Order of Merit ahead of 2020 campaign

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Feb 07 2020

We take a look at how the 128 PDC Tour Card Holders are ranked ahead of the start of the ProTour season.

European Tour 1-2 Tour Card Holder Qualifier entries

European Tour

Feb 06 2020

Entries have been confirmed for the first two European Tour Tour Card Holder Qualifiers.

Players Championship 3-4 entries confirmed

Unibet Premier League

Feb 05 2020

Entries have been confirmed for Players Championship events 3 and 4.

Players Championship 1-2 entries confirmed

ProTour

Jan 29 2020

Entries have been confirmed for the first two Players Championship events of the year.

2020 PDC Tour Card Holders

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Jan 21 2020

A breakdown of the 128 PDC Tour Card Holders for the 2020 campaign.

Superb Wright clinches PC30 title

ProTour

Oct 15 2019

The 2019 Players Championship season concludes on Tuesday with Event 30 in Barnsley.

Dolan wins PC29 as Wright breaks record average

ProTour

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Brendan Dolan won Players Championship 29, while Peter Wright set a new record average.

2019 Players Championship 29-30 entries

ProTour

Oct 07 2019

Entries have been confirmed for Players Championships 29-30.

De Sousa's Dublin Delight

ProTour

Oct 05 2019

Jose De Sousa claimed a second PDC title inside a month at Players Championship 28 in Dublin.

Price beats Ratajski in thriller to win PC27

ProTour

Oct 04 2019

Gerwyn Price won Players Championship 27 after coming out on top of an incredible final with Krzysztof Ratajski.

Players Championship events are held throughout the year, with prize money won counting towards the ProTour Order of Merit

All Players Championship events will be streamed live for PDCTV-HD Subscribers worldwide with coverage from two boards throughout each event.

JAMES WADE claimed a third PDC title in eight days thanks to an 8-5 win over Jeffrey de Zwaan in the final of Players Championship 12 in Barnsley on Sunday.

Wade followed up his Players Championship 11 triumph on Saturday with a series of further impressive displays to round off a perfect weekend and join Gerwyn Price in winning back-to-back ProTour titles in 2019.

The start of the day saw Wade narrowly avoid a first round exit to Luke Woodhouse, coming through a deciding leg, before averaging 108.7 in a 6-0 whitewash of Christian Kist.

Wade once again came through a sudden-death shoot-out against Ted Evetts, and then averaged 104.7 to beat Stephen Bunting 6-4 and progress to the quarter-finals.

A convincing 6-2 triumph over Jonny Clayton followed, before Wade defeated Michael Smith 7-4 in a repeat of Saturday's final to make it 15 victories in his last 16 meetings with the World Championship runner-up.

Wade found himself trailing 4-0 to De Zwaan in the final game of the weekend, but a resilient display saw him battle back to take his weekend winnings up to £20,000.

"When you get to my age and you haven't played so well for five years, it's really special to win back-to-back titles," said Wade.

"I thought I was dead and buried in the final. I was feeling a little bit tired and I didn't play anywhere near as well as I did in two or three other games today.

"But I'm really happy to win. I've been playing this game at the top level for 15 years now but the best may be to come.

"The sky's the limit and hopefully I can win a few more."

The final began with De Zwaan getting off to a flying start thanks to some clinical finishing, breaking throw twice as he raced into a 4-0 lead.

But after the Dutchman missed two darts at tops for 5-0 advantage, Wade took out 68 to break throw and get his first leg on the board.

Wade fired in a trademark 106 finish for another break, before finding double top to hold throw and level it up at 4-4.

De Zwaan pinned the same target to stop the rot and regain the lead, only for Wade to reel off the next three legs, including a 108 checkout, to secure his second title in as many days.

Despite defeat in the final, De Zwaan enjoyed a run to his first ProTour final since his maiden ProTour win in Wigan almost a year ago.

An impressive day from the World Matchplay semi-finalist saw him post averages of 103.5, 102.5 and 106.8 in his wins over Steve Beaton, Glen Durrant and John Henderson respectively to reach his fourth ProTour final.

Sunday once again saw 128 of the world's best players in action at The Barnsley Metrodome, with departing Dutchman Raymond van Barneveld enduring another difficult day as he fell at the first hurdle.

Australia's Corey Cadby reached the last 16 for the first time since his return to action, while Glen Durrant made it through to the quarter-finals for the third time since winning his Tour Card in January 2019.

Premier League stars Peter Wright and Daryl Gurney both exited before the last 32 stage, while Gerwyn Price went out at the last 16 despite averaging 105.2 in defeat to Danny Noppert.

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