Darts legend Terry Jenkins has extreme new look after shaving hair and moustache

Darts legend Terry Jenkins looks almost unrecognisable after shaving his hair and getting rod of his iconic moustache.

Jenkins, now 58, was one of the PDC's top professionals just over a decade ago but earned a reputation as a nearly man for his unenviable record of losing in nine major finals.

The Raging Bull finished runner-up twice in the World Matchplay, twice in the World Grand Prix and once each in the Grand Slam, European Championship, UK Open, Premier League and the Desert Classic.

Despite his inability to get over the line in those big events, Jenkins was a much loved member of the darts tour and enjoyed huge popularity thanks to his iconic moustache and walk-on.

Coming out to "Woolly Bully" by Sam the Sham & The Pharaohs, the Ledbury-born star used to walk on the stage and imitate a bull, using his darts as horns and pawing his feet on the ground.

Darts fans can look forward to seeing Jenkins' legendary walk-on again when he competes in the World Seniors Darts Championship next month.

But they might do a double take when they see the man himself because not only has his mop of hair gone for the chop, so too has his iconic moustache.

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The veteran thrown sported a chrome dome and clean face in a tweet posted by Sky Sports Darts commentator Mark Webster on Saturday evening.

Jenkins has been drawn to face Roland Scholten in the first round of the seniors tournament and is looking forward to returning to the Circus Tavern.

He told Matt Healey's YouTube channel: "It'll be a bit of fun, but it's a serious sort of competition as well. They want us to go up there and play to the best of our ability, so that's why I've got to put some practice in.

"But yeah, I'm looking forward to meeting them all again. I haven't seen Roland for years and I am looking forward to meeting a lot of them.

"I've hardly played at all to be honest. I didn't pick them [his darts] up for something like 18 months, and when they invited me into this seniors tour, I didn't even know if I could still throw them.

"I entered a few competitions and I won quite a few of them so it's still there, I can still throw."

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