Following Kyle Anderson's decision to relinquish his Tour Card and remain in Australia in 2021, we've ranked the top five moments from his eight-year spell in the PDC.
5. 2018 World Cup of Darts
A proud Aussie, Anderson pulled on the green and gold shirt four times to partner stalwart Simon Whitlock in the World Cup of Darts.
The finest moment for the Anderson-Whitlock partnership came at the 2018 staging of the event in Frankfurt as the pair reached the semi-finals.
The campaign began with defeats of Hong Kong and Spain, as Anderson hit the only 170 checkout of the tournament, followed by a quarter-final win over Wales.
However, the fairytale ended with an agonising last-leg shoot-out loss to Scotland in the semi-finals.
4. Players Championship win
August 2017 saw Anderson at his very best as he picked up his only ranking title to date along with a nine-dart finish at a Players Championship event.
Having made it to the semi-finals on six previous occasions on the ProTour, Anderson finally got over the line defeating Kevin Painter - playing in his first final for almost four years - 6-2 in the final.
The perfect leg came in a 6-3 last 16 win over Ronny Huybrechts, with Anderson declaring: "Today it all came together. I said to myself, I have to take the chances I make for myself and today I took my chance."
3. European Championship nine-darter
Just two months later Anderson was at it again, landing his second televised nine-dart leg against Michael van Gerwen at the 2017 European Championship.
The continuation of his best vein of form in the PDC saw Anderson defeat John Henderson, Jelle Klaasen and Mensur Suljovic to reach his first TV semi-final in Hasselt.
Up against Michael van Gerwen at his dominant best in the semis, Anderson produced perfection in the 11th leg but went on to miss two match darts, ultimately losing in a last-leg decider.
2. World Championship nine-darter
Arguably, Anderson's most famous moment in the PDC came in his first ever match against Ian White at the 2012/13 World Championship.
An unknown quantity coming into the event, Anderson announced himself to the Ally Pally crowd with a perfect leg in the fourth set of his match with White.
Incredibly, it was the second nine-dart finish of the day after Terry Jenkins' effort against Per Laursen. Even more incredibly, both Anderson and Jenkins lost their matches, though the blow was softened somewhat with an equal share of the £30,000 nine-dart prize.
WATCH! The dramatic final leg of the Auckland Darts Masters, as Kyle Anderson clinches the title... What a performance! pic.twitter.com/Fdkeo7hXuE— NZ Darts Masters (@NZDartsMasters) August 13, 2017
1. 2017 Auckland Masters
Anderson's finest hour saw him lift his only TV title to date at the 2017 Auckland Darts Masters, defeating Corey Cadby 11-10 in a dramatic all-Aussie final.
Watched on by New Zealand's Prime Minister, Bill English, and a packed Kiwi crowd, Anderson defeated Gary Anderson, Simon Whitlock and James Wade to reach the final on a special night for Australian darts.
After lifting his maiden TV title less than five years on from his big stage debut, Anderson shed tears of joy after claiming the deciding-leg win.
"I'm so pleased to win this," said an emotional Anderson. "I've always known I've had the ability and I'm starting to show everyone now.
"The 160 in the seventh leg was the crucial moment, it made me believe I could win it after Corey had started so well.
"I felt sick in my stomach after the game because of the elation of getting that double four. I'm happy, I'm proud."