Dispatched 20th May 2021
Wayne Mardle is a retired darts player for the Professional Darts Corporation and former player in the British Darts Organisation.
He has been known as Hawaii 501 since 2000, a play on the title of the popular television series, Hawaii Five-O, due to the Hawaiian shirts he started wearing in 1998 for a bet, and 501 being the start score of a leg of darts.
His dress sense, coupled with his crowd-pleasing onstage activity, saw him become one of the most popular players on the circuit. He now coaches players at his own darts school and commentates for Sky Sports.