DavidOwen67 wrote:Smith-Neale Won the Masters. Lisa is not close to winning that against the men. He's 37th on the Challenge Tour. Draw you own conclusions.Garry Murphy wrote:Expect your intelligent post to be ignored by the people who have convinced themselves or were brainwashed with the "women are as good as men" mantraZeyes wrote:Well, we have the results of her 3 Challenge Tour weekends to go on. 2 of those sets of results would leave her miles away from the tour card, the third set would give her barely enough Q School points if she were to reach the same rounds there. However, Q School is significantly tougher than a Challenge Tour weekend: 1) The fields are two to three times larger, so one or two extra games to survive in each tournament, 2) unless you're winning a card outright you've got to keep your form for four days rather than two, and 3) the field includes the additional 30-odd players who've just lost their tour cards, so there are a lot more players who are at least borderline main tour-worthy than in a CT field.
Gary Anderson couldn’t get past the semis at Lakeside, now he’s twice PDC world champion and number 2 in the world so your point is??