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Who to Follow at the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines

A total of 156 players will tee off at the PGA's Farmers Insurance Open this week at Torrey Pines Golf Course.

Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods, Brandt Snedeker and Bubba Watson will headline the Farmer's Insurance Open at Torrey Pines Golf Course this week. Play starts Monday and runs through the Sunday with the final round.

The list of players includes past champions Ben Crane, John Daly and Nick Watney, and 22 PGA tour winners from 2012 including Keegan Bradley, Bill Haas and Kyle Stanley. Notable local players on the committed players list include Jeff Gove, Charley Hoffman, John Mallinger, Pat Perez, and Scott Piercy.

"The Farmers Insurance Open has once again assembled an incredibly strong, world-class field of leading players and past champions set to compete at Torrey Pines, the most majestic PGA TOUR venue," said Mark Toohey, Senior Vice President of Farmers Insurance in an annoucement.

See a full schedule here.

Committed Players to the 2013 Farmers Insurance Open

(a) Fox, Steven Hahn, James Ogilvy, Geoff Adams, Blake Haley II, Paul Overton, Jeff Allenby, Robert Harman, Brian Owen, Greg Ames Stephen Hearn, David Park, Jin Appleby, Stuart Henry, J.J. Percy, Cameron Baddeley, Aaron Herman, Jim Perez, Pat Bae, Sang-Moon Herron, Tim Piercy, Scott Barnes, Ricky Hicks, Justin Points, D.A. Beljan, Charlie Hoffman, Charley Presnell, Alistair Blixt, Jonas Hoffmann, Morgan Reed, Patrick Bolli, Justin Holmes, J.B. Ridings, Tag Bowditch, Steven  Horschel, Billy Rollins, John Bradley, Keegan  Howell III, Charles Romero, Andres Bradley, Michael Huh, John Senden, John Cabrera, Angel Immelman, Trevor Singh, Vijay Cantlay, Patrick Ishikawa, Ryo Snedeker, Brandt Castro, Roberto Jobe, Brandt Stallings, Scott Cauley, Bud Johnson, Dustin Stanley, Kyle Chalmers, Greg Jones, Matt Steele, Brendan Chappell, Kevin Karlsson, Robert Stefani, Shawn Choi, K.J. Kelly, Jerry Stiles, Darron Cink, Stewart Kelly, Troy Streb, Robert Claxton, Will Klauk, Jeff Stuard, Brian Colsaerts, Nicolas Knost, Colt Summerhays, Daniel Constable, Donald Kohles, Ben Svoboda, Andrew Crane, Ben Kokrak, Jason Teater, Josh Curtis, Ben Kuehne, Hank Thompson, Michael Daly, John LaBelle II, Doug Thompson, Nicholas Day, Jason Laird, Martin Tringale, Cameron de Jonge, Brendon Langley, Scott Van Pelt, Bo DeLaet, Graham LeBrun, Steve Vegas, Jhonattan Driscoll, James Lee, D.H. Villegas, Camilo English, Harris Lee, Richard H. Walker, Jimmy Ernst, Derek Leishman, Marc Watkins, Aaron Every, Matt Leonard, Justin Watney, Nick Fiedler, Jon Letzig, Michael Watson, Bubba Fisher, Ross Lingmerth, David Weekley, Boo Flores, Martin List, Luke Weir, Mike Fowler, Rickie Lynn, David Wi, Charlie Fritsch, Brad Mahan, Hunter Williams, Lee Gainey, Tommy Mallinger, John Wittenberg, Casey Gardiner, Scott Marino, Steve Woodland, Gary Garrigus, Robert Mathis, David Woods, Tiger Gates, Bobby Matteson, Troy Yang, Y.E. Gillis, Tom Meierdierks, Eric Glover, Lucas Merrick, John Gomez, Fabian Mickelson, Phil Gonzales, Andres Molder, Bryce Gove, Jeff Noh, Seung-Yul Guthrie, Luke Norlander, Henrik Haas, Bill O’Hair, Sean
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