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These 90% Tungsten darts are produced exactly to Cadby’s specifications, and led him to secure his Tour Card through Q-School, and his first senior PDC title with UK Open Qualifier success.
Featuring intricate knurled grooves at the front & radial grooves at back, the barrel is then coated in black and gold Titanium Nitride to provide long-lasting barrel protection and enhanced grip. The steel-tip barrel comes in 21 & 23g (Corey plays with 23g) and comes complete with Intermediate Pro Grip white shaft, Black point and Pro.Ultra No6 flights.
Target Pro.Ultra Corey Cadby flights feature a spot UV print to enhance flight to shaft grip. Featuring the exquisitely designed Cadby ‘Coat of Arms’ logo, this truly is a flight fit for a king.
Arise, Corey “King” Cadby – one of the hottest properties in world darts. The 22-year-old Australian has made a huge impact in his first two years as a professional, and this year won through a field of more than 400 players to earn his PDC Tour Card for the first time.
Cadby dominated the Australian circuit in his debut year in 2016, winning nine ranking events. He also beat Target’s 16-time World Champion Phil Taylor at the Perth Darts Masters, despite “The Power” averaging 111, following that up with a defeat to Peter Wright in a match where both players had averages of 109.
“The King” then turned his attention to the PDC’s youth system, winning a Development Tour title at just his second attempt, before going on to be crowned World Youth Champion in his debut campaign.
2017 saw Cadby narrowly miss out on making the World Youth Championship final again, but he did make the final of a World Series event in Auckland – only losing in the last leg decider to Kyle Anderson.
Fast forward, and just one month after Corey Cadby secured his Tour Card, he has already won his first ranking title.
“King” Cadby claimed the fifth UK Open Qualifier event in Wigan at the weekend, beating Target teammate Rob Cross in a thriller of a final.
And the 22 year old Australian is only just getting started…
Cadby then made it through to the final of the UK Open in Minehead, in his first televised ranking event as a full professional.
“I’m only young, I’ve got a lot to learn and I’m pretty happy to make the final,” said Cadby. “I’m not happy to be runner-up but I’ll take it. I gave everything but you’ve got to hit the doubles at crucial times, you can’t afford to miss and Gary came through and won.”
Target’s Corey Cadby then continued to show his talent and completed a perfect weekend back in his native Australia, winning three ranking events and hitting a perfect nine-dart leg in the process.
Cadby produced a nine-darter against Jake Howie on his way to the third title of this magnificent weekend.
We are so excited to be part of Corey’s amazing journey.