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the 3M Open
Cameron Champ -15
Louis Oosthuizen -13
Jhonattan Vegas -13
Charl Schwartzel -13
Keith Mitchell -12
Mito Pereira -11
Adam Hadwin -11
Brian Stuard -11
K.H. Lee -11
Ryan Armour -11
Cameron Tringale 3/1
Gary Woodland 5/1
Maverick McNealy 6/1
Cameron Champ 14/1
Charl Schwartzel 14/1
Chez Reavie 14/1
Jhonattan Vegas 14/1
Pat Perez 18/1
Roger Sloan 22/1
Ryan Armour 22/1
Jimmy Walker 28/1
Louis Oosthuizen 30/1
Beau Hossler 30/1
Brian Stuard 40/1
Kyoung-Hoon Lee 50/1
Bo Van Pelt 50/1
Bo Hoag 80/1
Troy Merritt 80/1
Matthew Wolff 80/1
Adam Hadwin 100/1
Keith Mitchell 100/1
Keegan Bradley 125/1
Mito Pereira 150/1
Patrick Reed 200/1
Adam Schenk 200/1
Tony Finau 200/1
David Lingmerth 250/1
Rickie Fowler 300/1
Michael Gellerman 400/1
Brandt Snedeker 400/1
Jonathan Byrd 400/1
Michael Thompson 400/1
Scott Brown 750/1
J.T. Poston 750/1
Chris Baker 750/1
Camilo Villegas 750/1
Brice Garnett 750/1
Sam Ryder 750/1
Ryan Brehm 750/1
Rafa Cabrera Bello 750/1
Nick Watney 750/1
Michael Kim 750/1
Mark Hubbard 750/1
Luke List 750/1
Aaron Baddeley 750/1
Sung Kang 750/1
Sergio Garcia 750/1
Scott Stallings 750/1
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The PGA Tour moves to the TPC Twin Cities layout in Blaine, Minnesota a suburb of Minneapolis and it’s another new course on the schedule. The course has been home to the 3M Championship on the PGA Champions Tour since 1991, but now moves to the main tour with a new name the 3M Open this week.
The course was originally designed by the Arnold Palmer back in 1997, to bring the course up to PGA Tour standards a team from Arnold Palmer Design Company, have worked with Hollis Cavner, CEO of Pro Link Sports and organiser of the 3M Championship, Steve Wenzloff, senior vice president of design at PGA Tour Design Services, and professional golfer Tom Lehman.
Fairway lines have been strategically adjusted to place a premium on driving accuracy while also minimising the advantage disparity between the longer and shorter hitters on tour. Some tees and bunkers have been repositioned, added or realigned. The most significant change has been at the eighteenth hole, where the tees have been moved to a position where the hole plays its true yardage and the lake at the front of the green has been expanded.
There has also been adjustment to the 594-yard par-5 double dogleg 6th hole, which now puts a premium on accuracy and becomes a classic risk/reward hole. A tee shot played over the deep fescue grasses framing the right side will shorten the hole significantly and any successful second shot played over the pond should find the wide putting green.
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My tips to Win:
I think Dustin Johnson 15/2 – with WilliamHill – will take a lot of positives from this years Open Championship, after putting himself out of contention with a third round 73, he rallied to a final round 67 that see him finish inside the Top 10. The wind may not have been blowing at Royal St George’s, but believe me it’s a tough test of golf and having control over your golf ball is paramount to scoring and I think that is going to help Dustin get back to challenging in tournaments again starting this week.
After starting the year looking like he only had to turn up to guarantee a Top 5 finish Tony Finau 16/1 – with WilliamHill – having two runners-up and a fourth-place finish from his first four starts Tony had a dip in form and came into The Open Championship having missed back-to-back cuts, but a Top 15 at Sandwich and coming back to Minnesota where he has had two Top 25 finishes – one of which was his third-place last year – I think we will see Finau back in the thick of it again this week.
I was not surprised to see Cameron Davis 40/1 – with MansionBet – finish as an also ran at the John Deere Classic after bagging his first PGA Tour title at the Rocket Mortgage Classic, but I am sure he is raring to go after a weeks rest. Cam will not only arrive here with that maiden victory out of the way but also with some positive memories of when he teed it up here last year where he finished inside the Top 15 and with his confidence riding high I expect him to be challenging this week.
I think we all realise how fickle golf can be and after three missed cuts on the spin you could forgive Luke List 66/1 – with SportNation – for feeling somewhat dejected, but the lad from Seattle has picked himself up dusted himself down and followed that run up with two Top 5 finishes and I expect this run to continue.
Ryan Moore 66/1 – with SportNation – is one of those players that can get on a run, he doesn’t play that many events now, having only started in thirteen so far this year, but he comes into this week on the back of a runner-up finish at the John Deere Classic and he will probably see this as his chance to get on a run and get into the Tour play-offs, so I expect him to see him in one of the final pairings come Sunday.
It’s been a strange year for Chez Reavie 90/1 – with SportingBet – kicking off the wraparound season with a third-place finish at the Safeway Open it couldn’t have been much better being right in the thick of it at the start of a new season, but fourteen missed cuts from twenty-six starts tells a different story. So you may wonder why I am tipping him this week, three Top 25s from his last six starts and a second round 66 at The Open Championship signals that Chez has found something in his game and I expect him to start challenging again and what better week than when his at 100/1.
Try Sam Ryder 150/1 – with 10Bet
As always good luck
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