PGA Farmers Insurance Open Betting Odds and Predictions

PGA Farmers Insurance Open Betting Odds and Predictions

The pros of the PGA will stay on the west coast this week as they move to San Diego, California for the Farmers Insurance Open. The Farmers Insurance Open is played at Torrey Pines Golf Course in San Diego, California and is known as one of the hardest courses that the pros will play on during the tour.

The tournament is basically split up between 2 courses. The first two days of the tournament, the golfers will play either on the north course or the south course at Torrey Pines. Those that make the cut after the 36 holes will play the remaining two days (36 holes) on the south course.

The south course plays as a Par 72 and is just under 7,700 yards. The course is much tougher than the north course and is also much longer! The north course is also a Par 72 but only measures a tad bit over 7,250 yards.

Naturally, those that are long off the tee are going to have a decisive advantage on the south course, as it measures nearly 7,700 yards. One thing that you can look for as an advantage at Torrey Pines is golfers that start the tournament on Thursday on the south course have won the tournament in each of the last 8 years!

Another aspect of this tournament is the fact that many of the winners are either former winners or those that have gone on to win a major on tour. This tournament seems to require a stronger skill set than course history and therefore, when you are picking your golfers, don’t get locked into course history alone.

A prime example of that is Jason Day. The last 4 times Day has played here at Torrey Pines, he won it 2 times and missed the cut the other 2 times! Jon Rahm won the tournament 2 years ago after never playing at Torrey Pines. This just goes to prove that course history really doesn’t matter much at this course.

Farmers Insurance Open Odds

Jon Rahm +1000
Rory McIlroy +1400
Jason Day +1400
Justin Rose +1400
Tiger Woods +1400
Tony Finau +1800
Xander Schauffele +1800
Marc Leishman +2000
Patrick Cantlay +2200
Rickie Fowler +2500
Charles Howell III +2800
Gary Woodland +2800
Jordan Spieth +2800
Cameron Champ +3500
Cameron Smith +3500
Patrick Reed +3500
Alex Noren +4000
Brandt Snedeker +4000
Abraham Ancer +5000
Emiliano Grillo +5000
Hideki Matsuyama +5000
J.B. Holmes +5000
Keegan Bradley +5000
Sung-Jae Im +5500
Aaron Wise +6600
Billy Horschel +6600
Daniel Berger +6600
Luke List +6600
Branden Grace +7000
Kyle Stanley +7000
Adam Scott +8000
C.T. Pan +8000
Russel Knox +8000
Ryan Palmer +8000
Si-Woo Kim +8000
Beau Hossler +10000
Charl Schwartzel +10000
Dylan Frittelli +10000
Harold Varner +10000
Harris English +10000
Hudson Swafford +10000
J.J. Spaun +10000
Jimmy Walker +10000
Joaquin Niemann +10000
Kevin Tway +10000
Pat Perez +10000
Peter Uihlein +10000
Ryan Moore +10000
Bill Haas +12500
Brian Harman +12500
Danny Willett +12500
Jason Kokrak +12500
Keith Mitchell +12500
Kiradech Aphibarnrat +12500
Martin Laird +12500
Patrick Rodgers +12500
Richy Werenski +12500
Anders Albertson +15000
Braden Thornberry +15000
Brendan Steele +15000
Bud Cauley +15000
Charley Hoffman +15000
Chesson Hadley +15000
Chris Kirk +15000
Danny Lee +15000
Denny McCarthy +15000
Dominic Bozzelli +15000
J.T. Poston +15000
Jhonattan Vegas +15000
Michael Thompson +15000
Nick Watney +15000
Sam Burns +15000
Scott Stallings +15000
Stewart Cink +15000
Sean O’Hair +17500
Adam Long +20000
Brandon Harkins +20000
Brice Garnett +20000
Cameron Davis +20000
Doug Ghim +20000
Joel Dahmen +20000
Kevin Streelman +20000
Roberto Castro +20000
Rory Sabbatini +20000
Sam Ryder +20000
Sung Kang +20000
Talor Gooch +20000
Adam Svensson +25000
Alex Prugh +25000
Bronson Burgoon +25000
Carlos Ortiz +25000
Hunter Mahan +25000
James Hahn +25000
Ollie Schniederjans +25000
Robert Streb +25000
Roger Sloan +25000
Ryan Blaum +25000
Sam Saunders +25000
Viktor Hovland +25000
Adam Schenk +30000
Ben Crane +30000
Brandon Hagy +30000
Jim Knous +30000
John Huh +30000
Jose De Jesus Rodriguez +30000
Kelly Kraft +30000
Kramer Hickok +30000
Matt Jones +30000
Michael Kim +30000
Nick Taylor +30000
Peter Malnati +30000
Satoshi Kodaira +30000
Scott Langley +30000
Sebastian Munoz +30000
Tom Hoge +30000
Alex Cejka +35000
Ben Silverman +35000
Chase Wright +35000
Cody Gribble +35000
Fabian Gomez +35000
Jonas Blixt +35000
Morgan Hoffmann +35000
Scott Brown +35000
Trey Mullinax +35000
Grayson Murray +40000
Jim Herman +40000
Julian Etulain +40000
Mackenzie Hughes +40000
Meen-Whee Kim +40000
Nicholas Lindheim +40000
Nick Hardy +40000
Seamus Power +40000
Shawn Stefani +40000
Stephan Jaeger +40000
Tyler Duncan +40000
Wyndham Clark +40000
Cameron Tringale +50000
Chris Stroud +50000
D.A. Points +50000
John Senden +50000
Josh Teater +50000
Kyle Jones +50000
Kyoung-Hoon Lee +50000
Rod Pampling +50000
Sepp Straka +50000
Seth Reeves +50000
Wes Roach +50000
Hank Lebioda +60000
John Chin +100000
Kenny Pigman +200000

