Prior to the start of the event, Willy Wilcox has removed himself from the field at this week's Farmers Insurance Open. Max Homa has taken his spot in the field.
Brandt Snedeker won the battle with Mother Nature en route to victory at the 2016 Farmers Insurance Open, and he makes his way back this week for another crack at Torrey Pines.
K.J. Choi returns to a very comfortable venue as he preps for his 15th appearance at this week's Farmers Insurance Open.
Andrew 'Beef' Johnston returns from an illness to peg it at this week's Farmers Insurance Open.
Fresh off the birth of his daughter, Kevin Chappell hauls his new set to clubs to Torrey Pines for this week's Farmers Insurance Open.
Callum Shinkwin will be looking to build on the solid debut he made in last year's Commercial Bank Qatar Masters when he tees it up at Doha GC this week.
Thomas Detry will continue his European Tour education with a first appearance at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters in Doha GC this week.
Romain Langasque will continue his rookie year on the European Tour at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters, hosted by Doha GC this week.
Mikko Ilonen was thwarted in extra holes at the 2014 Commercial Bank Qatar Masters; he will want to go one better at the Doha GC this week.
2016 four-time winner Alex Noren will look to build on a solid start to the season in Abu Dhabi when he tees it up in the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters at Doha GC.
Byeong Hun An takes his talents to La Jolla, California, for his debut at this week's Farmers Insurance Open.
Beau Hossler heads to Torrey Pines for this week's Farmers Insurance Open, his first PGA TOUR start since joining the professional ranks.
Benjamin Hebert is a six-time winner on the Challenge Tour and will view this week's Commercial Bank Qatar Masters as a possible chance to gain his first European Tour victory.
Despite plenty of grip-it-and-rip it merchants doing well in the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters, Alexander Levy is 0-for-3 at Doha GC; he'll try and change that on his return this week.
Alejandro Cañizares has finished T27 or better in five of his seven starts at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters with two top 10s in the last three years; he's back again for more in 2017.