2017 Farmers Insurance Open fantasy golf rankings, betting picks and tips
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2017 Farmers Insurance Open fantasy golf rankings, betting picks and tips


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The PGA Tour heads into San Diego for what has become the unofficial start to the PGA Tour calendar, with Torrey Pines again hosting the Farmers Insurance Open. A slew of top-50 players are in the field, including Tiger Woods, who makes his first official PGA Tour start since August 2015.

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2017 Farmers Insurance Open rankings: Top 10 picks

1. Brandt Snedeker - Your 2021 U.S. Open champion LOVES this place. He's the defending champion and is one of a handful of guys in the field with a stud record.

2. Dustin Johnson - DJ could be jet-lagged after finishing T-2 in Abu Dhabi. He doesn't have a swell record here. But he's healthy and we've seen a good finish of late. This guy is a top-10 machine.

3. Jason Day - The world No. 1 could have been No. 1-4 on our list this week. He's in at No. 3 despite a great record because we just don't know where his health is at this point.

4. Jimmy Walker - Jimmy Walker has been somewhat quietly playing good golf since winning the PGA Championship. He shocked with a MC at the Sony Open; don't expect that here.

5. Hideki Matsuyama - OK, not the best record at Torrey Pines, and we may be riding a down wave here with Hideki. However, it's hard to ignore his ballstriking when the rough is expected to be so thick.

6. Justin Rose - Rose came out of the gate really well, with a nice effort in the Sony Open in Hawaii add.

7. Phil Mickelson - Mickelson is a bit of a gamble, of course, but this is his hometown event. He demonstrated an improving game each day in the California desert.

8. Charles Howell III - Is it a PGA Tour event in California? Oh yes? Pick CH3. He's on fire.

9. Rickie Fowler - A T-36 in Abu Dhabi isn't inspiring, but he's a California kid with a game that can do well on these two courses.

10. Martin Laird - This is a gamble play, and there are considerably better players in the field. However, he's playing well of late and has a modest track record at Torrey Pines. Hard to ignore the combo.

My DraftKings lineup for this week:

  1. Brandt Snedeker - $9,500
  2. Jimmy Walker - $9,400
  3. Jon Rahm - $9,200
  4. Charles Howell III - $7,300
  5. Aaron Baddeley - $6,900
  6. Scott Stallings - $6,800

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