2011 Zuiderduin Masters

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Zuiderduin Masters
Tournament information
Dates 9 December 2011 –
11 December 2011
Venue Hotel Zuiderduin
Location Egmond aan Zee
Country North Holland, the Netherlands
Organisation(s) BDO / WDF
Format Men
Legs (group stage)
Sets (from Quarter Finals)
Final – best of 9 Sets
Women
Legs (group stage)
Sets (Final)
Final – best of 3 Sets
High checkout 170 Netherlands Jan Dekker
Champion(s)
England Scott Waites (men)
England Deta Hedman (women)
«2010 2012»

The 2011 Zuiderduin Masters was a British Darts Organisation darts tournament that took place in Egmond aan Zee, Netherlands. It was the 13th staging of the event, and the last tournament to be staged that year. Scott Waites was in blistering form as he won the tournament for the first time, beating Martin Adams to get to the final in a sudden-death leg with a 105.12 average. Darryl Fitton was his opponent in the final, and missed two match darts for a 5-3 victory and his second Zuiderduin Masters win. Waites missed the double 18 for a nine-dart finish on his way to completing the comeback. It was a very high scoring match, with Waites hitting 16 180's and Fitton hitting 15.

Qualifying[edit]

The players in bold are the seeded players for the group stages. The players in italics qualified through more than one method.

Results[edit]

Men's tournament[edit]

[14][15]

Group Stage[edit]

All matches best of 9 legs. Two points are gained for every match won.
P = Played; W = Won; L = Lost; LF = Legs For; LA = Legs Against; +/- = Leg Difference; Pts = Points

Knockout stages[edit]

Quarter Finals
Best of 5 sets
Semi Finals
Best of 5 sets
Final
Best of 9 sets[16]
                 
B Scotland Ross Montgomery 88.38 3
A England Dean Winstanley 88.80 2
Scotland Ross Montgomery 85.62 1
England Darryl Fitton 93.18 3
C England Darryl Fitton 93.15 3
D Netherlands Joey ten Berge 86.25 2
England Darryl Fitton 97.71 4
2 England Scott Waites 99.96 5
F England Martin Adams 87.93 3
E England Scott Mitchell 87.09 2
England Martin Adams 99.78 2
England Scott Waites 105.12 3
H England Scott Waites 96.00 3
G Netherlands Jan Dekker 87.81 1

Women's Tournament[edit]

[17][18]

Group Stage[edit]

All matches best of 7 legs. Two points are gained for every match won.
P = Played; W = Won; L = Lost; LF = Legs For; LA = Legs Against; +/- = Leg Difference; Pts = Points

Final[edit]

Best of 3 sets.
[19]

England Deta Hedman (81.99) 2-0 Russia Aileen de Graaf (68.25)

References[edit]

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