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List with highest averages on PDC Pro Tour including four bizarre 130+ averages

The new Pro Tour season kicks off on Thursday with the PDC Super Series. Usually these are the tournaments where the most players reach a higher level than during the televised events.

Four times players have hit a 130+ average during a Pro Tour event, while Michael van Gerwen holds the highest TV-average record with 123.60 since February 2016.

On the all-time list, that 123.400 average is only enough for an 11th place. The list is headed by Kyle Anderson, who won a game against Terry Jenkins in 2015 with 134.84 average. The Aussie produced three 10-dart legs, an 11-darter, 12-darter and a 15-darter in this unparalleled match.

Gary Anderson is the only player to average above 130 twice. He scored averages of 133.35 and 130.70 per leg in 2011, which puts him on a second and fourth place on the list. The third place is held by Michael Smith with 132.62, thrown against Jermaine Wattimena in 2016. Terry Jenkins won 6-0 against Sander van Dijk in 2009 as he averaged 128.83 during a Players Championship event in the Netherlands.

Jamie Hughes is in sixth place with 125.25. This score is the highest average where people were able to follow the match through live-scores. This does not apply to the six highest averages, the figures of which have been determined on the basis of witnesses (anecdotal).

Behind Hughes, Martin Schindler, Peter Wright, Raymond van Barneveld and Gary Anderson have all reached an average of 123.53 once. Wright's 123.53 average was thrown during a streamed match.

List with highest averages on PDC Pro Tour including four bizarre 130+ averages

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