While not listed as one of the year's 'Signature Events' on the PGA Tour, there is no denying the stature of the Farmers Insurance Open as one of the marquee events on the golfing calendar.
The iconic Torrey Pines with its beautiful scenic views throughout is undoubtedly on the list of must-visit locales for any golf fan. Host of two memorable U.S. Opens, including Jon Rahm's first major triumph and Tiger Woods' epic victory in 2008, Torrey Pines' mammoth South Course continues to provide all challengers with one of the sternest examinations year after year.
The South Course at Torrey will predominantly feature over the next four days with the iconic layout hosting three of the 2024 Farmers Insurance Open's four rounds. The field of 156 competitors who have made the journey to the beautiful San Diego area will take on Torrey Pines' North Course on either Wednesday or Thursday and the South on the remaining three days.
It's an event that any fan would love to take in live, but exactly how much would it set you back to see some of the game's best players in action this week? Let's take a look.
Farmers Insurance Open Ticket Prices: How much does it cost to attend Torrey Pines in 2024?
You can watch some of the best players in the world, including Xander Schauffele, Patrick Cantlay, Collin Morikawa, Max Homa, and others in person for anywhere between $75 and $90 on Wednesday and Thursday with Farmers Insurance Open general tournament grounds tickets.
The rest of the week, the cheapest tickets on Ticketmaster, the ticket provider for the 2024 Farmers Insurance Open, can be found for $100 on Friday and for $120 on Championship Saturday.
There are also VIP-type packages, including the 'ULTRA PASS' that includes access to shared hospitality areas, all-inclusive beverages, etc, available from anywhere between $210 to north of $285 per day.
You can also find cheaper tickets to the Farmers Insurance Open on the StubHub market for as little as $67 on Wednesday, and around $85 on Saturday for general admission.
All things considered, that's not too bad to see some of the best players in the world in action at one of the sport's most iconic venues.