Grant Hirschman fired a seven under par 65 at the Sanderson Farms Championship Monday Qualifier to earn a spot in the PGA TOUR field for the week.
The 2021 Sanderson Farms Championship marked Hirschman’s second career start on the PGA TOUR. His first start as a professional came at the 2018 Fed Ex St. Jude Classic in his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee after the conclusion of his incredible collegiate career at University of Oklahoma where played in every event for four years, notched three individual victories including the 2018 Big 12 Conference Championship, was captain of the 2017 National Championship Team, and was a Three Time All-American.
Hirschman took full advantage of the opportunity at the Sanderson Farms Championship, firing rounds of 70-67-66-69. His total of 16 under par secured a tie for 17th place finish, and the largest payday of his career. Hirschman was 11th in Strokes Gained Around the Green and 10th in Strokes Gained Putting for the week.