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Final round
scores from
the Farmers
Insurance Open

SC = South Course
NC = North Course

Patrick Reed (SC) -14
Tony Finau (SC) -9
Henrik Norlander (SC) -9
Ryan Palmer (SC) -9
Xander Schauffele (SC) -9
Viktor Hovland (SC) -9
Will Zalatoris (SC) -8
Lanto Griffin (SC) -8
Jon Rahm (SC) -8
Luke List (SC) -7
Francesco Molinari (SC) -7
Rory Sabbatini (SC) -7
Peter Malnati (SC) -7
Adam Scott (SC) -7
Sam Ryder (SC) -7

Final round
betting odds
the Farmers
Insurance Open

Jon Rahm 10/3
Patrick Reed 18/5
Carlos Ortiz 6/1
Rory McIlroy 8/1
Viktor Hovland 9/1
Adam Scott 10/1
Sam Burns 16/1
Lanto Griffin 20/1
Will Zalatoris 25/1
Xander Schauffele 25/1
Ryan Palmer 30/1
Tony Finau 40/1
Sam Ryder 60/1
Peter Malnati 80/1
Robby Shelton 90/1
Henrik Norlander 100/1
Max Homa 150/1
Sung-Jae Im 250/1
Richy Werenski 250/1
Will Gordon 300/1
Alex Noren 300/1
Cameron Davis 400/1
Adam Hadwin 400/1
Rory Sabbatini 500/1
Byeong Hun An 500/1
Jason Kokrak 500/1
Rickie Fowler 750/1
Ted Potter, Jr. 750/1
Matt Jones 750/1
Dylan Frittelli 750/1
Kyle Stanley 750/1
Luke List 750/1
Lucas Glover 750/1
Wyndham Clark 750/1
Talor Gooch 750/1


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Review & Betting Tips for the Farmers Insurance Open


Jon Rahm
Jon Rahm
James Kennedy

Rory McIlroy
Rory McIlroy
Kevin Murray

Scottie Scheffler
Scottie Scheffler
Korn Ferry Tour

Jason Day
Jason Day
PGA of Australia
Lagardere Sports

Cameron Smith
Cameron Smith
PGA of Australia

Brandt Snedeker
Brandt Snedeker

Tom Hoge
Tom Hoge

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:

No real reason was given for Jon Rahm 7/1 – with WilliamHill – withdrawal from The American Express event last week, there were reports of an injury but this wasn’t elaborated on, hopefully it’s a fully fit Jon Rahm that turns up this week. If that is the case then the 2017 champion and last years runner-up in this event will deserve the bookies making him the favourite.

One player that will be pushing him hard will be Ryder Cup team mate Rory McIlroy 17/2 – with UniBet – who came out of the blocks quickly at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship last week firing an opening round of 64, although he couldn’t quite keep that momentum going and finished in third-place. Rory teed it up in this event for the first time in 2019 and had a Top 5 finish and followed that up last year with a third-place finish so he obviously enjoys this course and will want to get his PGA Tour year off to a winning start.

This will be the first time that Scottie Scheffler 33/1 – with SportingIndex – has teed it up in this event and after missing the cut at the weekends American Express event will be looking to bounce back quickly this week. Scottie finished last season in great form finishing in the Top 5 at the PGA Championship, The Northern Trust and Tour Championship and will be looking to get back into that rhythm of challenging each week again.

Each-way tips:

With two wins and a runner-up finish in this event Jason Day 35/1 – with BetFair – is another player that enjoys teeing it up at Toorey Pines. This will be Jason’s first start of the year and now he is a non-contracted player he has a mixed bag of clubs and is currently playing Mizuno JPX 921 irons, Pings new G425 driver with an Odyssey White hot 2-ball putter and I feel this will only add to the Australians confidence levels this week.

I did state when I tipped Cameron Smith 60/1 – with UniBet – for both Hawaii events I do think this could be a big year for the Australian and he will certainly take a lot of positives from his showings at the Zozo Championship and The Masters at the backend of last year. Cameron does have a couple of Top 20 finishes in this event including a ninth-place finish two years ago when he fired a final round 65.

Longer odds tips:

I am going with two longer odds tips this week and dispensing with the outside tip mainly because Brandt Snedeker 150/1 – with BetFred – has won this event twice and also has two runner-up finishes and Tom Hoge 150/1 – with BetFred – who is also on the same odds and has had twelfth and six place finishes here in the last three years and I feel these are both worth a pound each-way punt at these odds.

As always good luck


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