The Favorites

Rory McIlroy 12/1 – Rory is making a conservative effort into playing more tournaments on the PGA Tour this year. This is the first time Rory will be playing at Torrey Pines, but he normally does well on first time courses. His odds are terrible but at 12/1 but I really don’t think you will see him any lower than that at any time this year.

Tony Finau 18/1 – Finau really sets up well for this course. He finished in 4th place here in 2017 and 6th place last year. This course seems to favor golfers that are long off the tee and Finau is #1 in Driving Distance in the PGA.

The Value Guys

Patrick Cantlay 25/1 – It’s hard not to like Cantlay this week, even knowing he finished 51st place in his only time trying the course at Torrey Pines. Cantlay finished in 9th place last week and is playing in his home state of California. At 25/1, he may actually be more of a value guy, but we could have very easily placed him among the favorites of the tournament.

Kyle Stanley 70/1 – Stanley is one of the most accurate golfers on tour, and that will help him drastically with approaching these tough to judge fairways. Stanley has a lot of experience here at Torrey Pines, including a 2nd place finish in 2012.

The Longshots

Harold Varner 100/1 – Varner is extremely overpriced here at 100/1. He doesn’t have the greatest course history but he is playing well right now, and his driving is going to be a huge advantage to him. Varner placed 18th last week at the Desert Classic, which is his 5th straight top 25 finish. Those numbers at 100/1 just are too tempting to pass up!

Dominic Bozzelli 150/1 – If you’re looking for a golfer with extremely inflated odds, look no further than Dominic Bozzelli. Bozzelli has only played here one time, back in 2017, and missed the cut. That being said, he is in really good form, after finishing in 5th place at the Desert Classic last week and 33rd place at the Sony Open.

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The pros of the PGA will stay on the west coast this week as they move to San Diego, California for the Farmers Insurance Open. The Farmers Insurance Open is played at Torrey Pines Golf Course in San Diego, California and is known as one of the hardest courses that the pros will play on during the tour.

The tournament is basically split up between 2 courses. The first two days of the tournament, the golfers will play either on the north course or the south course at Torrey Pines. Those that make the cut after the 36 holes will play the remaining two days (36 holes) on the south course.

The south course plays as a Par 72 and is just under 7,700 yards. The course is much tougher than the north course and is also much longer! The north course is also a Par 72 but only measures a tad bit over 7,250 yards.

Naturally, those that are long off the tee are going to have a decisive advantage on the south course, as it measures nearly 7,700 yards. One thing that you can look for as an advantage at Torrey Pines is golfers that start the tournament on Thursday on the south course have won the tournament in each of the last 8 years!

Another aspect of this tournament is the fact that many of the winners are either former winners or those that have gone on to win a major on tour. This tournament seems to require a stronger skill set than course history and therefore, when you are picking your golfers, don’t get locked into course history alone.

A prime example of that is Jason Day. The last 4 times Day has played here at Torrey Pines, he won it 2 times and missed the cut the other 2 times! Jon Rahm won the tournament 2 years ago after never playing at Torrey Pines. This just goes to prove that course history really doesn’t matter much at this course.

