|Full name||Timothy Brown|
|Born||6 July 1944|
|Home town||Mandurah, Australia|
|Playing darts since||1964|
|Organisation (see split in darts)|
|WDF major events – best performances|
|World Ch'ship||Quarter Finals: 1978|
|World Masters||Last 64: 1977|
|Other tournament wins|
|Australian National Championship|
Australian Grand Masters
Timothy "Tim" Brown (born 6 July 1944) is an Australian former professional darts player. He used the nickname Brownie.
Brown made three BDO World Darts Championship appearances with his best performance being in 1978. He also played in 1981 and 1982 but suffered first round defeats in both years to Leighton Rees and Joe Dodd respectively.
Brown quit the BDO in 1988.
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