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Farmers Insurance Open Tickets - Overview
The Farmers Insurance Open is a Professional Golf Association Tour (PGA) tournament that is played at Torrey Pines Golf Course in La Jolla, CA, a seaside town within San Diego. The course is a Par 72 and runs 7,569 yards on Torrey Pines-South and 6,874 yards on Torrey Pines-North. The Farmers Insurance Open is played in January. The first 36 holes are played on the North Course and the final 36 are played on the South Course.
Farmers Insurance Open Tickets - History
The Farmers Insurance Open began in 1952 at the San Diego Country Club in Chula Vista CA. The tournament moved from Santa Fe, CA; back to San Diego and to El Cajon, CA until it found a permanent home in La Jolla, a suburb of San Diego in 1968.Farmers Insurance became the main tournament sponsor in 2010; it was called the Buick Invitational from 1996 to 2009.
Farmers Insurance Open Tickets - Winners
Bubba Watson finished 16 strokes under par to win the Farmers Insurance Open in 2011.Tiger Woods has won the tournament the most with six victories, which include four consecutive wins from 2005 to 2008. Phil Mickelson has won the Farmers Insurance Open three times; Mickelson won it back-to-back years in 2000 and 2001.
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