33/134.00 Beau Hossler can gain his first win
40/141.00 Davis Thompson plays well in the region
40/141.00 Garrick Higgo was third here last year
After watching their team being thrashed in the Ryder Cup last week, American golf fans can get back to the quieter comforts of a regular PGA Tour event.
That said, Ludvig Aberg's presence at the head of the market may add a painful reminder, especially if the Swede were to go on and strike another blow for European golf by winning. He's 11/112.00 to do so.
None of the beaten Americans take part, leaving Eric Cole, Emiliano Grillo and Stephan Jaegar as the next three in the betting.
This is the second of the seven Fall events that take us through the next couple months and it's the 10th edition at the Country Club of Jackson in Mississippi.
Par on the 7,461-yard parkland layout is 72 so with four Par 5s to go at, pencil this in as another birdie-fest.
Beau Hossler is still looking for that elusive first PGA Tour win but a look at the history of this event should give him hope that this is the week.
Seven of the last 11 champions here were winning for the first time and Hossler certainly has the pedigree to join that list.
He has made the cut in seven of his nine major starts so clearly he has an extra touch of class.
Originally from California, he played his college golf at the University of Texas and his closest brush with victory came at the 2018 Houston Open when he lost a play-off to an inspired Ian Poulter.
We're in the Deep South again this week and Hossler has already shown his liking for the Country Club of Jackson by finishing 10th on debut in 2017 after sitting third with 18 holes to go. He's played it just once since, also making the cut in 2020.
He returns this year showing some strong form on the PGA Tour after a run of three top 20s in his last five starts and a further pair of top 30s if we extend that study period to six tournaments.
Speaking at the Barracuda where he finished sixth after spending the first three days inside the top four, the 28-year-old (yep, he's still just 28) said:
"I feel good. My game feels probably the best it's felt in years right now.
"Maybe the results haven't quite been there the last few weeks, but I feel like I'm working on some good stuff with my golf swing. Starting to see a lot better iron play."
Since uttering those words he was 11th in Strokes Gained: Approach when 20th at the St Jude Championship while he shook off some rust with a top 30 at the Fortinet a couple of weeks ago.
The clues are there. Hopefully Hossler can solve the puzzle.
Davis Thompson will have had this event pencilled on his calendar for some time given his local-ish connections.
The 24-year-old hails from neighbouring Alabama and the southern connections continue via him playing college golf at the University of Georgia and his current residence - alongside many elite PGA Tour names - of St. Simon's Island.
Thompson has been one to watch closely after hitting top spot in the World Amateur rankings. It fits in nicely with the narrative I'm going for here that his first Korn Ferry Tour win came at last year's Rex Hospital Open.
That's held in North Carolina, another Southern State, and he achieved it with 17-under, the winning score here last year.
Thompson has managed to gain a place in the Sanderson field for the last two years and has made both his cuts, closing with a five-under 67 to take 35th on debut.
This period from September to January was a profitable one for him last year as he finished tied ninth at the Fortinet, 12th in the Shriners and runner-up at The American Express.
After a disappointing run following that second place, he's picked up once more, finishing tied 31st or better in four of his last five starts.
That includes a tied 22nd at the Wyndham Championship on a Sedgefield course that correlates well with this one while he added a top 30 in the Fortinet when sitting 14th after 54 holes.
Par 5 Scoring has been a big key to success at this week's venue and Thompson ranks fifth on that metric for the season just gone so he should be able to cash in on the four long holes.
He certainly did on debut when finishing -10 on the quartet of Par 5s so this is a course where he can go low.
Likely to receive plenty of local support, let's cheer him on at 40/141.00.
Solid driving has been rewarded here in past years and the four winners between 2018 and 2021 all ranked in the top four for Strokes Gained: Off The Tee.
Two of those four, Sergio Garcia and Sam Burns, ranked first in that category.
This is good news for Thompson, who sits 23rd, as it is for 17th-placed Garrick Higgo.
The South African's strong play off the tee here (he was eighth for the week) helped him finish in a tie for third on his tournament debut last year.
Higgo opened with a steady 70 and then fired 66-68-68 to finish just one shot shy of the play-off number.
He admitted that week that he was using Sea Island as his American base which maybe explains why he won the Palmetto Championship in South Carolina on just his second PGA Tour start.
That was on Bermuda greens and adds to the belief that he can thrive in events played in the south.
His current form is a little less clear. Higgo has missed his last two cuts - Wyndham and Fortinet - but hasn't shot more than 72 in doing so. In fact, he hasn't carded a round over 72 since June!
In that time we've seen him take 21st at John Deere, 19th in the Scottish Open and 13th in the 3M Open.
He had the putter working nicely in the latter two so returning to the scene of his top-three finish last year, there are enough signs to say he can play a prominent part once again.