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Daily Fantasy PGA Picks and Betting Guide for DraftKings & FanDuel – Sanderson Farms Championship
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Country Club of Jackson
Par 72 - 7,456 Yards
Greens - Bermuda
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Previous Five Winners
- 2023 - Mackenzie Hughes(-17)
- 2022 - Sam Burns(-22)
- 2021 - Sergio Garcia(-19)
- 2020 - Sebastian Munoz(-18)
- 2019 - Cameron Champ(-21)
The putter let him down at the Fortinet but Jaeger's tee-to-green game picked up right where it left off last season as he gained 6.1 strokes on the field. It's that foundation that led him to a very consistent second half of the season where he finished with 12 straight made cuts from May until August. He now returns to CC of Jackson with a nice track record making the cut in three of his last four attempts with finishes of T30, T26, and T14. Checking almost every box, Jaeger is easily one of my top plays this week.
While Ryder doesn't check all the boxes thanks to some sub-par course history, it is impossible to ignore his form coming in this time around. He finished T14 at the season-opening Fortinet Championship(ranked 3rd in SG: T2G), has made four straight cuts going back to the 3M Open and more importantly has gained four or more strokes on approach in five straight shotlink events. In keeping with the trend of improving his success here year over year, I look for Ryder to use his red-hot irons to carry him to a career-best finish and possibly contend for a win.
Higgo returns to CC of Jackson after an impressive T3 here last year which also ended up being his top finish of the season. The form may not look great as he has missed two cuts in a row but finished the season strong with three Top 25's in his last four events but a missed cut at the Wyndham had him narrowly miss the FedEx Cup playoffs. His game is centred around the driver but we are also seeing a nice trend with his putter as he has gained 9.7 strokes on the green over his last four shotlink events(was also good at the Genesis). I will have exposure to Higgo in all formats.
Tarren is not going to be the safest choice in this range making just 43% of cuts over his first two seasons but has a ton of upside for the price. That upside was there just two weeks ago as he opened the season with an impressive T7 at the Fortinet Championship gaining 7.5 strokes tee to green. Looking at the stats over the last 24 rounds, he ranks(in this field) 2nd in SG: Tee to Green, 8th in Driving Distance, 26th in SG: Approach, 11th in Par 4 Scoring, and 12th in Opportunities Gained. He now returns to CC of Jackson where he looked terrific a year ago finishing T13. I will have exposure in all formats.