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Farmers Insurance Open: Schedule, course, players, how to watch, and more

Torrey Pines plays host to this week's Farmers Insurance Open, where both the North and South courses will be used as Max Homa looks to win this tournament for the second year in a row.

Homa will be hoping for a repeat success after he beat Keegan Bradley by two shots 12 months ago, while favorite Xander Schauffele will be confident of a successful tilt after finishing two shots behind amateur winner Nick Dunlap - who will not compete in this week - in The American Express last week.

Farmers Insurance Open 2024 schedule

The field of 156 players will start play on Wednesday, January 24 at the Farmers Insurance Open and each player will get to play one round at the Torrey Pines North course and another at the South Course.

Following the cut, which will include the top 65 players on the leaderboard and ties, the final two rounds will be played on the South course.

Farmers Insurance Open course

Two courses will be used during the tournament with three of the four rounds taking place on the South course, which is a 7,765-yard, par 72 layout.

The field will also get one opportunity to play the shorter North course, which is also a par 72 but measures 7,258 yards.

The 72-hole record of 266 is jointly held by 1987 winner George Burns with an aggregate of 266 and Tiger Woods, who posted the same total when he won in 1999.

The North course underwent a significant redesign in 2017 and since then Jon Rahm, Ryan Palmer, Alex Smalley and Adam Schenk have posted rounds of 62 on the course.

Woods holds the 18-hole record for the South course with the same score.

Farmers Insurance Open 2024 odds

Xander Schauffele +900

Schauffele has made a solid start to the year with tenth place at the Sentry and third last week at The American Express. He was 13th in this last year and second in 2021, so the Olympic champion should be confident.

Patrick Cantlay +1000

Cantlay had a disappointing Sunday at La Quinta when he closed with a 76 to finish 52nd and he will be hoping to revive his fortune this week. This will be the first time he has played here since missing the cut in 2019 but while he has not won for more than a year, he is still sixth in the world rankings.

Max Homa +1000

Homa won this by two shots last year and started the year with a decent 14th spot at the Sentry, so he will have high hopes of a seventh PGA Tour triumph this week.

Collin Morikawa +1100

The former Open champion was fifth at the Sentry having won the Zozo Championship in the Fall. He was third on his second appearance here last year and could be a force to be reckoned with.

Keegan Bradley +2800

The one-time PGA Championship winner was second last year and has already come close to winning this year after losing a playoff to Grayson Murray at the Sony Open in Hawaii. Last year’s finish was his third top-five in his last six Torrey Pines appearances, so he has to be respected.

How to watch the Farmers Insurance Open

The first two rounds of the Farmers Insurance Open will be on the Golf Channel, while the final two rounds will be on the Golf Channel and CBS

Farmers Insurance Open prize money and purse

1st $1.62m2nd $981,0003rd $621,000
4th $441,0005th $369,0006th $326,500
7th $303,7508th $281,2509th $263,250
10th $245,25011th $227,25012th $209,250
13th $191,25014th $173,25015th $164,250
16th $155,25017th $146,25018th $137,250
19th $128,25020th $119,25021st $110,250
22nd $101,25023rd $94,05024th $86,850
25th $79,65026th $72,45027th $69,750
28th $67,05029th $64,35030th $61,650
31st $58,95032nd $56,25033rd $53,550
34th $51,30035th $49,05036th $46,800
37th $44,55038th $42,75039th $40,950
40th $39,15041st $37,35042nd $35,550
43rd $33,75044th $31,95045th $30,150
46th $28,35047th $26,55048th $25,110
49th $23,85050th $23,13051st $22,590
52nd $22,05053rd $21,69054th $21,330
55th $21,15056th $20,97057th $20,790
58th $20,61059th $20,43060th $20,250
61st $20,07062nd $19,89063rd $19,710
64th $19,53065th $19,350 

Farmers Insurance Open in history

This tournament started life as the San Diego Open in 1952 and began its relationship with its current venue in 1968.

Tiger Woods has a great relationship with Torrey Pines, having won this tournament seven times and also claiming a US Open at the California course when he won a playoff in 2008.

Jon Rahm also won the US Open there when the Spaniard claimed his first Major title in 2021.

The last of Woods’s triumphs came in 2013 and other recent multiple winners include Phil Mickelson, whose last of his three victories came in 2001, while Brandt Snedeker and Jason Day have both won the Farmers twice.

Legends Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus are also on the roll of honor.

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