2017 Auckland Darts Masters
|2017 Auckland Darts Masters|
|Dates||11–13 August 2017|
|Venue||The Trusts Arena|
|High checkout||164 Kyle Anderson |
The 2017 Auckland Darts Masters was the third staging of the tournament by the Professional Darts Corporation, as the fourth entry in the 2017 World Series of Darts. The tournament featured 16 players (eight PDC players facing eight regional qualifiers) and was held at The Trusts Arena in Auckland, New Zealand between 11–13 August 2017.
Kyle Anderson went on to win his first televised title after defeating compatriot Corey Cadby 11–10 in the final. He became only the 5th player to win a World Series of Darts event after Michael van Gerwen, Phil Taylor, Gary Anderson and Adrian Lewis, as well as being the first regional qualifier to win an event. The final was also the first World Series of Darts final without an invited player.
The total prize fund was £60,000.
|Stage (no. of players)||Prize money|
The eight invited PDC representatives, sorted according to the World Series Order of Merit, were:
- Gary Anderson (First round)
- Peter Wright (First round)
- Raymond van Barneveld (Quarter-finals)
- James Wade (Semi-finals)
- Daryl Gurney (Quarter-finals)
- Phil Taylor (Semi-finals)
- Michael Smith (Quarter-finals)
- Simon Whitlock (Quarter-finals)
The regional qualifiers were:
|Wildcard (World number 28)||Kyle Anderson (Winner)|
|Wildcard (NZ World Championship representative)||Cody Harris (First round)|
|2017 DPNZ Order of Merit (First place)||Rob Szabo (First round)|
|2017 DPNZ Order of Merit (Second place)||Warren Parry (First round)|
|DartPlayers Australia Qualifier||Corey Cadby (Runner-up)|
|Winner of DPNZ Qualifier 1||Mark Cleaver (First round) |
|Winner of DPNZ Qualifier 2||Rob Modra (First round)|
|Winner of DPNZ Qualifier 3||Darren Herewini (First round)|
|First round |
Best of 11 legs
Best of 19 legs
Best of 21 legs
Best of 21 legs
|1||Gary Anderson 98.73||4|
|Kyle Anderson 102.91||6|
|Kyle Anderson 94.65||10|
|Simon Whitlock 91.32||9|
|Simon Whitlock 87.90||6|
|Cody Harris 84.69||4|
|Kyle Anderson 93.79||11|
|4||James Wade 93.50||4|
|4||James Wade 87.00||6|
|Mark Cleaver 83.84||2|
|4||James Wade 100.75||10|
|Daryl Gurney 98.70||7|
|Daryl Gurney 90.45||6|
|Rob Modra 77.66||2|
|Kyle Anderson 95.36||11|
|Corey Cadby 96.63||10|
|2||Peter Wright 90.52||4|
|Corey Cadby 95.11||6|
|Corey Cadby 100.17||10|
|Michael Smith 96.66||5|
|Michael Smith 103.66||6|
|Rob Szabo 79.37||0|
|Corey Cadby 94.79||11|
|Phil Taylor 94.24||8|
|3||Raymond van Barneveld 90.82||6|
|Warren Parry 76.06||4|
|3||Raymond van Barneveld 98.36||9|
|Phil Taylor 96.63||10|
|Phil Taylor 102.31||6|
|Darren Herewini 88.96||4|
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