Player made case with great golf and benefited from the luck of the draw at Torrey Pines.
For Brandt Snedeker, a case of great golf and the luck of the draw at Torrey Pines
The Torrey Pines golf courses suffered significant damage in the Sunday night storm that blew through San Diego County. City golf manager Mark Marney estimated Monday that there were as many as 20 trees felled on the North and South courses, most of them eucalyptuses, though Marney said at least...
Brandt Snedeker is the 2016 Farmers Insurance Open champion after a stormy weekend at Torrey Pines. Brandt posted a final round of 69 on Sunday on a day that conditions were ridiculously tough. Play was suspended and players were brought back Monday to finish. Show More Summary
Snedeker finished with a six-under-par 282 at the Farmers Insurance Open after winds toppled trees on the South Course and played havoc with scores.
There was no chance Brandt Snedeker was going to lounge in a comfy chair in a hotel room Monday and watch the resumed final round of the Farmers Insurance Open unfold. In a library of the Lodge at Torrey Pines, Snedeker fidgeted and circled the room. His caddie, Scott Vail, tried to get him to...
Brandt Snedeker won with an astonishing round while a violent wind storm ripped up Torrey Pines and destroyed everyone else's scorecard. The weather over the last 48 hours at Torrey Pines presented some all-time brutal scoring conditions that will be remembered for a long time. Show More Summary
Brandt Snedeker wins the delayed Farmers Insurance Open as his overnight score proves good enough at Torrey Pines.
Miserable weather descended on Torrey Pines on Sunday, turning course into soggy mosh pit
Snedeker did not hit shot Monday during tournament delayed by bad weather at Torrey Pines.
Brandt Snedeker wound up winning the Farmers Insurance Open on Monday without hitting a shot.
Brandt Snedeker didn't have to hit a shot on Monday and won the Famers Insurance Open
Brandt Snedeker never stepped on Torrey Pines' South Course in Monday's conclusion of the Farmers Insurance Open. And he won. Snedeker, who polished off an incredible 3-under 69 amid delays and nearly unplayable conditions on Sunday,...Show More Summary
One way to make the PGA Tour more entertaining is more beeffffs. Graham DeLaet did his part on Twitter after his playing partner, Patrick Reed, withdrew at Torrey Pines. The PGA Tour is probably not happy, and even if they were, they would never admit it. Show More Summary
THEY COULDN'T FINISH THE FARMERS Insurance Open at Torrey Pines yesterday because the weather showed up and battered the field. The players who finished their final rounds averaged higher than 78.Meanwhile, Brandt Snedeker put together a 69 in the wet and windy (up to 40 m.p.h.) conditions. Show More Summary
Sunday at Torrey Pines delivered some of the wildest and toughest playing conditions ever on the PGA Tour. Finishing on time was impossible and it doesn't look like it will get much easier on Monday. We could not get through the first month of the year without needing a Monday finish on the PGA Tour. Show More Summary
Brandt Snedeker heard the quick blast of the horn and interrupted himself mid-sentence. "Oh, I don't want to hear that," he told reporters at the Farmers Insurance Open as a steady rain fell Sunday. Snedeker had just shot a three-under 69 on the Torrey Pines South Course, completing one of the...
Brandt Snedeker is sittin' pretty. And dry. And warm. Snedeker shot an incredible 3-under 69 in 40-plus mph wind gusts and driving rains on Sunday to close out his Farmers Insurance Open on the South Course at Torrey Pines, leaving him...Show More Summary
The Farmers Insurance Open will be decided on Monday after fierce winds and driving rains forced several delays in the scheduled Sunday final round. Play resumes at 8 a.m. Pacific time on Torrey Pines' South Course, which was playing...Show More Summary