- The Farmers Insurance Open had a purse of $8.7 million.
- The winner's share was $1,566,000.
- Max Homa won the tournament.
It was another non-traditional week of golf betting on the PGA Tour, as the Farmers Insurance Open was played Wednesday-Saturday (Jan. 25-28), so it didn’t go head-to-head with the AFC and NFC Championship games on Sunday.
The tournament was contested on Torrey Pines’ North and South Courses in San Diego, California. After players alternated between the North and South courses for the first two rounds, the final two rounds were on the South Course. The South Course also hosted the 2021 U.S. Open.
Jon Rahm headlined the field, as he entered the week a winner in his previous two starts, including The American Express the week prior. Rahm also won the 2021 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines and the 2017 edition of this event.
Max Homa came away victorious as his dominance in the state of California continued.
He finished 13-under, two shots ahead of Keegan Bradley. Homa was exceptional in the final round, shooting a 6-under 66. This was Homa’s sixth career PGA Tour win, with four coming in his home state of California.
The tournament had a purse of $8.7 million.
How Much Does the Winner of the Farmers Insurance Open Make?
Max Homa’s winner’s share for the Farmers Insurance Open was $1,566,000.
Farmers Insurance Open: Winner’s Payout, Prize Money Earnings
|T25||Si Woo Kim||-1||$66,845|
|T62||Paul Haley II||+6||$18,879|
|T62||Byeong Hun An||+6||$18,879|
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