Farmers Insurance has extended its title sponsorship of the PGA Tour event at Torrey Pines for another seven years.
The insurance company has been the title sponsor of the event since 2010 when it took over from Buick and the new Farmers Insurance contract running until 2026.
“Farmers Insurance has been incredibly supportive of the tournament and the Century Club’s charitable initiatives since first committing to become the title sponsor in 2010,” PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan said.
“We are extremely grateful for the strong support of Farmers and its active role as title sponsor, and we are excited by the commitment Farmers has made to continue sponsorship of the Farmers Insurance Open for an additional seven years.”
In partnership with Farmers, the Century Club – the tournament’s host organisation – has contributed more than US$20million to deserving organisations benefiting at-risk youth since 2010.
Tiger Woods, a seven-time winner at Torrey Pines, makes his PGA Tour comeback at the tournament when it starts on Thursday following Wednesday’s Pro-Am.