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Sanderson Farms 2020 | 10 Key Stats

The Sanderson Farms Championship is this week’s PGA Tour stop, and it’s primed to surrender another -20 victor. Scoring will be prevalent as a slightly stronger field versus years past set their sights on the Country Club of Jackson. We’ve seen plenty of triple digit winners here in recent history in terms of the odds market with the last 2 winners coming in at a “short” 66-1.

The Country Club of Jackson is our host course this week set up for the boys to completely bend over and make their biyatch. It’s a par 72 a little over 7,400 yards that features Bermuda through and through. The fairways are generous, the greens are average in size, and the greens are grainy AF bermuda. This course has produced 6 straight first time winners with Munoz & Champ being the most recent. Length is an advantage, but not a prerequisite for success. However, with our last 2 winners, it’s clearly a viable strategy to bomb and gouge with no regard for finding fairways. However, putting and chipping on grainy Bermuda should be a prerequisite. Let’s take a look at who’s poppin!


1. Strokes gained tee to green from last year’s Sanderson Farms: 1. Frittelli 2. Tringale 3. Ortiz 4. Im 5. Ben An 6. Poston 7. Grillo 8. Harman 9. Burgoon 10. Munoz

2. Historical GIR leaders at CC of Jackson (min 8 rounds): 1. McGirt 2. Rodgers 3. Scheffler 4. Glover 5. Mahan 6. Kirk 7. Hadley 8. Percy 9. Ortiz 10. Taylor

3. Strokes gained putting leaders last 50 rounds on Bermuda that also rank in the top 100 in ball striking: 1. McCarthy 2. Burns 3. Im 4. Taylor 5. Poston 6. Munoz 7. Lashley 8. Perez 9. Harman 10. Schenk

4. If I make a custom model with courses that are 7200-7400 yards, bermuda greens, and difficult to hit fairways, your top 10 in total strokes gained are: 1. Stenson 2. Reavie 3. Im 4. Ben An 5. Stallings 6. Donald 7. Grace 8. Laird 9. Hearn 10. McGirt

5. If I make another model with JUST strokes gained ball striking on courses that are 720-7400 yards, par 72, and average to easy in scoring your top 10 are: 1. Ben An 2. Bradley 3. Grillo 4. Schwartzel 5. Dufner 6. Reavie 7. Ryder 8. Vegas 9. List 10. Redman

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6. Your top 10 in opps gained the last 12 rounds: 1. Si Woo 2. Dufner 3. Scheffler 4. Harman 5. Grillo 6. Norlander 7. ZJ 8. Malnati 9. Bradley 10. List

7. Strokes gained on the par 5’s will be the most important at CC of Jackson this week, so your top 10 in strokes gained on the par 5’s are: 1. Clark 2. Burns 3. Scheffler 4. Davis 5. Schwab 6. Hoffman 7. Im 8. Schenk 9. Straka 10. Holmes

8. Top 10 in GIR’s gained the last 12 rounds: 1. Scheffler 2. Ventura 3. Conners 4. ZJ 5. Hoffman 6. Lebioda 7. Redman 8. Ghim 9. Im 10. Riley

9. The two highest approach shot distribution buckets this week are 125-150 & 200+, so your top 10 in proximity are: 1. Grillo 2. Bryan 3. Armour 4. Hadley 5. Wise 6. Stanley 7. Hoge 8. Stenson 9. Knox 10. Walker

10. Top 10 ‘values’ on DK compared to FanDuel pricing: 1. Taylor 2. Holmes 3. Hearn 4. Percy 5. Cink 6. Anderson 7. Schwartzel 8. Knox 9. Bradley 10. Davis

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