SAN DIEGO (November 30, 2020) The Century Club of San Diego, the nonprofit organization that operates San Diego’s PGA TOUR event, the Farmers Insurance Open®, announced today the tournament will be held at Torrey Pines Golf Course January 25-31. Due to the ongoing pandemic, spectators will not be permitted on site for the 2021 competition.

“We recognize that COVID-19 requires dramatic modifications to the operations of our annual event,” said Century Club CEO Marty Gorsich. “We have been working closely with the PGA TOUR as well as the County and City of San Diego in our planning. The safety and well-being of everyone affiliated with the Farmers Insurance Open® and our community remains our top priority. While we will certainly miss the energy our fans bring to Torrey, we remain focused on delivering a PGA TOUR competition that showcases the best players in the game set against the backdrop of one of the most storied courses in the world.

“We are grateful for the support from the entire San Diego community throughout the years. Our team is ready and fully committed to continue providing a first-class tournament to benefit our charity partners and showcase the City of San Diego to a national and international broadcast audience.”

The tournament, which is a part of the PGA TOUR’s West Coast Swing, is televised annually on the Golf Channel and CBS. Additionally, fans are encouraged to follow the tournament’s social media accounts throughout the tournament for up-to-date information and behind-the-scenes content.


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