Jelle Klaasen and Benito van de Pas are two of the 650 darts players who will try to get a Tour Card from the PDC next week. They’ve done very little in the last couple of years to keep their tourist ticket.
There are a total of 32 Tour Cards that will be awarded at the so-called eligible school events. Players from the United Kingdom and Ireland will compete in Milton Keynes in England, players from Europe in Niederhausen, Germany. Moslems from the rest of the world can choose one of these locations.
The Tour Pass entitles you to participate in a large number of PDC “ground tournaments”, two of which take place approximately every week. There you can win entry tickets to TV courses.
In addition to Klaasen, the dozens of Dutch participants in Niederhausen are Chris Landmann, Benito van de Pas, Christian Kist, Jerry Hendrix and Dirk Tillnks.
In Milton Keynes, among others, Robert Thornton and former Canadian world champion John Bart take a shot at a tour card.
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