The second event of the brand-new 2022-2023 PGA Tour season will be played on the PGA Tour following the conclusion of the Presidents Cup. The Sanderson Farms Championship 2022 is a PGA Tour professional golf competition that takes place yearly in Mississippi. The Sanderson Farms Championship will take place at The Country Club from September 26 to October 2.
It moved to Jackson’s Country Club in the fall of 2014, just in time for the 2015 season. The tournament has contributed to raising more than $8.1 million for local charities since it debuted on the PGA Tour’s schedule in 1968. Prior to moving in 1994 to the Annandale Golf Club in Madison, where it remained until 2013, the competition was once contested at the Hattiesburg Country Club in Hattiesburg.
The course comprises 54 holes, is 7,461 yards (6,822 m) long, and has a 72-par rating. The $7,900,000 prize pool is available for the players to win from. There are 24 First Tee youth competitors here. There will be four rounds of the competition at The Country Club of Jackson.
Defending Champion: Sam Burns
The current champion is Sam Burns, one of the most talented Americans in the sport. The Sanderson Farms victory from the previous year was only Burns’ second in his professional career. But he has added two more since then, making a total of four. Samuel Holland Burns is a PGA Tour professional golfer from the United States. He played golf while attending Louisiana State University. In 2021, he captured both the Sanderson Farms and Valspar Championships.
On October 3, 2021, in Jackson, Mississippi, Burns won the Sanderson Farms Championship for the second time on the PGA Tour. On March 20, 2022, Burns defeated Davis Riley in a playoff to earn his second consecutive Valspar Championship title. Burns overcame a seven-stroke deficit to tie Nick Price’s Colonial Country Club triumph from 1994 for the largest comeback in a final round. To qualify for the American team at the 2022 Presidents Cup, Burns played in five matches; in those matches, he equaled two, won three, and lost three.
When will the Sanderson Farms Championship 2022 2022 be held?
The Sanderson Farms Championship 2022 will have four rounds starting on September 29 and ending on October 2, 2022.
Sanderson Farms Championship 2022: Schedule
There are four rounds in the Sanderson Farms Championship 2022. The timetable is represented in the following table:
|Round 1||September 29|
|Round 2||September 30|
|Round 3||October 01|
|Final Round||October 02|
How to watch the Sanderson Farms Championship 2022 on TV?
- Golf Channel
Exclusive TV coverage of the Sanderson Farms Championship will be available on Golf-Channel. The following airtime schedules (all in Eastern Time) are shown:
|Round||Date||Streaming Time (ET)|
|Round 1||Sept. 29, Thursday||3:30-6:30 p.m.|
|Round 2||Sept. 30, Friday||3:30-6:30 p.m.|
|Round 3||Oct. 25, Saturday||4:00-7:00 p.m.|
|Finals||Oct. 27, Sunday||4:00-7:00 p.m.|
How To Live-Stream The Tournament?
You can stream the Sanderson Farms Championship 2022 on PGA Tour Live on ESPN+. The competition will be covered in-depth by PGA Tour Live on Thursday and Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. ET in addition to highlighted group coverage. The action will be streamed live online on PGA Tour Live on ESPN+ and NBCSports.com. Although the schedules have not yet been determined, the third and final rounds will also be broadcast on PGA Tour Live.
Where Will The Tournament Take Place?
- The Country Club of Jackson, Mississippi, USA.
The Sanderson Farms Championship at The Country Club of Jackson will mark the PGA Tour’s return to action after an action-packed week of match play at the Presidents Cup. The Country Club of Jackson’s par-72 course is around 7,400 yards long on a weekly basis. Theegala, who began the current season with a T-6 at the Fortinet Championship in Napa, California, and who led after 54 holes in Jackson last season before ending T-8, is one of the leading contenders.
Sanderson Farms Championship 2022 Tee Times: Round 1
All players start from tee#1:
|Tee Times (ET)*||1st Hole|
|7:00 AM||Dylan Frittelli, Adam Hadwin, Ryan Moore|
|7:11 AM||Patton Kizzire, Adam Schenk, Hayden Buckley|
|7:22 AM||Andrew Putnam, Vince Whaley, Alex Smalley|
|7:33 AM||Garrick Higgo, Jim Herman, Richy Werenski|
|7:44 AM||Chez Reavie, Stewart Cink, Tyler Duncan|
|7:55 AM||Robert Streb, Nick Taylor, Brendon Todd|
|8:06 AM||dam Long, Nick Watney, Stephan Jaeger|
|08:17 AM||Matthew NeSmith, Greyson Sigg, Justin Suh|
|08:28 AM||Kyle Westmoreland, Trevor Werbylo, Cole Hammer|
|08:39 AM||Scott Harrington, Nicholas Lindheim, Tyson Alexander|
|08:50 PM||Ben Griffin, Philip Knowles, Alejandro Tosti|
|09:01 PM||Dean Burmester, Brent Grant, Wilson Furr|
|11:55 AM||Ben Martin, Wyndham Clark, Zac Blair|
|12:06 PM||Nate Lashley, David Lingmerth, Lee Hodges|
|12:17 PM||Russell Henley, Patrick Rodgers, Adam Svensson|
|12:28 PM||Sam Burns, Chad Ramey, Christiaan Bezuidenhout|
|12:39 PM||Trey Mullinax, Luke List, Sahith Theegala|
|12:50 PM||Peter Malnati, Davis Riley, Justin Lower|
|01:01 PM||Ryan Armour, Jimmy Walker, Brian Stuard|
|01:12 PM||Brendan Steele, Chris Stroud, John Huh|
|01:23 PM||Joseph Bramlett, Taylor Montgomery, Carl Yuan|
|01:34 PM||Will Gordon, Thomas Detry, Trevor Cone|
|01:45 PM||Austin Eckroat, Carson Young, Quade Cummins|
|01:56 PM||Robby Shelton, Davis Thompson, Jackson Suber|