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Sanderson Farms Championship Odds, Picks & Predictions 2022

Michael Harrison

by Michael Harrison in Golf

Sep 26, 2022 · 7:47 AM PDT

Sam Burns
Oct 3, 2021; Jackson, Mississippi, USA; Sam Burns waves to the crowd after he putted on the 18th hole during the final round of the Sanderson Farms Championship at the Country Club of Jackson. Mandatory Credit: Chuck Cook-USA TODAY Sports
  • The Sanderson Farms Championship from Jackson, Mississippi tees off Thursday, September 29th
  • Defending champion Sam Burns is the +1100 favorite over JT Poston
  • Below, see the Sanderson Farms Championship odds to win, plus best value bets

Following the United States winning their ninth straight Presidents Cup by five points over the Internationals squad, the PGA Tour season continues at the Sanderson Farms Championship. Burns is the lone American from the victorious team teeing it up this week, with two International members playing in Sebastian Munoz and Christiaan Bezuidenhout.

Going low is imperative for success at the Country Club of Jackson, with the last seven champions finishing with a winning score between 18 and 22 under par. Six of the previous eight champions made this their maiden PGA Tour triumph.

2022 Sanderson Farms Championship Odds

Golfers Odds
Sam Burns +1100
JT Poston +1600
Denny McCarthy +1800
Sahith Theegala +2000
Russell Henley +2200
Sebastian Munoz +2500
Christiaan Bezuidenhout +2800
Scott Stallings +3000
Keegan Bradley +3500
Taylor Montgomery +3500
Davis Riley +4000
Seamus Power +4000
Emiliano Grillo +4000
Thomas Detry +4000
Chris Kirk +4500
Andrew Putnam +4500
Taylor Moore +4500
Harris English +5000
Adam Hadwin +5000
Trey Mullinax +5000

Odds as of September 26th at DraftKings Sportsbook. See this available DraftKings Sportsbook promo code

 

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This field typically isn’t one of the strongest ones on the PGA Tour calendar, and this year is no exception. Sam Burns is the only top-35 golfer on the planet playing this tournament. This marks the second event of the 2022-23 wraparound season, with Max Homa winning the Fortinet Championship two weeks ago.

Denny McCarthy Knocking On Door

Denny McCarthy keeps giving himself chances to break through on the PGA Tour, and it feels like it’s only a matter of time before he finds the winners circle. Known to be a savant on the greens (second in SG: putting last season), McCarthy has posted a trio of top-30 results in the last three times teeing it up.

The last four years at this tournament, McCarthy’s results have been as follows – T-7th, T-18th, T-6th, T-17th, showing he’s comfortable on this track.

Denny McCarthy’s Strokes Gained Stats Last 12 Rounds At Sanderson Farms

Total Short Game Around-The-Green Putting Tee-To-Green Tee-To-Green
1 2 2 8 10 33

At +1800, McCarthy has the third shortest odds on the board. Ideally, those odds would be longer, but he’s shown such a knack for getting around Jackson CC that he could very well become another first-time winner of this tournament.

Last Five Sanderson Farms Championship Winners

Year Winner
2021 Sam Burns
2020 Sergio Garcia
2019 Sebastian Munoz
2018 Cameron Champ
2017 Ryan Armour

2022 Sanderson Farms Championship Best Value Picks

  1. Taylor Montgomery (+3500): Taylor Montgomery got his season started beautifully, winding up third at the Fortinet, where he gained over 11 shots on the greens. He’s graduated from the Korn Ferry Tour, where he racked up six top-four finishes this last season. Seven of his last eight tournaments on the KFT, he ranked inside the top-10.
  2. Trey Mullinax (+5000): Just six starts ago Trey Mullinax won his first PGA Tour event at the Barbasol Championship. He played very well in the first two FedEx Cup playoff tourneys also, placing T-5th and T-12th, and in the last 24 rounds, Mullinax is first in total strokes gained. A year ago, he was T-4th at Sanderson Farms.
  3. CT Pan (+10000): If you’re looking for a golfer with longshot value, CT Pan has that at these odds. The last two times he’s played this tournament, Pan has finished T-11th in 2021 and T-12th in 2020. In that span, he’s been second in total strokes gained and fifth at putting at this track. He’ll sport solid value in the top 10/20 markets.

 

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