Sanderson Farms Championship

  • October 26 - 29, 2017
  • CC of Jackson - Jackson, MS
  • Par 72
    Yards 7,421
  • Purse $4,300,000
    Defending Champion Ryan Armour

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTEARNINGSFEDEX PTSTEE TIME
1-Ryan ArmourR. Armour-19-4F66686768269$774,000.000-
2-Chesson HadleyC. Hadley-14-4F68706868274$464,400.000-
36Jonathan RandolphJ. Randolph-12-5F69697167276$292,400.000-
T412Smylie KaufmanS. Kaufman-10-4F67727168278$177,733.340-
T44Brian StuardB. Stuard-10-2F67707170278$177,733.330-
T41Scott StrohmeyerS. Strohmeyer-10-1F72676871278$177,733.330-
T725Jason KokrakJ. Kokrak-9-5F69707367279$134,016.670-
T72Nicholas LindheimN. Lindheim-9-2F70677270279$134,016.670-
T74Benjamin SilvermanB. Silverman-9EF68706972279$134,016.660-
T1022Patton KizzireP. Kizzire-8-4F71726968280$92,142.860-
T1033Ricky BarnesR. Barnes-8-6F69707566280$92,142.860-
T1013Derek FathauerD. Fathauer-8-3F67717369280$92,142.860-
T1013Kevin StreelmanK. Streelman-8-3F71697169280$92,142.860-
T106Shawn StefaniS. Stefani-8-2F72716770280$92,142.860-
T107Vaughn TaylorV. Taylor-8+1F70667173280$92,142.850-
T107Beau HosslerB. Hossler-8+1F69696973280$92,142.850-
1715Wyndham ClarkW. Clark-7-3F66717569281$68,800.000-
T1825Brandon HagyB. Hagy-6-4F71717268282$52,337.150-
T185Rob OppenheimR. Oppenheim-6-1F70717071282$52,337.150-
T182Hunter MahanH. Mahan-6EF70716972282$52,337.140-
T182Tom LoveladyT. Lovelady-6EF71697072282$52,337.140-
T189Zac BlairZ. Blair-6+1F68707173282$52,337.140-
T189Brian GayB. Gay-6+1F72696873282$52,337.140-
T1815Seamus PowerS. Power-6+3F68687175282$52,337.140-
T257Aaron WiseA. Wise-5-1F68747071283$33,540.000-
T252William McGirtW. McGirt-5EF70717072283$33,540.000-
T2516Tyrone van AswegenT. van Aswegen-5+2F70657474283$33,540.000-
T2516Billy Hurley IIIB. Hurley III-5+2F72686974283$33,540.000-
T2516Austin CookA. Cook-5+2F72677074283$33,540.000-
T307Aaron BaddeleyA. Baddeley-4+1F69687473284$27,305.000-
T307Ethan TracyE. Tracy-4+1F70717073284$27,305.000-
T3013Talor GoochT. Gooch-4-2F71717270284$27,305.000-
T3014Dru LoveD. Love-4+2F71677274284$27,305.000-
T342J.J. SpaunJ.J. Spaun-3+1F66757173285$20,353.340-
T3411Eric AxleyE. Axley-3+2F68717274285$20,353.340-
T3411Andrew PutnamA. Putnam-3+2F68737074285$20,353.330-
T3411Peter MalnatiP. Malnati-3+2F67747074285$20,353.340-
T349Cameron PercyC. Percy-3-1F69747171285$20,353.330-
T3418Johnson WagnerJ. Wagner-3+3F69707175285$20,353.330-
T3424Angel CabreraA. Cabrera-3-3F70727469285$20,353.330-
T3424Derek ErnstD. Ernst-3-3F72707469285$20,353.330-
T3438Chris KirkC. Kirk-3-5F70727667285$20,353.330-
T433Ben CraneB. Crane-2+1F70717273286$13,093.500-
T4311Martin PillerM. Piller-2+2F71717074286$13,093.500-
T43-Sam BurnsS. Burns-2EF69737272286$13,093.500-
T43-Brice GarnettB. Garnett-2EF72717172286$13,093.500-
T43-Adam SchenkA. Schenk-2EF71727172286$13,093.500-
T4311Brett StegmaierB. Stegmaier-2-1F71727271286$13,093.500-
T4315Scott StallingsS. Stallings-2-2F71717470286$13,093.500-
T4315George McNeillG. McNeill-2-2F71727370286$13,093.500-
T5111Joel DahmenJ. Dahmen-1+2F70707374287$10,449.000-
T518Stephan JaegerS. Jaeger-1+1F72697373287$10,449.000-
T5313Cameron TringaleC. TringaleE+3F71727075288$9,861.340-
T5321Tim HerronT. HerronE+4F73667376288$9,861.340-
T531JT PostonJ. PostonE+1F69747273288$9,861.330-
T5337Taylor MooreT. MooreE+6F69717078288$9,861.330-
T5316Matt EveryM. EveryE-1F74697471288$9,861.330-
T5316David SkinnsD. SkinnsE-1F70737471288$9,861.330-
T5927David HearnD. Hearn+1+5F68707477289$9,331.000-
T5916Andrew LandryA. Landry+1+3F66747475289$9,331.000-
