Jason Day’s humble goal was to keep his PGA card

Mississippi's Sanderson Farms Championship has often served as a springboard to success for some of the biggest names on the PGA Tour. Former Clarion-Ledger sports editor Rusty Hampton, now a board member of the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame, was on the Annandlae practice range in 2008 when he encountered a 20-year-old named Jason Day. Now, $27.5 million later, Day is golf's No. 1 ranked player in the world. What follows is Hampton's resulting column. • MADISON - Mississippi's PGA Tour tournament has existed for 41 years as an alternative...