Highest tournament averages from 2021 PDC Q-School

The overall tournament averages from 2021 PDC Q-School have been revealed with Raymond van Barneveld topping the standings in the end with 94.62.

One of the most consistent performers over the course of the 10 days, Van Barneveld qualified through the Order of Merit but was consistently around the mid 90's range with a few 100+ scattered in between.

Joe Murnan also finished in the Order of Merit spots over in the UK and hit 93.89 to finish second in the tournament averages. A consistent qualifier from Q-School and also a player who is well known for his prowess in the last chance qualifiers for majors, 'Midnight' will return to the PDC ProTour after an excellent week.

As expected, Martin Schindler was next up with 93.25. His run included a nine-darter and a 123 average with the latter likely contributing highly to it.

While Scott Mitchell rounds off the top four with 93.22 despite playing a lot less games due to leaving it late on to win through outright on the final day.

The likes of Darren Beveridge, Kevin Doets and Chas Barstow are also on the list albeit not getting Tour Cards with the latter massively unlucky to miss out with Danny Baggish claiming the final spot.

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