Tiger Woods is in command of the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines, as he currently holds a solid lead over the rest of the field. While the winner should have been declared Sunday, heavy fog threw off the schedule for this tournament and play will continue Monday. ESPN shared the latest on Tiger's lead on Jan. 27.
Woods has a six-shot lead heading into the final holes that will be played on Monday. Saturday's fog issues pushed much of the play to Sunday, and once the sun set the remaining holes were pushed to Jan. 28. A win Monday would be Tiger's eighth at Torrey Pines, and it's hard to argue that Tiger Woods is in command of this tournament right now. Brandt Snedeker isn't about to throw away his shot to win this one, but it's going to be an uphill battle. Nick Watney is still in the hunt as well, as both he and Snedeker are six shots behind Woods.
Tiger Woods has 11 holes left to play. Watney has completed eight while Snedeker has finished 13 in the final round of play. The Los Angeles Times notes that the Golf Channel will have coverage of Torrey Pines in the morning. Should Woods win this one, as it appears he will, it will give him the most wins by anybody on any course. Tiger also has seven wins at Firestone and Bay Hill. While Sam Snead had eight wins in the Greater Greensboro Open, that was spread over more than one course.
Are you surprised that Tiger Woods is in command of the Farmers Insurance Open? His play Sunday wasn't without its hiccups, but it will be a significant challenge for Watney, Snedeker or anyone else to take over the lead at this point.