Woods has not played a full tournament since missing the cut at the 2017 Farmers Insurance Open
Vegas loses a little faith in Woods' pull after Torrey Pines
Rahm is a threat off the tee, Charles Howell gets that money and Tiger Woods is a long way away
Jon Rahm will be hard-pressed to enjoy a 72nd-hole moment better than the one he had on Sunday to clinch his first PGA Tour win. The 22-year-old Spaniard sank a 60-foot eagle bid on the final hole at Torrey Pines’ South Course, capping off a final-nine 30 and a closing 65 to notch a three-shot win at the Farmers Insurance Open. Show More Summary
Tiger Woods’ return to the PGA Tour at the Farmers Insurance Open didn’t go spectacularly well, but it wasn’t a total (...)
Jon Rahm celebrates as he secures his first PGA Tour win. (Getty Images) Jon Rahm will be hard-pressed to enjoy a 72nd-hole moment better than the one he had on Sunday to clinch his first PGA Tour win. The 22-year-old Spaniard sank a...Show More Summary
Rahm became the youngest winner of the Farmers Insurance Open with a three-stroke victory over Charles Howell III and Cheng Tsung Pan.
There was a lot going on here. The great Tiger Woods didn’t play well enough to make the cut at the Farmers Insurance Open, but there was still plenty of excitement and it didn’t involve any golfers. On Saturday, a random fan random out onto the golf course and removed some items as he got […]
Rahm's 13-under was the best in a field full of major champions.
On a day when nine players held or shared the lead at the Farmers Insurance Open, it was going to take something special for someone to break out of the pack. Something like an eagle … or two. Jon Rahm, a 22-year-old rookie from Arizona State via Spain, rolled in an eagle putt at 13 to tie for...
Jon Rahm won his first PGA Tour event at the Farmers Insurance Open in a spectacular finish. Rahm, who turned pro last year and had shown (...)
Jan 29 (Reuters) - Jon Rahm joined an elite group of Spanish champions on the PGA Tour when he eagled two of the final six holes to win the Farmers Insurance Open by three strokes outside San Diego on Sunday.
Spain's John Rahm wins the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines by three shots to claim his maiden PGA Tour title.
Jon Rahm is a future superstar with an intoxicating game that was on full display at the end of the Farmers Insurance Open. The week started with hype and anticipation for Tiger Woods’ return to the PGA Tour. It ended with a young Spanish star getting his first pro win in dramatic fashion. Show More Summary
This amazing eagle by Rahm won him his first PGA Tour event
A Torrey Pines patron at the Farmers Insurance Open goes for a dip. By far the greatest thing I saw yesterday. pic.twitter.com/WXDjRs9ZN1 — Harold Varner III (@HV3_Golf) January 28, 2017 The Farmers Insurance Open took a bit of a gloomy turn this week when Tiger Woods, along with a host of other headline stars, missed the cut at Torrey Pines. Show More Summary
Torrey Pines is one of the most beautiful courses on earth. Here’s how to watch Sunday’s final round in San Diego. The Farmers Insurance Open lost a little — ok, a lot — of juice on Friday afternoon when the cut was made. We lost Tiger Woods, who was a good four shots short off the cut line in his first PGA Tour event in more than 500 days. Show More Summary
Hello, friends. Let’s watch golf instead of football on Sunday. The start of the PGA Tour season may be overlooked as the rest of the country follows the conclusion of college football and the NFL playoffs. The first couple of months of the year are not the peak of the season, and the stakes aren’t the highest. Show More Summary
The final round of the Farmers features a contrast of styles between its two leaders. The PGA Tour gets its first reprieve from the NFL in a long time on Sunday at the Farmers Insurance Open. Football, of course, overwhelms just about...Show More Summary