From January 24-26 at Torrey Pines (North) in San Diego, California, Carl Yuan will be one of the many golfers teeing off at the Farmers Insurance Open.
With Yuan teeing off this week, there are a bevy of different betting markets available for you to put money on him.
Farmers Insurance Open details and info
- Date: January 24-26, 2024
- Course: Torrey Pines (North)
- Location: San Diego, California
- Previous Winner: Max Homa
How to watch the Farmers Insurance Open
- Wednesday: Golf Channel
- Thursday: Golf Channel
- Friday: CBS, Golf Channel
- Saturday: CBS, Golf Channel
- Sunday: Golf Channel
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Yuan odds to win the Farmers Insurance Open
Odds for the Farmers Insurance Open are available, and Yuan is listed at +25000. That means betting $10 on Yuan would give you $2510.00.
Yuan odds to finish in the top 5 at the Farmers Insurance Open
Odds for the Farmers Insurance Open are available, and Yuan listed at +4000 to at least finish in the top five. That means wagering $10 on Yuan would give you $410.00.
Yuan odds to finish in the top 10 at the Farmers Insurance Open
The current odds on Yuan to finish top-10 at the Farmers Insurance Open are +1600. If you elected to bet $10 on Yuan, you’d wind up with $170.00 were he to finish that high up the leaderboard.
Other betting markets for Yuan at the Farmers Insurance Open
Bookmakers offer lots more betting opportunities for every golf tournament, including picking who will lead after the first round, or whether a player makes the cut or misses it. Bookmakers also offer odds on one-on-one matchups and 3-ball matchups (three players grouped together, teeing off at the same time) for every golf tournament. Just select who you think will perform the best on the day; that’s all that matters.
Yuan recent performances
Over the last year, Yuan played 23 tournaments, earning one top-five finish and collecting two finishes in the top 10. Yuan has finished in the top five once in his past four tournaments.
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