Farmers Insurance Open Odds

Jon Rahm +1000
Rory McIlroy +1400
Jason Day +1400
Justin Rose +1400
Tiger Woods +1400
Tony Finau +1800
Xander Schauffele +1800
Marc Leishman +2000
Patrick Cantlay +2200
Rickie Fowler +2500
Charles Howell III +2800
Gary Woodland +2800
Jordan Spieth +2800
Cameron Champ +3500
Cameron Smith +3500
Patrick Reed +3500
Alex Noren +4000
Brandt Snedeker +4000
Abraham Ancer +5000
Emiliano Grillo +5000
Hideki Matsuyama +5000
J.B. Holmes +5000
Keegan Bradley +5000
Sung-Jae Im +5500
Aaron Wise +6600
Billy Horschel +6600
Daniel Berger +6600
Luke List +6600
Branden Grace +7000
Kyle Stanley +7000
Adam Scott +8000
C.T. Pan +8000
Russel Knox +8000
Ryan Palmer +8000
Si-Woo Kim +8000
Beau Hossler +10000
Charl Schwartzel +10000
Dylan Frittelli +10000
Harold Varner +10000
Harris English +10000
Hudson Swafford +10000
J.J. Spaun +10000
Jimmy Walker +10000
Joaquin Niemann +10000
Kevin Tway +10000
Pat Perez +10000
Peter Uihlein +10000
Ryan Moore +10000
Bill Haas +12500
Brian Harman +12500
Danny Willett +12500
Jason Kokrak +12500
Keith Mitchell +12500
Kiradech Aphibarnrat +12500
Martin Laird +12500
Patrick Rodgers +12500
Richy Werenski +12500
Anders Albertson +15000
Braden Thornberry +15000
Brendan Steele +15000
Bud Cauley +15000
Charley Hoffman +15000
Chesson Hadley +15000
Chris Kirk +15000
Danny Lee +15000
Denny McCarthy +15000
Dominic Bozzelli +15000
J.T. Poston +15000
Jhonattan Vegas +15000
Michael Thompson +15000
Nick Watney +15000
Sam Burns +15000
Scott Stallings +15000
Stewart Cink +15000
Sean O’Hair +17500
Adam Long +20000
Brandon Harkins +20000
Brice Garnett +20000
Cameron Davis +20000
Doug Ghim +20000
Joel Dahmen +20000
Kevin Streelman +20000
Roberto Castro +20000
Rory Sabbatini +20000
Sam Ryder +20000
Sung Kang +20000
Talor Gooch +20000
Adam Svensson +25000
Alex Prugh +25000
Bronson Burgoon +25000
Carlos Ortiz +25000
Hunter Mahan +25000
James Hahn +25000
Ollie Schniederjans +25000
Robert Streb +25000
Roger Sloan +25000
Ryan Blaum +25000
Sam Saunders +25000
Viktor Hovland +25000
Adam Schenk +30000
Ben Crane +30000
Brandon Hagy +30000
Jim Knous +30000
John Huh +30000
Jose De Jesus Rodriguez +30000
Kelly Kraft +30000
Kramer Hickok +30000
Matt Jones +30000
Michael Kim +30000
Nick Taylor +30000
Peter Malnati +30000
Satoshi Kodaira +30000
Scott Langley +30000
Sebastian Munoz +30000
Tom Hoge +30000
Alex Cejka +35000
Ben Silverman +35000
Chase Wright +35000
Cody Gribble +35000
Fabian Gomez +35000
Jonas Blixt +35000
Morgan Hoffmann +35000
Scott Brown +35000
Trey Mullinax +35000
Grayson Murray +40000
Jim Herman +40000
Julian Etulain +40000
Mackenzie Hughes +40000
Meen-Whee Kim +40000
Nicholas Lindheim +40000
Nick Hardy +40000
Seamus Power +40000
Shawn Stefani +40000
Stephan Jaeger +40000
Tyler Duncan +40000
Wyndham Clark +40000
Cameron Tringale +50000
Chris Stroud +50000
D.A. Points +50000
John Senden +50000
Josh Teater +50000
Kyle Jones +50000
Kyoung-Hoon Lee +50000
Rod Pampling +50000
Sepp Straka +50000
Seth Reeves +50000
Wes Roach +50000
Hank Lebioda +60000
John Chin +100000
Kenny Pigman +200000

The Favorites

Rory McIlroy 12/1 – Rory is making a conservative effort into playing more tournaments on the PGA Tour this year. This is the first time Rory will be playing at Torrey Pines, but he normally does well on first time courses. His odds are terrible but at 12/1 but I really don’t think you will see him any lower than that at any time this year.

Tony Finau 18/1 – Finau really sets up well for this course. He finished in 4th place here in 2017 and 6th place last year. This course seems to favor golfers that are long off the tee and Finau is #1 in Driving Distance in the PGA.

The Value Guys

Patrick Cantlay 25/1 – It’s hard not to like Cantlay this week, even knowing he finished 51st place in his only time trying the course at Torrey Pines. Cantlay finished in 9th place last week and is playing in his home state of California. At 25/1, he may actually be more of a value guy, but we could have very easily placed him among the favorites of the tournament.

Kyle Stanley 70/1 – Stanley is one of the most accurate golfers on tour, and that will help him drastically with approaching these tough to judge fairways. Stanley has a lot of experience here at Torrey Pines, including a 2nd place finish in 2012.

The Longshots

Harold Varner 100/1 – Varner is extremely overpriced here at 100/1. He doesn’t have the greatest course history but he is playing well right now, and his driving is going to be a huge advantage to him. Varner placed 18th last week at the Desert Classic, which is his 5th straight top 25 finish. Those numbers at 100/1 just are too tempting to pass up!

Dominic Bozzelli 150/1 – If you’re looking for a golfer with extremely inflated odds, look no further than Dominic Bozzelli. Bozzelli has only played here one time, back in 2017, and missed the cut. That being said, he is in really good form, after finishing in 5th place at the Desert Classic last week and 33rd place at the Sony Open.