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Sergio Garcia wins Sanderson Farms Championship; Results, recaps, highlights from the PGA TOUR

DraftKings Live recaps PGA TOUR golf results from the Sanderson Farms Championship.

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Round 4 Recap — Sunday

Sergio Garcia gets back in the winner’s circle at Sanderson Farms Championship

Garcia ($8,600; 134.5 DKFP) made a clutch birdie putt on the final hole to complete his five-under Final Round to claim the win at the 2020 Sanderson Farms Championship at the Country Club of Jackson. He did have two bogeys on Sunday, but also posted an eagle and five birdies. The 40-year-old has now won 11 times on the PGA Tour, but this was his first victory since his 2017 victory at The Masters. He edged out Peter Malnati ($6,300; 121.5 DKFP) by one stroke. J.T. Poston ($7,500; 110.4 DKFP), Keegan Bradley ($7,100; 112.0 DKFP) and Henrik Norlander ($6,700; 118.0 DKFP) rounded out the top five. — Zach Thompson

Peter Malnati shoots 63 to finish second at Sanderson Farms Championship

Malnati ($6,300; 121.5 DKFP) was a tough-luck runner up at the Sanderson Farms Championship, firing a nine-under 63 on Sunday to finish at 18-under. He started the day in 13th place and walked off the 18th green with the lead, but it did not survive a late charge from Sergio Garcia ($8,600; 134.5 DKFP). Malnati, who was just 1.2% owned in the $300K Resurgence contest, carded nine birdies during his bogey-free final round, including three in a row on the back nine to hit the birdie streak bonus. Henrik Norlander ($6,700; 118.0 DKFP) and Stewart Cink ($7,600; 85.0 DKFP) were two off the low round with a 7-under 65 on Sunday. — Kenny Ducey

Round 3 Recap — Saturday

Sergio Garcia tied for lead heading into final round of Sanderson Farms Championship

Garcia ($8,600), Cameron Davis ($8,100) and J.T. Poston ($7,500) are all tied for the lead at 14-under-par heading into Sunday’s final round at the Sanderson Farms Championship. Keegan Bradley ($7,100) was the leader after the second round but dropped to tied for sixth following a disappointing one-over-par on Saturday. Davis had the best score on the course in Round 3 at nine-under-par, while Garcia’s mark of six-under-par was tied for the second-best score on the day. Poston entered the day in a tie for second but moved up after carding a three-under-par. Garcia is the current betting favorite at +350 on DraftKings Sportsbook, but Davis (+400) and Poston (+450) are not far behind. — Matt LaMarca

Cameron Davis fires 63 to vault into tie for 54-hole lead

Davis ($8,100; 108 DKFP) started the day in 24th place but had the low round of the day with a nine-under 63 to give him a share of the lead heading into Sunday at the Sanderson Farms Championship. The Australian started his day with five straight birdies, then made one at eight, eagled the par-five 14th and gained yet another stroke with a birdie on 15. Davis, who is 23.5% owned in the $300K resurgence contest, now has 17 birdies on the round and got the bonus for three straight birdies on Saturday. Rory Sabbatini ($7,600; 83.5 DKFP) and Wesley Bryan ($6,300; 69 DKFP) were among four players to tie for the second-lowest round of the day at 66, the former moving up 24 spots to a share of 11th place and the latter 31 spots to a tie for 14th. — Kenny Ducey

Round 2 Recap — Friday

Keegan Bradley leads after second round of Sanderson Farms Championship

Bradley ($7,100) moved into the lead following the second round of the Sanderson Farms Championship on Friday. He fired a seven-under-par 65 — which was the lowest round on the course — bringing his total to 13-under-par for the tournament. That gives him a two-stroke lead over J.T. Poston ($7,500) and Charley Hoffman ($7,900), who are tied for second at 11-under-par. Bradley was not a particularly popular DFS option this week given his average ownership of approximately 7.2%, but he is now the betting favorite to win the tournament at +275 on DraftKings Sportsbook. Hoffman (+600) and Poston (+700) are not far behind and we’ll see if anyone else can put themselves in contention on Saturday. — Matt LaMarca

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Will Zalatoris headlines notable cuts after second round of Sanderson Farms Championship

Zalatoris ($10,200) will not be playing golf this weekend after failing to make the cut at the Sanderson Farms Championship. The cut line was established at three-under-par and Zalatoris finished at just even after the first two rounds. Zalatoris may not be a household name for casual golf fans, but he had been playing well heading into this event. He posted back-to-back finishes inside the top 10 in his previous two events, including a sixth-place finish at the U.S. Open. He checked in with the fourth-highest average ownership in DraftKings tournaments this week at nearly 26.5%. Sam Burns ($9,800; 25.5%) and Patrick Rodgers ($8,200; 15.6%) were others golfers with a top-10 average ownership this week who failed to qualify for the weekend. — Matt LaMarca

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