Price’s 2024 Farmers Insurance Daily Fantasy Plays

Price’s 2024 Farmers Insurance DFS Breakdown

This week we will get a tournament where hopefully the winner is not flirting with 30 under par here at The Farmers. This tourney starts a day earlier because the PGA does not want to compete with the NFL on championship Sunday. They will play one round at each the North and South course the first two rounds, before they finish the last two days on the South course. The North plays easier for showdown purposes. It has been raining a lot out there leading up to this, but should be perfect weather for the tournament. The California narrative is real, as most of the winners the last decade have ties to having lived out there or had wins out there before. I love this tourney, I have my second and third biggest week long hits ever for the Farmers and look forward to another big week.  All prices listed are for DraftKings.


  • Schauffele – He had a great finish last week, hometown narrative, is not priced too high to fade, but will be very popular. Is elite OTT, with long iron proximity and avoiding bogeys.
  • Morikawa – Has not finished worse than seventh in his last three starts on tour and finished third here last year. Elite play always in California, where he is from. 
  • Homa – The Cali kid himself, defending champ, always shows out on the west coast. Love him at tough courses. 
  • Sungjae – Sungjae has been elite here, with back to back top 6 finishes and five made cuts in a row here. 
  • Aberg – The rookie is making his debut. His style of play will have him competing at every tournament, as he is long and accurate off the tee and hits the green in regulation at nearly an 80% clip.
  • Finau – Finau has mediocre form coming in, but has traditionally been elite at Torrey Pines. Has one missed cut in the last five years here, with three top 9’s and a 13th mixed in.
  • Min Woo Lee – Making his debut here, he is an absolute stud and has won multiple times on the Euro tour while also having good showings in majors.


  • Bradley – Four straight made cuts here, took a week off after fumbling the win at The Sony, and I like Keegan a lot this week to have another strong showing at a tough course.
  • Theegala – The Cali native got his first win off his back in the fall in California, and is 2/2 making the cut here with a 25th and then a fourth place finish last year. 
  • Matsuyama – Mats has shown decent form to start the year, and has made five cuts in a row here with a ninth place finish last year. 
  • Rose – Rose is someone I like to play at courses he historically does well at, and this is one of them. He has made three of the last four cuts here with two top 6’s, including a win.
  • Bezuidenhout – Bez was lights out last week, and is 1/1 making the cut here. If his momentum from The Amex carries over, he will have another big week. 
  • List – This is a List course, multiple top 10’s, including a win here two years ago.
  • Griffin – Ben has been awesome the last couple weeks, and rolls in here rating great again. He made the cut last year in his debut. 
  • Rodgers – Another Cali guy who rates out well. He has alternated years of missing the cut, then playing decent here, and he missed the cut last year. More of a big field GPP play.
  • Hisatsune – This guy is going to continue to make us a bunch of money until they price him up. He is a plug-and-play for me until he is in the high $8K range.
  • Bhatia – Missed the cut on the number last week after a great first couple weeks in Hawaii. He rates great, making his debut, but the dude can flat out play.


  • Horschel – This is kind of a scary play, but Horschel has turned his game around from how bad he got last season and has a good history here, including two top 11’s in his last four times out here. 
  • Pendrith – He broke my heart last week, but he is long off the tee, which really helps here, and is 2/2 making the cut at this event. The MC last week should lower ownership. He rates out elite in the stats I am looking at this week. 
  • Spaun – He has alternated missing the cut and finishing top 35 the last five years, so while he rates solid in stats, I will be superstitious in the fact that it’s an even year for him to make a top 35 again. 
  • Bjork – Loved playing him every single week on the Euro tour as he made tons of cuts and had a higher than 50% T10 rate over there, had a great showing last week and is making his debut here. 
  • Pavon – Pavon has been elite to start the year for a cheap plug-and-play guy to make cuts and get you points. Rates 12th in stats, but they are limited because he was mostly Euro Tour leading up to this calendar year. 
  • Kohles – I’m going to keep playing him because he makes cuts and birdies.
  • Michael Kim – Has made the cut his last two tries here, went to HS in the area and has really played good golf the last eight months or so, including a great finish last week.
  • Tosti – This will be a tough golf course for him, but he has the talent, it just all comes down to him keeping his cool. 
  • Bridgeman – I have been on him the last two weeks, he missed the cut on the number two weeks ago and then last week finished 39th. He was a cut maker on the KFT, and is priced so cheaply that if he makes the cut, you’re golden here.
  • Phillips – He is dirt cheap, has made his last two cuts on tour in a row, including a 25th last week, so we hope he makes the cut and lets you play a stud who goes off.

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