Jackson has slick Bermuda grass putting surfaces
Cole 20/121.00 gunning for maiden PGA Tour title
Hoge 33/134.00 to star in mediocre field
• The Sanderson Farms Championship is the second of seven tournaments on this year's Fall schedule;
• This will be the 10th time that the event has taken place at the Country Club of Jackson;
• All nine previous editions were staged between mid-September and early-November;
• The course is located 12 miles north-east of Jackson city centre.
• The Country Club of Jackson is a truly rural location, approximately 180 miles north of New Orleans;
• Although the club itself has been in existence since 1914, this week's course was designed and built during the early 1960s, and given a significant makeover 15 years ago;
• During the club's centenary celebrations, the course staged its maiden PGA Tour event and has since become a regular on the calendar;
• The Championship course combines the nine holes of Dogwood, with nine from Azalea;
• Water comes into play on seven holes at this traditional parkland layout;
• The slick Bermuda grass putting surfaces are certainly challenging, although Jackson remains a low-scoring venue where the average winning under-par total is 18.89 (269.11).
Latest betting for this week's Sanderson Farms Championship
Lowest 10 At Country Club of Jackson (2017-22)
Average .... (Rounds)
69.08: Charley Hoffman (12)
69.14: Henrik Norlander (14)
69.17: CT Pan (12)
69.42: Hayden Buckley (12)
69.50: Nick Watney (10)
69.61: Kevin Streelman (18)
69.63: Emiliano Grillo (16)
69.86: William McGirt (14)
69.89: Dylan Frittelli (18)
70.00: Stephan Jaeger (18)
70.00: Brandt Snedeker (10)
Min. No. of Rounds = 10
Only those entered this week are included in table
Sanderson Farms Championship Top Tips: Five To Watch
Ludvig Aberg 11/112.00: At No 136 in the FedEx standings, the Swede still has work to do to reclaim his PGA Tour card for next season. He arrives fresh from tasting Ryder Cup glory in Italy, having enjoyed some great form in recent weeks.
Eric Cole 20/121.00: Kicked-off his Fall Series campaign by finishing fourth at last month's Fortinet Championship in California.
Emiliano Grillo 20/121.00: The 'top seed' this week. Is one of only two members of the world's top 50 taking part. Tied-fifth at Jackson 12 months ago.
Tom Hoge 33/134.00: Spent two weeks in the British Isles last month competing in DP World Tour events (tied-14th at Wentworth). Survived two of the three tournaments that made up this year's FedEx Cup Play-Offs' series.
Callum Tarren 50/151.00: The Darlington-born 33-year-old Englishman has completed two years on the PGA Tour and looks well set to retain his Tour card for 2024. Tied-seventh at the recent Fortinet Championship and posted a top-15 finish in this event last year.
MC* - Missed Additional 54-Hole Cut
Note: List Contains Leading Reserves