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|Proton Cars World Darts Championship
||27 December 1994-2 January 1995
||England, United Kingdom
Final – best of 11
| Phil Taylor
The 1995 Proton Cars World Darts Championships was the second world championship organised by the World Darts Council (now the Professional Darts Corporation) after an acrimonious split from the British Darts Organisation during 1992/93. Proton Cars took over the sponsorship from Skol, who had sponsored the inaugural event in 1994.
Phil Taylor emerged as champion, overcoming John Lowe 5-4 in an epic semi-final before beating Rod Harrington in the final to claim his first PDC title, his third World Championship in all.
The prize fund was £55,000.
- Champion: £12,000
- Runner-Up: £6,000
- 3rd Place: £1,000
- Semi-Finalists (2): £3,000
- Quarter-Finalists (4): £2,000
- Group RU (8): £1,500
- Group 3rd (8): £1,250
1st Round - Group Stages
Third place match - John Lowe (82.80) 4–2 Peter Evison (85.41)
Scores after player's names are three-dart averages (total points scored divided by darts thrown and multiplied by 3)