The First Look: Farmers Insurance opens

FEDEX SHIPPING: The winner will receive 500 FedExCup points.

Class: Torrey Pines GC (South), 7,765 yards, par-72. Torrey Pines GC (North), 7,258 yards, par-72.

Players alternate between the Torrey Pines North and South courses for the first two rounds. The final two rounds are played on the South Course.

South: Created by William P. and William F. Bell in 1957, Rees Jones renewed in 2001 and 2019 – saw 80,000 rounds made by 2022.

North: Created by William P. and William F. Bell in 1957, updated by Tom Weiskopf in 2016 – saw 91,000 rounds made by 2022.

HISTORY: The event will be held from Wednesday to Saturday for the second year. This is the only TOUR to end on Saturday … Luke List is looking to become the first back-to-back winner farm since Tiger Woods won four straight at Torey Pines from 2005-2008 … Michael Herrera, grew up watching Farmers Insurance. Opened and said that the victory of Tiger Woods in the 2008 US Open at Torrey Pines was a great inspiration, went to school to play basketball, but as soon as his coach saw his golf skills, he cut off the from the team … Can Jon Rahm continue his great play at Torrey Pines? Besides Rahm’s 2017 win, his last four Farmers finishes are T5-2-T7-T3, in addition to his 2021 US Open title.

72-PIECE RECORD: 266, George Burns (1987), Tiger Woods (1999).

18-PIECE RECORD: North Course record: 61, Mark Brooks (Round 2, 1990), Brandt Snedeker (Round 1, 2007).

Redesigned North Course record: 62, Jon Rahm (Round 1, 2019), Ryan Palmer (Round 2, 2020), Alex Smalley (Round 2, 2022), Adam Schenk (Round 2, 2022)

Southern Conference record: 62, Tiger Woods (Round 3, 1999)

RUNNING TIMES: Luke List had one of the most emotional victories of the 2022 PGA TOUR season – he finally broke through for a TOUR title in his 206th start in 37 years. List, who defeated Will Zalatoris in a playoff, started the day five shots behind the 54-hole leaders (Zalatoris and Jason Day) but shot a final round 66 and waited almost two hours to see or his

the score remains. Zalatori burned the hole with an 8-foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole. Both players, who finished at 15 under, hit their tees. into the farmer’s tee on the first hole, but Lisi’s approach from 131 yards came within a foot of the cup. List kicks in and Zalatori misses, so the veteran wins. Zalatori closed out his final round with 12 consecutive pars. This is the fourth award in 11 years at Torrey Pines. Jon Rahm, Cameron Tringale and Day finished a shot back at 14 under and tied for third, while five players tied for sixth at 13 under.


Television: Wednesday-Thursday, 3pm-7pm ET (Golf Channel), Friday, 3pm-5pm (Golf Channel), 5pm-8pm (CBS). Saturday, 2:30pm-4:30pm (Golf Channel), 4:30pm-8pm (CBS)


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