Your California Bucket List: Essential adventures and experiences in the Golden State Feb. 23, 2017, 6 a.m. (Al Seib, Brian van der Brug, Rick Loomis, Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times) Here's our growing guide to essential California adventures, easy to edgy. We'll be adding to it daily all...
Tiger’s highly anticipated comeback has vanished into dust in a hurry. Tiger Woods will not receive a golf watch for his 20-plus years on the job. He won’t be making a David Ortiz-like farewell tour of Torrey Pines, Bay Hill, or Augusta,...Show More Summary
Three of the top six players in the world are in action this week at scenic Pebble
Your browser does not support iframes. Kicking off the second of a planned four events in a five-week stretch, Tiger Woods posted a score one stroke worse than how he opened his 2017 campaign at Torrey Pines. Woods shot a 5-over, birdie-free...Show More Summary
Vegas loses a little faith in Woods' pull after Torrey Pines
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 (...)
While Tiger Woods flew home, three former World Amateur No. 1s, all 25 or younger, sat atop the leaderboard at Torrey Pines on Sunday. It’s representative of the problem he’s, oddly enough, created for himself now. An uninspiring performance...Show More Summary
Tiger Woods returned to Torrey Pines after a seventeen-month hiatus. Woods has won on this golf course an astounding eight times, so this seemed to be as good a course as any to kick off his return."We all know I haven't played s full...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.
Joins elite group of Spanish champions on PGA Tour (Adds details, quotes)
Spain's John Rahm wins the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines by three shots to claim his maiden PGA Tour title.
Jon Rahm of Spain added his name to the burgeoning list of young stars Sunday with his big game and big finish at Torrey Pines
This fan really, really wanted to take a dip in the water at Torrey Pines
This weekend’s tournament at Torrey Pines brought us a lovely variation of Idiot On The Field—an Idiot On The Golf Course. And one who cares more about his shoes than he cares about himself, at that, as he took care to remove them and set them aside for safekeeping before jumping in a water hazard to evade security. Read more...
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
Stewart Cink is in contention at Torrey Pines. (Getty Images) Stewart Cink doesn’t play on the PGA Tour these days unless his wife, Lisa, who has been battling Stage 4 breast cancer since last April, is feeling well enough to join him. Show More Summary
A strong performance on Sunday will give Snedeker consecutive wins at the San Diego course.