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CHARITY LINK


Century Club Charities, Inc. is a non-profit, tax- exempt 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is promoting the game of golf for the benefit of local charities. Since 1986, Century Club Charities has generated more than $7.3 million for local charities and in the past few years, donated over $1 million to local charities including $400,000 to the Friends of Children’s Hospital.


Century Club Charities has adopted the Friends of Children’s Hospital as their primary charity. Friends is a non-profit organization, created to benefit the Blair E. Batson Hospital for Children. Batson is Mississippi’s only hospital built specifically for the care and emergency treatment of children. Friends of Children’s Hospital ensures their patients have everything from stuffed animals to state-of-the-art medical equipment. In 2012, the True South Classic raised more than $500,000 for local charities, including $200,000 through the Birdies For Charity program’s more than 50 participating Mississippi charities.


How Was It Won? Scott Stallings won with a combination of solid putting and outstanding driving. Here are some statistics: ■ He was second in Driving Distance (295 yards). ■ He was third in Strokes Gained – Putting (615). ■ He tied for 10th in Total Putts (107). ■ He tied for 20th in Greens in Regulation (54 of 72 or 75 %).


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ANNANDALE GOLF CLUB


The Annandale Golf Club opened in 1981, and in 1986 it hosted the United States Mid-Amateur— quite a compliment from the United States Golf Association for such a young course. The Jack Nicklaus design switched from


FINAL STANDINGS PLAYER


Scott Stallings Jason Bohn


Billy Horschel Bud Cauley Scott Brown Will Claxton


William McGirt J.J. Killeen Josh Teater


Hunter Hamrick Ryuji Imada Chris Kirk


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70 69 64 66 68 73


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68 68 66 71 67 68


68 66 70 67


68 67 71 66 65


69 71 69 67


68 68 67 68 64 68 69


69 69


TOTAL SCORE


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FEDEXCUP POINTS


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The 54-hole leader has gone on to win the last


three times at the Sanderson Farms


Championship (Bill


Haas/2010, Chris


Kirk/2011, Scott


Stallings/2012). PGA TOUR ESSENTIAL GUIDE 2013 131


bentgrass greens to Champion Bermuda a few years ago. Until that time, the conventional wisdom was that the extreme heat and humidity of a Mississippi summer required bermudagrass greens in order to survive. In 1984, the PGA TOUR moved the Deposit Guaranty Golf Classic to Annandale from the Hattiesburg Country Club, where it had been played since the tournament began in 1968. Annandale’s signature hole is the 409-yard, par-4 17th. A stream runs through the hole, giving players a choice of either playing conservatively by driving to the left of the hazard and having a mid-iron approach to the green, or driving to the right of the stream, which is protected by more water but leaves a short iron approach.


Tournament Record 263, Dan Halldorson, 1986


Tournament 18-Hole Record 61, Keith Clearwater, 1996


GOLF CHANNEL


Ticket Information www.sandersonfarmschampionship.com


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