2022 Farmers Insurance Open
- January 24-29, 2022
- San Diego, California
- Courses Torrey Pines South (host), Torrey Pines North
- Purse $8.4 million
- Winner $1,512,000 + 500 FedExCup pts.
- 156 players
- 72-hole stroke-play
- Defending champion Patrick Reed
How To Watch The Farmers Insurance Open On TV
R1: Wednesday, January 26, 2022: 12 – 7 on ESPN+; 12:30 – 4:30 GOLF
R2: Thursday, January 27: 12 – 7 on ESPN+; 12:30 – 4:30 GOLF
R3: Friday, January 28: 12 – 8 ESPN+; 3-5 GOLF; 5 – 8 CBS
R4: Saturday, January 29: 12:30 – 8 on ESPN+; 2:30 – 4:30 GOLF; 4:30 – 8 CBS
All times Eastern PM
PGA TOUR LIVE on ESPN+: For the first time, new streaming partner ESPN+ will feature four live feeds per day. More than 4,300 hours of live coverage are scheduled for 2022, more than triple the PGA TOUR LIVE coverage from previous years.
- The PGA TOUR, CBS, Farmers Insurance and the Century Club have shifted to a Saturday final round that will result in a Friday and Saturday evening viewing on the East Coast with finish times of 8 p.m. ET both days on CBS.
- The scheduled Saturday finish is the first on the PGA TOUR since the 1996 Waste Management Phoenix Open, where Phil Mickelson defeated Justin Leonard in a sudden-death playoff
John Rahm Excels At Torrey Pines
- The 2022 Farmers Insurance Open field will be headlined by World No. 1 Jon Rahm.
- When Rahm captured the 2017 Farmers Insurance Open for his first career PGA TOUR title, he became the first player to win his maiden TOUR event at the event since Jay Don Blake in 1991.
- Rahm has had additional success at Torrey Pines, having finished runner-up at the event in 2020, T7 last year (2021) and most recently won the 2021 U.S. Open last summer on the South Course.
Past Champions In The Field
- This week’s field includes nine past champions: Jason Day (2015, 2018), Marc Leishman (2020), Phil Mickelson (1993, 2000, 2001), Jon Rahm (2017), Patrick Reed (2021), Justin Rose (2019), Brandt Snedeker (2012, 2016), Scott Stallings (2014), Nick Watney (2009).
Olympic Gold Medalist Tees It Up
- Golden Boy: Olympic Gold Medalist and San Diego native Xander Schauffele finished T2 at the 2021 Farmers Insurance Open, his best finish in six starts and just the second time he made the cut at the event.
- The San Diego State University standout joins Jon Rahm as the only other player in the field this week that earned top-10 finishes at both the 2021 Farmers Insurance Open and 2021 U.S. Open.
|Player||2021 Farmers Insurance Open||2021 U.S. Open|
Torrey Is A Tough Test
- Each of the last three winners of the Farmers Insurance Open have opened the event on the North Course (Patrick Reed/2021, Marc Leishman/2020, Justin Rose/2019).
- The Torrey Pines South Course ranked the fourth toughest course last season with the Average Score to Par: +1.340.
- Since 2012, there have been seven aces on the South Course during the Farmers Insurance Open, with the last two holes-in-one coming from the same player; Richy Werenski recorded an ace at No. 8 during the 2020 final round and No. 3 in the first round of 2021. Out of the 24 holes-in-one at the event, Werenski marks the only player with multiple aces.
- No. 22 FedExCup
- No. 1 OWGR
- 35th week as World No. 1, ranks 12th-most all-time
- Earned first of six TOUR victories at the event in 2017
- Won the 2021 U.S. Open on the South Course
- No. 213 FedExCup
- No. 4 OWGR
- Making second start of the 2021-22 season and first of the year
- Holds one top-10 in nine event starts (T3/2011)
- Seeks 15th-consecutive season with a win (TOUR-best active streak)
- No. 26 FedExCup
- No. 6 OWGR
- Leads the TOUR in Birdie Average at 6.83
- First appearance in Farmers Insurance Open since 2015
- Making third tournament start (T10/2014, MC/2015)
- No. 1 FedExCup
- No. 10 OWGR
- Making ninth tournament start (best: T3/2019)
- Lone multiple winner of the 2021-22 Season
- Has posted a career-best 13 consecutive rounds in the 60s (TOUR-best active streak)
- No. 167 FedExCup
- No. 38 OWGR
- San Diego resident and reigning PGA Championship winner
- Three-time winner of the event (1993, 2000, 2001)
- One of three players with 10 or more top-10s in the event (10)
Strength of Field
|Top 30 FedExCup||21||Hideki Matsuyama (1) highest ranked|
|Top 125 FedExCup||87|
|Top 50 OWGR||25||John Rahm (1) highest ranked|
|Top 100 OWGR||48|
|PGA TOUR Winners||84||Phil Mickelson (45) most|
|Past Champions||9||Patrick Reed defending; most recent|
|FedExCup Champions||7||Dustin Johnson most recent (2020)|
|PLAYERS Champions||5||Justin Thomas most recent (2021)|
|Major Winners||6||Phil Mickelson (6) most|
Tournament Scoring Records
|Low 18-hole score||61||2 players; most recent: Brandt Snedeker||2007 (r1)|
|Low 36-hole score||129||3 players; most recent: Justin Rose||2019|
|Low 54-hole score||198||4 players; most recent: Justin Rose||2019|
|Low 72-hole score||266||2 players; most recent: Tiger Woods||1999|
|Holes In One||24||Most Recent: Richy Werenski||2021 (r1;#3)|
|Largest 18 Hole Leads||3||2 players; most recent: Camilo Villegas||2009|
|Largest 36 Hole Lead||4||3 players; most recent: Tiger Woods||2008|
|Largest 54 Hole Lead||8||Tiger Woods||2008|
|Largest margin of victory||8||Tiger Woods||2008|
|Best come from behind win||8||Scott Simpson||1998|
|Playoffs||17||Most recent: Jason Day def. Alex Noren, Ryan Palmer||2018|
|Wire To Wire Winners||3||Most Recent: Tommy Bolt||1955|