The Farmers Insurance Open sees the first start in 2011 for Tiger Woods and on a course where he defied medical logic to win the 2008 US Open and where he won this event 6 times, including 4 in a row, from 2005. It is easy to understand why he is a short price favourite here; 11/4 best price with Bet365. Tiger should go well but those tempted to oppose him should look to William Hill who offer 3/1 on him finishing outside top 10.
Justin Rose looks a big price here at 40/1 (Boylesports) while former US Open champion Lucas Glover is a huge price at 75/1 (Paddy Power) and John Rollins at 125/1 with , runner up here in 2009, is also over the odds for a player with decent course form.
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