Only Masters will be classified up to five (5) years since last earning the requirements of a master’s title irrespective whether they do not meet the requirements of being classified.
National Masters and Regional Masters are permanently classified.
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As of September, 2023 (End of 3rd Quarter, 2023)

National Masters
Perez, Christian
Malicdem, Noel
Ilagan, Lourence
Parfan III, Boie
Nebrida, Paolo
Tongcopanon, DJ
Viola, Michael
Toylo, Alexis
Gabiana, Rolly "Bong"
Gionson, Boy 
Tagarao, Alex "Loloy"
Villamor, Andy
Ybañez, Dixie
Sajol, John Ray
Ulang, Gilbert "Boy"
Arceño, Prussian
Barellano, Jojo
Balagat, Sonny
Longyapon, Long-Long
Andrade, Toto (Dec)
Dimaculangan, Donjem
Lumilang, Mark
Quijano, Aris
Madallang, Kenneth
Detablan, Jaypee
Lozano, Bert
Rivera, Rey
Hizon, Joel
Guelos, Nick John
Galceran, Ryan
Largo, Eduard

Regional Masters
Guba, Nathaniel "Natz"
Nollora, Dodong
Peresores, Lito
Cadungog, Pabling
Arciosa, Jeffrey
Castelo, Ogie 
Geba, Bobby
Noynay, Jun
Opada, Mark Anthony
Bayawa Jr., Erlindo
Barrion, Randy 
Domolog, Benjie
Gumanid, King

Masters
Batawig, Cyril
Chucas, Boy 
Doria, Jhay
Langcao, Jayson
Maguate, Alvin
Maranan, Elmer
Maraon, Jayjay
Mijares, Ricky
Nalugon, Roland "Dodoy"
Omli, Willy
Pelona, Melvin Kent
Santos, Edward
Sevillo, Rey
Tobianosa, Bobot 
Tranco, Jun
Almazan, John Paul
Almonte, Ric
Bantiding, William
Basong, Gabriel
Bernabe, Nelboy
Bernardino, Orlan
Briones, Ronald "Arvy"
Calis, Igo 
Calupit Reyes, Robert
Caraca, Ariel
Cincoflores, Michael
Constantino, Miro
Copano, Raymond
De Jesus, Albert
Dela Flor, Raul 
Delos Reyes, Christian
Espinola, Jun
Laca, Jhay-ar
Lim, Paul
Lubaton, Jake
Macapaz, Roy Glen Sr
Mangle, Bebot
Maraon, Polbert "Popoy"
Palon, Lito 
Pechera Jr., Meloy
Quillope, Yoko
Ratajski, Krysztof
Rebollos, EJ
Salenga, Jerry
Santos, Gale 
Shah, Tengku Hadzali
Valdez, John


National Master


All players who are champions of at least three (3) National Tournaments are recognized as National Masters. The distinction among National Masters will be the number of National Tournaments won.

Example:
A four (4) star National Master has won four (4) National Tournaments and a six (6) star National Master has won six (6) National Tournaments.

Regional Master


All players who are champions of at least three (3) Regional Tournaments are recognized as Regional Masters. The distinction among Regional Masters will be the number of Regional Tournaments won.

Master


All players who are Champions in National Tournaments are given the title of Master.
All National and Regional Masters will be given a Plaque of Achievement by the National Darts Federation of the Philippines.