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Final round
scores from
the Farmers
Insurance Open

SC = South Course
NC = North Course

Marc Leishman (SC) -15
Jon Rahm (SC) -14
Brandt Snedeker (SC) -12
Rory McIlroy (SC) -12
Tom Hoge (SC) -11
Bubba Watson (SC) -10
Patrick Reed (SC) -10
Tony Finau (SC) -10
Max Homa (SC) -9
Patrick Rodgers (SC) -9
Beau Hossler (SC) -9
Charley Hoffman (SC) -9
Tiger Woods (SC) -9
Harry Higgs (SC) -9

Final round
betting odds for
the Farmers
Insurance Open

Jon Rahm 9/10
Ryan Palmer 5/1
Rory Mcilroy 5/1
Cameron Champ 20/1
Patrick Reed 22/1
Tony Finau 22/1
Tiger Woods 25/1
Harry Higgs 30/1
Marc Leishman 30/1
Sung Kang 33/1
Brandt Snedeker 45/1
J.B. Holmes 60/1
Bubba Watson 70/1
Tyler Mccumber 70/1
Sebastian Cappelen 70/1
Tom Hoge 150/1
Zack Sucher 200/1
Jamie Lovemark 200/1
Joaquin Niemann 200/1
Mark Anderson 200/1
Patrick Rodgers 200/1
Sungjae Im 200/1
Cameron Davis 250/1
Vincent Whaley 300/1
Zac Blair 300/1
Keegan Bradley 300/1
Jason Day 300/1
Brandon Wu 300/1
Beau Hossler 400/1
Russell Knox 400/1
Maverick Mcnealy 400/1
Matthew Nesmith 400/1
Kevin Streelman 400/1
Joel Dahmen 400/1
Jimmy Walker 400/1
Jhonattan Vegas 400/1
Jason Kokrak 400/1
Collin Morikawa 500/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the Farmers Insurance Open


Jon Rahm
Jon Rahm
James Kennedy

Justin Rose
Justin Rose

Sung-Jae Im
Sung-Jae Im

Jason Day
Jason Day
PGA of Australia
Lagardere Sports

Billy Horschel
Billy Horschel

Keegan Bradley
Keegan Bradley
Galatians Design

Nick Watney
Nick Watney

The South course at Torrey Pines was designed by William F Bell and opened for play in 1957. Rees Jones was commissioned to undertake a redesign in 2001 so the course would be ready for the 2008 US Open Championship. Who could forget that dramatic Championship which ended with Tiger Woods beating Rocco Mediate on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff (after an 18 hole play off) and with a fractured bone in one leg.

Torrey Pines sits on the coastal cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean in La Jolla south of Torrey Pines State Reserve. Tight fairways, lush rough, pine trees, strategic bunkering and deep ravines are just some of the challenges ahead. Throw in the changing weather conditions, when fog, wind and rain come into play, they can often sweep in on this seaside layout. But you have a course that offers even the best golfers in the world a tough examination of their skills, both physically and mentally. Saying that I have shot a 57 on this course, but then that was on my PSP!

The complex takes its name from the indigenous Torrey Pine which is native to the area. The course is maintained by the City of San Diego and is open to the public and has enjoyed numerous awards, included amongst them is Golf Magazine's "Top 500 Holes in the World", 2000 (Par 4, 12th Hole) and Golf Digest Magazine's "America's 100 Greatest Public Access Golf Courses", 2005-2006.

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My tips to Win:

The first time Jon Rahm 15/2 – with SportingBet – teed it up in this event he won it by three shots firing a final round 65. Jon has played in this event three times now and had a Top 5 last year when he opened up with a 62, but couldn’t take that momentum into the next three days. Rahm has only played once on the PGA Tour this year at the Tournament of Champions making the Top 10, but he finished last year on the European Tour with back-to-back wins taking his home Open and the World Tour Championship titles.

This week’s defending champion is Justin Rose 18/1 – with SportingBet – who didn’t take his place at the Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, so this will be Justin’s first tournament of the year. Rose missed the cut here in his first start and has missed two other cuts since, in fact it is only in recent years that he has started to play well over the Torrey Pines tracks with three Top 10 finishes in his last three starts culminating in that win last year. That shows true determination and he will want to put in a good defence of his title this week.

Yet again I am going to be sticking with Sung-Jae Im 33/1 – with SportingBet – this week and I think from his record you can see why. So far, this wraparound season Sung-Jae has played in eight events and has made the Top 25 in six of them with three Top 10s including a runner-up and another third-place finish. I have stated I feel Im will win this year and in his current run of form I don’t think that’s too far off.

Each-way tips:

Jason Day 40/1 – with SportingBet – is a two-time champion of this event and also has a runner-up finish and two other Top 10s including a fifth-place finish, but Jason did notch up back-to-back missed cuts in between those two wins. It will be interesting to see what Jason Day turns up this week as he started last season in great form with five Top 10s from his first six starts – the other being an eleventh-place finish, but then tailed off. I feel these are good odds for the Australian.

Although he missed the cut at The American Express at the weekend Billy Horschel 70/1 – with UniBet – does have two Top 10s from his six starts so far. Billy is another player that missed the cut when he first teed it up here and it seems unlike Rahm It takes most players a while to understand the subtleties of the Torrey Pines courses, but he does have two Top 10s here including last years eighth place finish and these I feel are great odds for the Floridian.

Outside tip:

Another player with great odds this week is Keegan Bradley 80/1 – with SportingBet – who has started the season with four Top 25 finishes from his seven starts, he does have a couple of Top 15s in there including a twelfth-place finish at the Sony Open which was his last tournament. Keegan has two Top 5s from his last three starts here and could be coming back into form just at the right time.

Longer odds:

Try past champion Nick Watney 150/1 – with BetFred

As always good luck

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