There's a fairly strong chance that this particularly weekly punting puzzle will be an easy one to solve.
Pick the right star from Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm or Tiger Woods and this prestigious tournament will have another celebrated winner.
Tiger has won here eight times (this tournament seven times and his 2008 US Open win on one leg), it was the scene of Rahm's maiden PGA Tour win in 2017 (he added a top five last year) while McIlroy finished tied fifth on his Torrey Pines debut last year.
It's 6/1 McIlroy, 8/1 Rahm and 10/1 Woods. I couldn't put anyone off all three while it's worth noting that the Sportsbook has a 'without' market which allows you to dodge this trio as well as Hideki Matsuyama and defending champion Justin Rose. Xander Schauffele is the 9/1 favourite to triumph with these five taken out.
As I can't really decide which of the favourites I like best, I'll go down the betting and put up Keegan Bradley at 90/1 as my first pick.
Past history says you want a strong driver of the ball with course form and Bradley certainly ticks those boxes.
He's a major winner, a WGC winner and a FedEx Cup playoff event winner too which gives him the required pedigree to win a top quality event like this.
The 2011 USPGA champion posted three top 25s in his first four starts in this event and then really stepped it up in the last few years with fourth in 2017 and fifth in 2018.
The two-time Ryder Cup player is 39th in Total Driving this season and was 11th in that category in 2019.
But what really lifts him off the page at 90/1 is that he has some strong recent form to go with the course form.
In his last four starts Bradley has finished tied 13th at the ZOZO Championship, tied 24th in the WGC-HSBC Champions and, most recently, tied 12th in the Sony Open.
There's lots to like about the 33-year-old American and a big week is expected.
Tony Finau remains stuck on just one PGA Tour win but we can't just view him through the prism of that single victory in Puerto Rico.
The big-hitting American has finished in the top 10 in over a third of his last 50 events so has some impressive consistency and he seems to do particularly well in elite fields.
Take the majors; Finau has three top fives and a further two top 10s in his last eight while he's also been a runner-up in a WGC event (the 2018 HSBC Champions).
A member of the 2018 Ryder Cup and 2019 Presidents Cup teams, Finau has shown a real liking for Torrey Pines; in fact, he's never been outside the top 25 here in five starts.
The highlights were a fourth in 2017 and a sixth in 2018 so he's landed the each-way money here in two of the last three years.
Talking about the harder South Course which hosts three of the four rounds, Finau said a couple of years ago: "The South sets up nicely for me with my length. I think length is a big advantage on the South specifically, so I've been able to put some good rounds together there. A lot of the holes you can hit a fade and I'm a fader of the ball, I like hitting the fade off the tee."
Driving is certainly a strong point and Finau is currently 15th in Strokes Gained: Off The Tee (23rd last season).
As for current form, he has five top 10s in his last 10 starts and he's already shown some sparkle in 2020 with a top five in the Hong Kong Open and a tied 14th at last week's American Express where he shot a Friday 62.
In the latter, he ranked second for Greens In Regulation.
Take Finau at 28/1.
I considered a few outsiders at three-figure prices such as Sony Open play-off loser Brendan Steele, Sepp Straka (top four last week, tied 13th here last year) and Joel Dahmen (T9 last year and T12 at the Sony).
Brandt Snedeker is one of the real course horses in action this week having won the event twice, most famously in 2016 when he defied fierce winds to somehow shoot 69 in the closing round. He's also finished runner-up twice although he hasn't figured much in the last two edtions.
So instead, I'll give the final vote to Ryan Palmer.
Palmer was runner-up at Torrey Pines two years ago as well as tied 13th in 2019 and although we may think of him as a bit of a birdie machine, he much prefers tests like these.
Comparing this week and The American Express at La Quinta which he skipped last week, Palmer said last year: "I like the fact that you've got to play golf. Like last week, every birdie putt you missed you feel like you lose a shot. This week you take your birdies when you can and it takes good golf, solid golf. You don't have to go out and shoot low every time.
"That's why I've kind of grown to love that kind of golf today (he'd just shot 67). The 25-under pars, I'm not going to have my best chances, I don't think. Just the way the game is now for me, these type of golf courses I look forward to the most and it takes a driver of the golf ball to play these courses well. So far I've been doing a good job."
Palmer is certainly driving the ball like a potential Torrey Pines contender and so far this year he's ranked 1st in Strokes Gained: Off The Tee when tied fourth at the Sony Open on his latest start and 9th for SG: OTT when T17 at the Sentry Tournament of Champions.
He's also ranked in the top eight for Putting Average in his last two starts and his impressive current form looks well ingrained as his final two events of 2019 produced T10 (Zozo) and T12 (CJ Cup) in the two PGA Tour events played in the Far East.
The early 70s got pinched but 60/1 still looks a fair price.
A couple of final mentions. Gary Woodland has four straight top 20s at Torrey Pines and won the 2019 US Open on this coastline. The 22/1 looks cramped though.
Also, Sungjae Im (30/1) is nicely into his rhythm now after a top ten last week and I expect him to be a future contender here. Perhaps that will start this week.