PDC Order of Merit changes following 2023 Cazoo UK Open

Andrew Gilding

Andrew Gilding is the most notable mover on the PDC Order of Merit following the 2023 Cazoo UK open, rising 16 places following his maiden televised title win.

Gilding is up to a career-high 25th courtesy of the £110,000 winner's prize earned in a shock final victory over Michael van Gerwen, who remains third despite picking up £50,000 at the Minehead event.

Rob Cross leapfrogs Luke Humphries into fifth spot, while 2021 UK Open champion James Wade drops five places to 14th.

Dimitri Van den Bergh moves up one place to tenth thanks to his run to the semi-finals, while fellow-defeated semi-finalist Adam Gawlas soars 14 places to 48th.

Veteran Richie Burnett's fairytale run to the quarter-finals sees him jump seven places to 71st.

Jeffrey de Zwaan also made the last eight, as the Dutchman's continued resurgence sees him rise 16 places to 92nd, having started the year from scratch after regaining his Tour Card in January.

The PDC Order of Merit comprises prize money won over a two-year period by players in PDC ranking events - click here to view the full PDC Order of Merit.

The PDC Order of Merit will next be open to change this weekend, as Players Championships Five and Six take place in Barnsley on Saturday and Sunday respectively - watch live on PDCTV.

PDC Order of Merit changes