Updated PDC UK Q-School Order of Merit after Day Two of First Stage (2024)

Jason Hogg is the new frontrunner on the UK Q-School Order of Merit (First Stage). After the second day of play, the Scot is on six points with a leg difference of +23.

Christopher Gilliland, Danny Lauby, Andrew Hyland, Scott Campbell, Robert Owen and Stu Wilson are also currently on six points. To reach the final phase of the Q-School, players probably need at least four points. Well-known names such as Kevin McDine (4), Diogo Portela (4), Chas Barstow (4) and Richard North (4) have already complied this amount.

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Players like Leighton Bennett (3), Ross Montgomery (3), Jamie Lewis (3), Richie Burnett (2), Paul Hogan (2), Colin Osborne (2), Mark Dudbridge (1), Fallon Sherrock (1) and John Part (1) will have to return on Tuesday to add more points.

Qualification for the final phase is possible by making it to the last eight on one of the three days of action (9-11 January). If that doesn't work, players have to make sure that as many points as possible are won.

Each win in a full round (without byes) is worth a point. Through the UK Q-School Order of Merit from the first stage, 72 players advance to the final stage.

Standings UK Q-School Order of Merit after second day

Rank - Name - Points

1 Jason Hogg 6

2 Christopher Gilliland 6

3 Danny Lauby 6

4 Andrew Hyland 6

5 Scott Campbell 6

6 Robert Owen 6

7 Stu Wilson 6

8 George Killington 5

9 Nathan Girvan 5

10 Stephen Burton 5

11 Jamie Clark 5

12 Darren Johnson 5

13 Owen Emmett Bowden 5

14 Mike Gillet 5

15 Ben Hazel 5

16 Kevin McDine 4

17 Lee Budgen 4

18 Chris Quantock 4

19 Sam Cankett 4

20 Scott Taylor 4

21 Matt Clark 4

22 Jim McEwan 4

23 Diogo Portela 4

24 Adam Atkinson 4

25 Chas Barstow 4

26 Kevin Burness 4

26 Robert Collins 4

28 Alex Long 4

28 Simon Stevenson 4

30 Gavin Carlin 4

31 Richard North 4

32 Leonard Gates 4

33 Nathan Treadgold 4

34 Dan Read 4

35 Tom Lonsdale 4

36 Joshua Richardson 4

37 Leighton Bennett 3

38 Ross Montgomery 3

39 Christopher Wickenden 3

40 Tony Newell 3

41 Connor Scutt 3

42 Ben Quenby 3

43 David Wawrzewski 3

44 Shane McGuirk 3

45 John Bowles 3

46 Jack Pattinson 3

47 Niall Culleton 3

48 Lewis Dare 3

49 Josh McCarthy 3

50 Robert Nelson 3

51 Andy Jenkins 3

52 Jamie Lewis 3

53 Michael Burgoine 3

54 Mark Layton 3

55 Paul Nesbitt 3

56 Sean Fisher 3

57 Justin Smith 3

58 Kurt Parry 3

59 Graham Hall 3

60 Daniel Day 3

61 Luke Getty 3

62 Lee co*cks 3

63 Thomas Lovely 3

64 Adam Mold 3

64 Ben West 3

66 Michael Huntley 3

67 Jacob Taylor 2

68 Robert Thornton 2

69 Kevin Lane 2

70 Darren Armstrong 2

71 Ian Mackenzie 2

72 Chris Hurds 2

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73 Paul Holloway 2

74 Paul Rowley 2

75 John Imrie 2

76 Gary Stone 2

77 Stuart White 2

78 David Ladley 2

79 Ricky Nathan 2

80 Paul Carter 2

81 Sean Ross 2

81 Mike Warburton 2

83 Ian Lever 2

84 Callum Francis 2

85 Scott Williams 2

86 Scott Ridler 2

87 Prakash Jiwa 2

88 Rhys Hayden 2

89 Richie Burnett 2

89 Adrian Gray 2

91 Paul Hogan 2

92 Ryan Harrington 2

93 Davie Kirwan 2

94 Ryan Furness 2

95 Gary Eastwood 2

96 Joseph Heywood 2

97 Darryl Pilgrim 2

98 Colin Osborne 2

99 Ryan Craddock 2

100 Martyn Turner 2

101 Michael Baker 2

102 Craig Orr 1

103 Daniel Astbury 1

104 Kelvin Heart 1

105 Carl Beattie 1

105 West Newton 1

107 Alex Chubb 1

108 Neilie Broouder 1

109 Neil MacDougall 1

110 Roger Crook 1

111 Jordan Brooks 1

111 Matthias Dietrich 1

113 Robert Adams 1

114 Mark Dudbridge 1

114 Paul Mitchell 1

114 Fallon Sherrock 1

117 Alex Clyburn 1

118 Matt Padgett 1

119 Adam Jenkinson 1

119 Dave Prince 1

121 Stuart Davies 1

121 Raymond Marshall 1

121 Tommy Morris 1

124 Jason Wilson 1

125 Jimmy Bristow 1

126 Shane Hayward 1

126 Killian Heffernan 1

126 Arron Monk 1

126 Richard Plowman 1

126 Mark Venables 1

131 Jacob Gwynne 1

132 Ryan Anderson 1

132 Paul Linwood 1

132 Andrew Mitchell 1

132 Shaun Narain 1

136 David Pallett 1

137 Deta Hedman 1

138 Lee Davies 1

139 Carl Gabriel 1

140 Keith O'Neill 1

141 Jamie Green 1

141 Rhian O'Sullivan 1

143 Joe Croft 1

143 Owen Maiden 1

143 Ian Plumb 1

146 Connor Beasley 1

147 Gavin James 1

148 Darren Latham 1

149 Sonny Johal 1

150 Pete Burgoyne 1

150 John Part 1

150 Zion Thomas 1

153 Steven Beasley 1

154 Daniel Lee 1

155 Ian Jopling 1

156 Billy Gaul 1

156 Mark Kingdon 1

156 Jason Lovett 1

156 Ronnie Rickner 1

160 Max Baulcomb 1

160 Sean McGowan 1

162 Ricky Palmer 1

162 Luke Yates 1

164 Jaikob Selby-Rivas 1

165 John Crossley 1

166 Dave Bayton 1

166 Thomas McCafferty 1

166 Simon Pattinson 1

