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Welcome to’s Tournament's page for the 2016 Farmers Insurance San Diego Open golf tournament!  Formerly the 'San Diego Open' has had many corporate sponsors since it's inception in 1952 and was also associated with a celebrity host in it's storied past - that was then called the Andy Williams San Diego Open. In year's most recently past Tiger Woods would normally debut at this site where he has won 8 times in his career and is the venue of his last major championship in the 2008 US Open. Phil Mickelson also grew up in this area and has had great success here as well. There are 36 holes used here the first two days to determine the cut with the entire field playing once on both the North and South courses. The South being the main venue played 3 times over the four round event. With El Nino there's always a chance of a storm here tournament week in a place that hardly ever sees any bad weather in the winter time. There have been some great champions over the years (those two already forementioned) - who've won the San Diego Open like Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, Tommy Bolt, and more recently Davis Love, Phil Mickelson, and John Daly to name a notable few..
Torrey Pines South Course Slide Show Views:
Links to FI Open Stories Tournament Week:

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From ESPN.Com:      
'Snedeker wins FM San Diego at Torrey Pines:
(Feb. 01, 2016)
From    Video
'2016 FI San Diego Final Results':
(Feb. 01, 2016)
'Torrey Pines South Slide Show (Big Images)':

'Old News Stories Page Tournament Past':