T595Spencer LevinS. Levin+1+2F69707674289$9,331.000-
T591Conrad ShindlerC. Shindler+1+1F66757573289$9,331.000-
T591Stuart ApplebyS. Appleby+1+1F70717573289$9,331.000-
T591Ben MartinB. Martin+1+1F70727473289$9,331.000-
T6511Matt AtkinsM. Atkins+2+3F69737375290$8,944.000-
T657Nicholas ThompsonN. Thompson+2+2F71717474290$8,944.000-
T654Corey ConnersC. Conners+2+1F72717473290$8,944.000-
T6825Abraham AncerA. Ancer+3+5F70717377291$8,686.000-
T6825Grady Brame Jr.G. Brame Jr.+3+5F72677577291$8,686.000-
T6810Greg ChalmersG. Chalmers+3+3F69717675291$8,686.000-
7113Omar UrestiO. Uresti+4+4F72697576292$8,514.000-
T7214Daniel SummerhaysD. Summerhays+6+6F73697478294$8,385.000-
T722Fabian GomezF. Gomez+6+2F71727774294$8,385.000-
T741John RollinsJ. Rollins+8+5F69727877296$8,213.000-
T74-Steve WheatcroftS. Wheatcroft+8+4F71727776296$8,213.000-
--Charlie WiC. WiCUT-CUT7569----144$00-
--D.J. TrahanD.J. TrahanCUT-CUT7173----144$00-
--Davis Love IIID. Love IIICUT-CUT7272----144$00-
--Robert AllenbyR. AllenbyCUT-CUT7569----144$00-
--Tyler DuncanT. DuncanCUT-CUT7668----144$00-
--Blayne BarberB. BarberCUT-CUT7668----144$00-
--Dicky PrideD. PrideCUT-CUT7272----144$00-
--Lanto GriffinL. GriffinCUT-CUT7074----144$00-
--Jimmy StangerJ. StangerCUT-CUT7371----144$00-
--Matt JonesM. JonesCUT-CUT7074----144$00-
--Cody GribbleC. GribbleCUT-CUT7569----144$00-
--Sam RyderS. RyderCUT-CUT7273----145$00-
--Tommy GaineyT. GaineyCUT-CUT7372----145$00-
--Denny McCarthyD. McCarthyCUT-CUT7471----145$00-
--Derek BardD. BardCUT-CUT7075----145$00-
--Jonathan ByrdJ. ByrdCUT-CUT7372----145$00-
--Nyasha MauchazaN. MauchazaCUT-CUT7273----145$00-
--Ryan BlaumR. BlaumCUT-CUT7174----145$00-
--Retief GoosenR. GoosenCUT-CUT7471----145$00-
--Nate LashleyN. LashleyCUT-CUT7274----146$00-
--John HuhJ. HuhCUT-CUT7175----146$00-
--Roberto DiazR. DiazCUT-CUT7373----146$00-
--Harris EnglishH. EnglishCUT-CUT7670----146$00-
--Richard JohnsonR. JohnsonCUT-CUT7373----146$00-
--Ben WolcottB. WolcottCUT-CUT7473----147$00-
--Craig BarlowC. BarlowCUT-CUT7275----147$00-
--Brendon de JongeB. de JongeCUT-CUT7770----147$00-
--Keith MitchellK. MitchellCUT-CUT7473----147$00-
--Troy MattesonT. MattesonCUT-CUT7374----147$00-
--Mark WilsonM. WilsonCUT-CUT7176----147$00-
--Steven BowditchS. BowditchCUT-CUT7573----148$00-
--Ted Potter Jr.T. Potter Jr.CUT-CUT7474----148$00-
--Troy MerrittT. MerrittCUT-CUT7474----148$00-
--John MerrickJ. MerrickCUT-CUT7276----148$00-
--Tom HogeT. HogeCUT-CUT7375----148$00-
--Shaun MicheelS. MicheelCUT-CUT8069----149$00-
--Ken DukeK. DukeCUT-CUT7772----149$00-
--Phil SchmittP. SchmittCUT-CUT7673----149$00-
--Brendon ToddB. ToddCUT-CUT7673----149$00-
--Kyle ThompsonK. ThompsonCUT-CUT7574----149$00-
--Arjun AtwalA. AtwalCUT-CUT7476----150$00-
--Parker McLachlinP. McLachlinCUT-CUT7575----150$00-
--Brian DavisB. DavisCUT-CUT7872----150$00-
--Andrew YunA. YunCUT-CUT7280----152$00-
--Robert GarrigusR. GarrigusCUT-CUT7676----152$00-
--Heath SlocumH. SlocumCUT-CUT7676----152$00-
--Rick LambR. LambCUT-CUT7676----152$00-
--Brandon HarkinsB. HarkinsCUT-CUT7478----152$00-
--Carl PetterssonC. PetterssonCUT-CUT7875----153$00-
--Richy WerenskiR. WerenskiCUT-CUT7380----153$00-
--Ross BellR. BellCUT-CUT7876----154$00-
--Trey MullinaxT. MullinaxWD-WD73------73$00-
--Jason BohnJ. BohnWD-WD73------73$00-
--Bronson BurgoonB. BurgoonWD-WD74------74$00-
--Alex CejkaA. CejkaDQ-DQ7273----145$00-
--Mark HensbyM. HensbyDQ-DQ78------78$00-
999-J.J. HenryJ.J. Henry-1-MDF7370----143$00-

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