Daniel Baggish secured his place in the North Anerican Championship finals, and with it, a place at the PDC US Masters, as the Florida-based star came through the third qualifying event in Las Vegas.
Over the first two events heading into Wednesday’s events, Baggish had already impressed as he recorded several ton-topping averages.
And, it was only a matter of time before Baggish secured qualification for the ‘big stage’.
The Florida ace produced a string of standout performances as he defeated the likes of Aaron Stark (4-0), David Fatum (4-3), Aaron Christian (4-0), Shawn Burt (4-2) with an average just under 105, Jim Widmayer (4-2), John Norman Jnr (4-1), Jim Long (4-2) and Chris Lim (4-0) in the final with a 116 checkout to secure qualification.
Baggish produced two ton-plus averages en route as he recorded averages of 104.6 and 101.9 against Shawn Burt and Chris Lim.
But, the performance of the event has to go to Colorado youngster Jacob Womack, who averaged a whopping 111.3 in a 4-0 success over Ronald Gayman.
Womack has been in ‘unstoppable’ form on the CDC Evolution Tour in 2019, and he’s been showing why he has the game to make it to the very top.
Here’s how the Order of Merit is looking with just one more qualifying event to go.
Jim Long | €1600
John Norman Jnr | $1500
Matt Campbell $1500
Darin Young | $1350
Patrick Gibson | $1250
Robert Phillips | $1200
Chris Lim | $1100
Alejandro Reyes | $1050
Gary Mawson | $1000
David Cameron | $950