From West Virginia to Mississippi, the PGA Tour heads 800 miles south-west for this week's Sanderson Farms Championship.
For a sixth successive year, the tournament takes place at the Country Club of Jackson, a 57-year-old parkland course situated in the heart of the Deep South.
Laid out approximately six miles north-west of downtown Jackson - the Mississippi state capital - Dick Wilson's original design was given a major facelift by two-time PGA Tour winner John Fought in 2008.
The slick Bermuda grass greens require respect, while contenders will need to possess a strong short game too.
Putting is usually a key stat at Jackson where water comes into play on eight holes.
As only to be expected at this stage of the new season, the field for Jackson is pretty weak by PGA Tour standards.
Just one member of the world's top 40 - Chez Reavie - is teeing-up, with world No 41 Brandt Snedeker the next highest-ranked golfer taking part.
Snedeker, who is making his Jackson debut, posted back-to-back top-10s during the recent FedEx Cup Play-Offs so will fancy his chances this week.
Among those with a respectable course history are experienced Americans Lucas Glover and Vaughn Taylor, while last year's runner-up Corey Connors will be chasing a second PGA Tour title of 2019.
Most of those who registered top-10s in West Virginia on Sunday are back in action, including Korn Ferry Tour graduate Scottie Scheffler and Brian Harman.
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The 32-year-old left-hander from Georgia has been fighting his way back into form since late June.
A former world No 20, but currently at 90, Harman stood on the podium at Greenbrier over the weekend when securing a fourth top-eight finish in eight starts.
Harman is a two-time winner on Tour and it would be no surprise if the 2017 US Open runner-up returned to the world's top 50 by the end of the calendar year.
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The prodigious talent of South Korea's Sung Jae Im should also be taken seriously this week.
With 20-year-old Chilean Joaquin Niemann claiming a maiden victory over The Old White on Sunday, these low-key events provide the perfect platform for first-time winners to emerge.
Im, who is barely seven months older than Niemann, won twice on the Web Tour in 2018 since when he has registered 15 top-20s during his debut season in the top tier.
Im's compatriots Byeong Hun An and Si Woo Kim are other leading contenders in the Deep South this week.
Kim and An are already established winners in world golf. Kim is a former champion at TPC Sawgrass, while An triumphed at Wentworth during his time on the European Tour.
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