169 Steve Hine 1

169 Nick Jennings 1

171 Chris Millward 1

172 Scott Hope 1

172 Michael Poole 1

174 Nathan Care 1

174 Shaun Carroll 1

174 Carl Dockerill 1

177 Coni Singh Nagi 1

177 Brian Woods 1

179 Bruce Troup 1

180 Douglas King 1

Updated PDC UK Q-School Order of Merit after Day Two of First Stage (2024)

FAQs

Who won the PDC tour card in 2024? ›

PDC Q School: Dom Taylor, Jeffrey de Graaf final winners as Fallon Sherrock's quest for 2024-25 card ends. Dom Taylor and Jeffrey de Graaf were the two outright winners on the final day of PDC Q School, while 23 further players also earned their Tour cards for 2024-25.

Did John Part get a tour card? ›

In January 2024 Part returned to PDC Q-School, attempting to regain his PDC Tour Card. Part finished 79th on the UK Q-School Order of Merit, failing to regain his tour card.

Where is Q School Darts? ›

Players still have time to enter the 2024 PDC Qualifying Schools, which will be held from January 8-14 in Milton Keynes and Kalkar, with the January 4 deadline approaching.

How many people have a PDC tour card? ›

A 2024 Tour Card is needed to compete in Professional Darts Corporation ProTour tournaments. In total 128 players are granted Tour Cards, which enables them to participate in all Players Championships and European Tour Qualifiers.

What is the prize money for the 2024 PDC European Tour? ›

Prize money
StageEuropean TourWomen's Series
Winner£30,000£2,000
Runner-up£12,000£1,000
Semi-finalists£8,500£500
Quarter-finalists£6,000£300
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How many qualify from Q School darts? ›

The Q School is held annually in January and is played over four days. The top 128 players from each of the four days qualify for the final stage. The final stage is held over three days, with the top 128 players from the final stage earning a PDC Tour Card.

Has Tommy Fleetwood lost his tour card? ›

It has not been an even road since and Fleetwood, 33, lost his PGA Tour card in 2021. The following year he was devastated by the death of his mother, Sue, and took a break from golf.

How hard is it to get a PGA Tour card? ›

The most direct way to earn a PGA TOUR card is to finish inside the top 30 on the Korn Ferry Tour Points List. Note: All players who make a cut in a Korn Ferry Tour event are exempt into First Stage of PGA TOUR Q-School presented by Korn Ferry that fall (can bypass pre-qualifying).

How can I stream darts for free? ›

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How to watch Q School? ›

How to watch. Golf Channel and Peaco*ck will broadcast live weekend coverage at Final Stage of 2023 PGA TOUR Q-School presented by Korn Ferry. Coverage on Golf Channel will be live from 2:30-4:30 p.m. ET on Saturday, Dec. 16 and 1:30-4:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, Dec.

Is there an app to watch darts? ›

Darts Match Live! on the App Store.

Can anyone enter PDC Q school? ›

The traditional route to become a pro darts player is to enter PDC Qualifying School. This is an annual tournament held at the start of each year and is open to anyone aged 16 and above. Entries for the 2024 Qualifying School cost £475 per player.

Where is Q-School 2024? ›

The events take place in May and June 2024 at the Morningside Arena in Leicester, England and also at the BSAT Academy in Bangkok, Thailand with a total 12 players qualifying via the four tournaments.

How many people get through Q-School? ›

The field at Final Stage will feature 167 players. Seventy-nine players advanced via Second Stage, with the remainder of the field gaining direct access to Final Stage via various exemption categories. Here's a look at the field for 2023 PGA TOUR Q-School presented by Korn Ferry's Final Stage and how it was comprised.

Where is the European darts Tour 2024? ›

The 2024 NEO. bet European Darts Open will be the eighth of thirteen PDC European Tour events on the 2024 PDC Pro Tour. The tournament will take place at Ostermann-Arena, Leverkusen, Germany from 21–23 June 2024.

Who got a tour card in darts? ›

2024 PDC Tour Cards 128:
Luke HumphriesEnglandRichard Veenstra
Steve BeatonEnglandPaul Krohne
Boris KrcmarCroatiaBenjamin Drue Reus
Adrian LewisEnglandM Vandenbogaerde
Vincent van der VoortNetherlandsLukas Wenig
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Who is the PDC World darts Champion? ›

How many PGA Tour cards are awarded each year? ›

A total of 50 PGA Tour cards for the next season is awarded at the end of the Finals. The 25 leading money winners during the Korn Ferry Tour regular season receive cards, and total money earned during the Finals determines the remaining 25 card earners.

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