Ochepedia has put together the top 64 year to date averages across all the PDC tours with three of the top players in the world leading the standings.
Michael van Gerwen leads with a year average of 101.61, the only player over the 100 mark. Rob Cross comes next with 98.24 and Gary Anderson is third with 98.22.
The likes of Peter Wright, Mensur Suljovic and Michael Smith are also in the top ten showing that those who are in the position they are in the rankings are there for a reason.
Highest of the new Tour Card holders is Corey Cadby in fourth with 97.12. Also the highest player without a Tour Card is Krzysztof Ratajski with 93.92 this year.
Of course as well certain players like Van Gerwen have thrown more darts but it still acts as a good indicator of where long term form lies.
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Tags: Michael van Gerwen, Statistics
With nearly 3 million darts thrown across the PDC's various events, the list of high averages is a robust indicator of where players are with respect to each other in terms of their long-term form. pic.twitter.com/9wMFolhiXQ
— Christopher Kempf (@ochepedia) September 20, 2018
Author: Samuel Gill