2022 Q-School in numbers: Top statistics from the race to a Tour Card

Last week saw PDC Q-School take place in Milton Keynes and Niedernhausen where a Tour Card was the name of the game.

A total of 32 in all were distributed and statistician, Philipp Wolff decided to look back on the tournament by numbers.

Divided over 2660 matches and 20,690 legs, a total of 713,762 darts were thrown. The highest average came from Richie Parkin, who averaged 113.86 during the first phase of the Q-School. A total of nineteen 170 finishes were thrown throughout the Q-School.

It also appears that the level at the UK Q-School was higher than in Europe. On average, 81.97 was thrown in Milton Keynes, compared to 78.09 in Niedernhausen. The average for the entire of Q-School was 80.08.

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