- Will Zalatoris has (+1800) odds as the co-favorite to win the tournament.
- Sergio Garcia sits at (+2000) to win the Sanderson Farms Championship.
- Kevin Streelman is a (+5000) longshot with a real chance to make a run at the title.
JACKSON, Miss. – The Sanderson Farms Championship will take place in Jackson, Mississippi for the eighth year in a row this weekend. There is plenty of data from the previous events that point towards a certain group of golfers having success in the tournament.
Sanderson Farms Championship
- Corey Conners +1800
- Sam Burns +1800
- Will Zalatoris +1800
- Sergio Garcia +2000
- Sungjae Im +2000
- Mito Pereira +2500
- Cameron Davis +3300
- Charley Hoffman +3300
- Keegan Bradley +3300
- Si Woo Kim +3300
- Cameron Tringale +4000
- Harold Varner III +4000
- Sebastian Munoz +4000
- Aaron Wise +5000
- Carlos Ortiz +5000
- Kevin Streelman +5000
- Matthew Wolff +5000
- Seamus Power +5000
Will Zalatoris (+1800)
In each of the past three years, the winner has been top five in SG: Off-The-Tee, top 15 in SG: Tee-To-Green, and top 10 in Par 5 scoring. Will Zalatoris fits the criteria well and is likely the reason why regulated sports betting sites have him as one of three tied for favorite to win alongside Corey Conners and Sam Burns.
Zalatoris was ninth on the PGA Tour in SG: Tee-To-Green, 11th in Par 5 Scoring, and 31st in SG: Off-The-Tee during the 2021 season. He came in 11th in the last event, showing he’s in decent form to make a run.
Sergio Garcia (+2000)
Although Sergio Garcia isn’t the betting favorite, there’s a case to be made that he should be. Those betting on golf should note that Garcia ranked third in SG: Off-The-Tee, seventh in Par 5 scoring, and 13th in SG: Tee-To-Green during the 2021 season.
As the only player in the field who was inside the top 15 in all three major stat categories in the event, sports bettors may be getting a generous price with Garcia at (+2000). He’s also the defending champion of the event.
Kevin Streelman (+5000)
Anyone looking for a long shot to win the event may want to take a deeper look at Kevin Streelman. He doesn’t necessarily fit the criteria the same way the previously mentioned golfers do but he has a history of success at this course.
Streelman has placed top 10 in this event multiple times and has put together exceptional rounds in the past. If he’s able to hang around the leaders into the weekend, he could finally breakthrough with a win.
The event is set to begin on September 30 and run through October 3. Coverage of the tournament will be available on the Golf Channel.
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