Sign of the times (above) throughout Prince Edward Island after Hurricane Fiona hit Atlantic Canada on the weekend … With the Presidents Cup over, the PGA Tour schedule resumes this week in Jackson, Miss., at the Sanderson Farms Championship, where Michael Gligic, Adam Hadwin, Mackenzie Hughes, Adam Svensson and Nick Taylor are in the field … Taylor won his first PGA Tour title at the 2015 Sanderson Farms Championship … Other Canadians to win in Jackson include Richard Zokol in 1992 and the late Dan Halldorson in 1986, both when the tournament was known as the Deposit Guaranty Golf Classic … PGA Tour Champions has a week off before playing the Constellation Furyk and Friends event in Jacksonville, Fla., next week … The LPGA Tour visits The Colony, Tx., this week for the Ascendant LPGA benefiting Volunteers of America. Brooke Henderson, Alena Sharp, Maude-Aimee Leblanc and Maddie Szeryk are playing … The Epson Tour is in Tuscaloosa, Ala., for the Tuscaloosa Toyota Classic, where Selena Costabile is the lone Canadian in the field … The Tuscaloosa event in the second-to-last tournament on the Epson Tour schedule, which concludes next week at the Epson Tour Championship in Daytona Beach, Fla. … Ben Silverman of Thornhill, Ont., Jimmy Jones of Tampa. Fla., Mathew Iceton of Brooklin, Ont., Chris Crisologo of Richmond, B.C., Michael Blair of Burlington, Ont., and Calgary’s Albert Pistorius all advanced through the first stage of Korn Ferry Tour qualifying last week. More first stage events will be held this week in Gunter, Tx., Lincoln, Neb., and Chardon, Ohio. For those who qualify, second stage events will be held Oct. 11-14 in Albuquerque, N.M., Dothan, Ala., and Valdosta, Ga., followed a week later by second stage events in Murrieta, Calif., and Plantation, Fla. Final stage will be held in Savannah, Ga., Nov. 4-7 … Last week’s GNN Poll asked readers if the golf course where they work/play will be closed for the season a month from now. The majority, or 55 per cent of respondents said no, 29 per cent said yes with 16 per cent saying the weather will decide closing day … This week’s poll asks readers If an employee decided to become a quiet quitter, or somebody who won’t do anything extra at the golf business where they work, should it be grounds for termination? As of this writing, 67 per cent of respondents said yes, with 33 per cent voting no. If you haven’t already, you can cast your vote on the GNN home page.