The PGA Tour returns to Torrey Pines - who will win?
Farmers Insurance Open Golf Betting Tips 2021
The PGA Tour returns to Torrey Pines in California this week for the Farmers Insurance Open.
It’s always a huge field and this week is no different with the likes of Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm and Brooks Koepka headlining.
So, who are we backing? Find out below…
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Farmers Insurance Open Golf Betting Tips 2021:
Sungjae Im 4 points each way at 30/1 with Bet365
The Korean is one of golf’s brightest talents and is in a great run of form. He was 36-hole leader last week and has four top-14s in his last six starts including that T2 at Augusta and a T5 at the Tournament of Champions. He is currently at a career-high 17th in the world, evidence of his superb form.
Si Woo Kim 3 points each way at 40/1 with Bet365
I’ve been an admirer of Si Woo Kim ever since he won the 2016 Wyndham Championship at the age of 21, before going on to win the Players Championship less than a year later. When he’s playing well he’s a joy to watch and he’s clearly playing very well right now after his 3rd PGA Tour title last week. Will he go back-to-back? Unlikely, but there’s every chance of an each way finish. Too good to avoid at 40/1.
Ryan Palmer 2 points each way at 60/1 with 888Sport
The American has two top-four finishes in his last three starts so is playing some great golf right now. He has a very decent record at Torrey Pines in recent years and is currently 2nd on tour in birdie average this season so let’s hope he can go low.
Alex Noren 1 point each way at 100/1 with 888Sport
The 10-time European Tour winner and former World No.8 has lost his way a bit since going full-time PGA Tour, however his best result came here in 2018 when he lost in a playoff to Jason Day. Needs a big year to once again make the Ryder Cup side, let’s hope he goes well this week.
Tournament favourite Jon Rahm can be picked up at 7/1 at the venue where he captured his maiden PGA Tour title in 2017.
Rory McIlroy, fresh off of a 3rd in Abu Dhabi, is second-favourite at 15/2.
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