Mark Hubbard, a 65 at the Sanderson Farms



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Mark Hubbard, a 65 at the Sanderson Farms

In archive the third day of the Sanderson Farms Championship 2022, a tournament of the PGA Tour held on the course of the Country Club of Jackson, Mississippi. When there are only 18 holes left, the scenario in the upper floors of the ranking has changed again, giving us an exciting finish.

Sanderson Farms Championship 2022, results

The new leader is the American Mark Hubbard, author of an exceptional lap in 65 strokes. His score thus dropped to -15 thanks above all to the extraordinary second nine in which he was able to hit six birdies, of which five consecutive from 11 to 15.

The first pursuer and therefore the main threat to his leadership is the Canadian Mackenzie Hughes. Having climbed to the top of the rankings at the end of the second round, Hughes found another solid round in 68 strokes, bringing his total score to -14, only one length behind Hubbard.

Third place shared by the American Scott Stallings, the South African Garrick Higgo and the Austrian Sepp Straka. Their score is -12 and the distance from first place is only three strokes, largely recoverable with a last important lap.

The best score on the round was recorded by Keegan Bradley. The stars and stripes golfer lowered his score by 8 strokes, hitting a 64 achieved thanks to eight birdies, of which five consecutive as in the case of Hubbard. With this performance Bradley climbed to sixth position at -11 in the company of compatriot Nick Hardy.

Disastrous day for the Belgian Thomas Detry, first at the halfway point and now fallen in 15th position with two shots lost today. Jackson is a city in the United States of America, the capital of the state of Mississippi.

At the 2000 census, the city had a population of 184 256, up from 175,021 according to a 2009 estimate. , Madison, Copiah and Simpson, had a population of 522 580 (called Jacksonians). Jackson is located on the Pearl River and receives water from Ross Barnett Reservoir, an artificial reservoir created by barring the Pearl River to the northeast of the city, between Madison and Rankin counties.

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city of Jackson has a total area of ​​276.7 km², of which 271.7 km² of land and 5 km² of inland waters (1.80% of the total). Jackson is one of the two Hinds County towns along with Raymond. Part of the city is comprised of Madison and Rankin counties.