The PDC Order of Merit has been updated after the World Grand Prix with Darren Webster, Jonny Clayton and James Wilson moving to career highs.
Webster has moved up to 13th just behind James Wade and Gerwyn Price. This is good news for the Demolition Man who has set his sights on a Premier League place.
Clayton has moved to 19th despite of having the best year barring his maiden European Tour win. Of course Wilson had a brilliant tournament and has now moved to 26th.
This means he is just outside the top 20 in the world heading into the latter stages of the season. Michael van Gerwen has also done well as a result of his World Grand Prix win and has now moved back to double the world number two, Peter Wright.
He has not gained any new money due to him winning the World Grand Prix two years ago which of course is in the current Order of Merit period.
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Michael van Gerwen's 30th major or premier title keeps him more than double World #2 Peter Wright's total on the Order of Merit, as Jermaine Wattimena moves into the top 32 for the 1st time & Darren Webster (13), Jonny Clayton (19), and James Wilson (26) move to new career highs. pic.twitter.com/amI35sU9Ty
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Author: Samuel Gill