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The PGA Tour remains in Asia for the third of three weeks, with China hosting the Sanderson Farms Championship once again at Sheshan International in Shanghai. Justin Rose defends a title he won last year as Dustin Johnson gave up a large 54-hole lead.
This is a 78-player field, headed by Justin Rose, Dustin JOhsnon, Brooks Koepka, Paul Casey and more. It's a strong field with a big purse on a golf course where going low is key.
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2018 Sanderson Farms Championship rankings: Top 10 picks
1. Sungjae Im -- Im started well with a T-4 at the Safeway Open, then was T-41 against a better, smaller field. Love him here, and I feel it's akin to the Silverado Resort.
2. Nick Taylor -- Taylor is a past winner here in 2014, and he's had some ups and downs since. However, he's done well in the new season and finished fairly strong.
3. Hunter Mahan -- Mahan is showing signs of getting back to being closer to the golfer he once was. T-13 at Safeway to open is encouraging.
4. Chris Kirk -- Kirk is one of the few players who have a great track record in this event. He was second to Ryan Armour last year, and he's playing mediocre golf overall.
5. Aaron Baddeley -- Badds found a way to keep his card, then he got out the gate well with a T-4 at the Safeway.
6. Ryan Armour -- The defending champion is coming from Korea, so he may be a little off to start. His ballstriking is great, and he's had a whole bunch of solidly mediocre finishes of late.
7. Cameron Champ -- This feels like a Cameron Champ special. He hits the ball a zillion miles, and he can dominate a golf course. T-25 at the Safeway Open.
8. Kevin Streelman -- Streelman didn't played well to end the season, but he did solidly at the Safeway Open and was T-10 here last year.
9. Alex Prugh -- Prugh played well throughout the Web.com Tour season, and he closed with seven top-25 finishes in his last eight starts of the Web.com Tour season.
10. Denny McCarthy -- McCarthy missed the cut in his Safeway Open season debut, but he's played well dating back through August.