Darren Webster has moved into the top 16 in a career high for the ‘Demolition Man’ who moves past Benito van de Pas who previously occupied that position. Of course if he stays in this position or even goes higher it makes it easier to qualify for major tournaments.
This will please him as he has had a good 18 months or so on the tour including his first title in many years and as a result of this Webster will want to build on his now career high ranking.
In terms of other movers in the Order of Merit, Alan Norris despite not having the best of times over the past year is up to 14th which is like Webster a career high.
Joe Cullen is up to 17th now as well level with Benito van de Pas in his best ranking in his career so far and further up Michael Smith is back into the top 8; he will hope to collect more money in the next few weeks to improve his chances of a World Cup place as his nearest challenger is 1 place above him in Dave Chisnall.
Tags: Darren Webster | PDC Order of Merit
Darren Webster moves into the top 16 for the first time in his career, as Alan Norris moves up to a career-high #14, Joe Cullen moves up to a career-high #17, and Michael Smith moves back into the top 8. pic.twitter.com/hcqFKP3830
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Author: Samuel Gill