Farmers Insurance Open (PGA Tour 2020) - Predictions, Picks, and Odds

Farmers Insurance Open Event Information

Points: 500 FedEx Cup points for the champion.

Total prize money: $7.5 million

Winner prize money: $1.350 million

When: from January 23rd to January 26th

Where: Torrey Pines Golf Course in La Quinta, CA

The course: 72-hole, 7,569 yards

How to watch: The Golf Channel, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. ET

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Best Picks for the 2020 Farmers Insurance Open

The Farmers Insurance Open continues the West Coast leg of the PGA Tour.

Torrey Pines Golf Course, which will host the event once again, has already been confirmed as the home for the 2021 US Open.

These are the picks you should consider for this week’s event.

Justin Rose

The defending Farmers Insurance Open champion, Rose has a good shot at adding a second straight title this year.

The Englishman has only played in one event this season, scoring a T28 finish.

Rose had good results last season, scoring three third-place finishes as well as seven top 10 and ten top 25 results.

He also scored a T4 finish in 2017 and a T8 in 2018, which gives him a very good record for the event.

Jason Day

A two-time winner of the event, Day has a good shot at winning a third trophy.

The former world number 1 player also has a T2 finish in the Farmers Insurance Open.

The Australian’s recent results, however, haven’t been exactly great.

Day has a T21 result as his best finish of the 2019-2020 PGA Tour.

He struggled with a lingering back injury for most of 2019, although he did manage to win the MGM Resorts The Challenge: Japan Skins.

If Day manages to reclaim his old form, which led to his second Farmers Insurance Open title in 2018, expect the Australian to be among the contenders.

Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods is an obvious pick for any event, especially after his strong comeback in 2019.

After scoring his first major title since 2009, the all-time legend is definitely one to keep an eye on.

Woods is a seven-time Farmers Insurance Open winner, making him the all-time leader by a comfortable margin.

He won the event five times in six editions between 2003 and 2008.

The 15-time major champion has played in one event this season.

Woods won the ZOZO Championship in October, his 82nd career PGA Tour title.

His other results include a T2 finish in the MGM Resorts The Challenge: Japan Skins and a fourth place in the Hero World Challenge.

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Jon Rahm

Another former Farmers Insurance Open champion, Rahm will be playing in his second event of the season.

The Spaniard player scored a top 10 finish in the Sentry Tournament of Champions.

He also finished as the runner-up in the Hero World Challenge.

Rahm had a very good season in 2018-2019, winning one event while also scoring two more top 3 results, 12 top 10 and 17 top 25 finishes.

He finished third in the US Open, his best career major result.

Rahm is currently ranked as the number 3 player in the world.

Farmers Insurance 2020 Odds – Tournament Winner

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WinnerDraftKings
Rory Mcllroy+660
Jon Rahm+775
Tiger Woods+1100
Xander Schauffele+1650
Hideki Matsuyama+1800
Justin Rose+1800
Rickie Fowler+2000
Tony Finau+2500
Gary Woodland+2500
Collin Morikawa+3500
Patrick Reed+3500
Sungjae Im+3500
Scottie Scheffler+4000
Jason Day+4500

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