which had quickly earned the nickname the "FA Cup of Darts". It was held at Bolton Wanderer's Reebok Stadium between 4 and 6 June 2004. Budweiser became the tournament's first title sponsor. Roland Scholten won the title and the tournament featured Phil Taylor's second televised nine dart finish during his fourth round win over Matt Chapman. It is notable for marking the TV Debuts of Adrian Lewis and Andy Hamilton

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  • The 2004 Budweiser UK Open was the second time the Professional Darts Corporation held the tournament which had quickly earned the nickname the "FA Cup of Darts". It was held at Bolton Wanderer's Reebok Stadium between 4 and 6 June 2004. Budweiser became the tournament's first title sponsor. Roland Scholten won the title and the tournament featured Phil Taylor's second televised nine dart finish during his fourth round win over Matt Chapman. It is notable for marking the TV Debuts of Adrian Lewis and Andy Hamilton (en)
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  • The 2004 Budweiser UK Open was the second time the Professional Darts Corporation held the tournament which had quickly earned the nickname the "FA Cup of Darts". It was held at Bolton Wanderer's Reebok Stadium between 4 and 6 June 2004. Budweiser became the tournament's first title sponsor. Roland Scholten won the title and the tournament featured Phil Taylor's second televised nine dart finish during his fourth round win over Matt Chapman. It is notable for marking the TV Debuts of Adrian Lewis and Andy Hamilton (en)
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  • 2004 UK Open (en)
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