When: January 25-28, 2018
Where: Torrey Pines Golf Club, San Diego, California
Format: 72 holes - Stroke Play
Defending Champion: Jon Rahm
TV Coverage: CBS and GOLF Channel
The Farmers Insurance Open gets underway January 25-28, 2018 and will attract a star studded field. The event started in 1953 and has had several sponsor’s along the way. The tournament was noted for having Andy Williams as tournament host from 1968-1988. Shearson Lehman Brothers became the title sponsor in 1986, replaced by Buick in 1992 and the current sponsor, Farmers Insurance took the reigns in 2010.
Torrey Pines Golf Course is the host venue and has been since 1968. Two courses are used, the North and South, with the South being used on the weekend.
Last year, young Jon Rahm holed an eagle putt on the last hole to seal his first career win on the PGA Tour and beat Charles Howell III and C.T. Pan by three strokes.
This year’s betting field will be stacked, headlined by the return of Tiger Woods. Rickie Fowler and Phil Mickelson are regulars at the event and will be joined by Dustin Johnson, Jason Day and many other greats of the game.
The rich history of the event has produced some legendary champions. Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson, Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods have all won the tournament.
What is now known as the Waste Management Phoenix Open at the TPC Scottsdale in Scottsdale, Arizona will be the next golf event on the PGA Tour calendar after the Farmers Insurance Open.
Preview: The PGA Tour’s west Coast Swing continues this week in San Diego, California at the Farmers Insurance Open where Jon Rahm defends. Joining Rahm are Jason Day, Phil Mickelson, Justin Rose and Brian Harman. In all, four of the top ten and 11 of the top 25 in the world rankings are scheduled to peg it up. Continue...
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As well, view the latest PGA match odds, this January for the Farmers Insurance Open that is hosted at the legendary Torrey Pines Golf Course. located in the scenic coastal town of La Jolla, San Diego, California.
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All PGA Tour players will play one round each on Torrey Pines’ North and South golf courses on Thursday and Friday. The low 70 scores from the field of 156 players will play their final rounds on Saturday and Sunday on the South Course for a reason.
The North Course at Torrey Pines has been the simpler golf course to score compared to the South Course. Tiger Woods is the leading lifetime money winner in this PGA Golf Tournament with over $5.7 Million, and Phil Mickelson is second earning over $3 Million playing here.
PGA Tour events in San Diego will mark their 61st year of holding a PGA event here starting in 1962 with the San Diego Open. This tournament was known as The Buick Invitational from 1989 until 2009 when it became the Farmers Insurance Open.
Torrey Pines Golf Course will host tournament number 46 at the North and South courses with Farmers Insurance being the main sponsor of the tournament for the fourth year generating more than $2 Million for charity just in 2012. Tiger Woods golf odds should make him the favorite sports betting pick to win at BookMaker Sportsbook in 2013.
Spain's Jon Rahm won the Farmers Insurance Open to claim his maiden PGA Tour title at just the 12th attempt.
The 22-year-old sunk a 60ft-putt for an eagle on the 18th, as he became the youngest ever winner of the tournament at Torrey Pines in San Diego.
The world number 137 also had an eagle on the 13th to card a seven-under-par 65 and finish on 13 under, with American Charles Howell and Chinese Taipei's Pan Cheng-tsung on 10 under.
The Olympic champion had led at the halfway stage of the tournament and carded a two-under 70 to finish on nine under and tie with Americans Keegan Bradley and Pat Perez.
Rahm turned professional just seven months ago and the victory guarantees him entry to this year's biggest tournaments.
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