PGA Tour 2023 3M Open Betting Odds, Favorites to Win, and Analysis

PGA Tour 2023 3M Open Betting Odds, Favorites to Win, and Analysis

As the PGA Tour season winds down, there are just two events remaining on the schedule before the FedEx Cup Playoffs begin. This week Tour pros take on TPC Twin Cities in Blaine, Minnesota, for the fifth edition of the 3M Open. The four-day individual stroke play event begins on Thursday, July 27th, and concludes on Sunday, July 30th.

Last year, Tony Finau picked up his first of two victories in back-to-back weeks with a four-day tally of 267 (17-under par). At the time, the win was Finau’s fourth of his career and first of three victories in 2022. Finau comfortably took home the victory, defeating Emiliano Grillo Sungjae Im by three shots.

There is a lot on the line this week for some players in the field, as this year marks the first season that the FedEx Cup Playoffs is reduced from 125 to 70 players. Those players teetering near that 70 mark need a good week to ease the stress of having to go into next week’s Wyndham Championship with their Tour status on the line.

Let’s take a look at the top players for the 2023 3M Open so you can wager against their PGA Tour lines to win this golf tournament.

 

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2023 3M Open | 5th edition of the PGA Tour event
TPC Twin Cities, Blaine, Minnesota
July 24-30, 2023

 

TPC Twin Cities

TPC Twin Cities opened its doors in 2000 under the design of Arnold Palmer’s design team and player consultant Tom Lehman. A private club, the golf course is a member of the Tournament Players Club network operated by the PGA Tour. 

TPC Twin Cities has been the site of a professional golf tournament since 2001, formerly hosting the 3M Championship on the PGA Tour Champions circuit before becoming a PGA Tour event in 2019.

The course stretches over 7,400 yards in length and will play as a par-71 for the pros. In 2018, TPC Twin Cities underwent extensive renovations that included the narrowing of fairways, adding bunkers, and adding/repositioning tee boxes throughout the course.

 

The 3M Open Field

Finau returns to the Minneapolis/St. Paul area to defend his title after missing the cut at last week’s Open Championship. Joining Finau is a pair of past FedEx Cup champions, Justin Thomas and Billy Horschel, who currently are on the outside looking in of the playoffs. Thomas sits 75th in the standings, while Horschel finds himself at 119th.

Cameron Young played in the final group on Sunday at Royal Liverpool and made the long trek back, and is expected to tee it up. Last year’s runner-ups, Grillo and Im, are also back in the fold this week.

Sepp Straka, who won the John Deere Classic and posted a T2 at the Open, joins the field alongside rookie Ludvig Aberg and Special Temporary Member Ryan Gerard.

 

The 3M Open Tee Times | Thursday’s First Round

2023 3M Open 1st Tee

Time Players
7:45 am Jimmy Walker, Kelly Kraft, Kramer Hickok
7:56 am Sam Ryder, Doug Ghim, Ben Griffin
8:07 am Robby Shelton, Austin Eckroat, S.H. Kim
8:18 am Matt Wallace, Chez Reavie, Lucas Glover
8:29 am Ryan Brehm, Richy Werenski, Matt Kuchar
8:40 am Adam Svensson, Stewart Cink, Brandt Snedeker
8:51 am Martin Laird, Tyler Duncan, Keith Mitchell
9:02 am Christiaan Bezuidenhout, Doc Redman, Matthias Schwab
9:13 am Troy Merritt, James Hahn, Max McGreevy
9:24 am Dylan Frittelli, Russell Knox, Taylor Pendrith
9:35 am Kevin Tway, S.Y. Noh, Zecheng Dou
9:46 am Brent Grant, Noah Hofman, Sam Bennett
9:57 am Michael Gligic, Eric Rolland, Caleb VanArragon (a)
Time Players
1:10 pm Ben Martin, Kevin Streelman, Taylor Montgomery
1:21 pm Satoshi Kodaira, Chad Collins, Hank Lebioda
1:32 pm Nate Lashley, C.T. Pan, Harrison Endycott
1:43 pm K.H. Lee, Cameron Young, Sahith Theegala
1:54 pm Justin Thomas, Joel Dahmen, Gary Woodland
2:05 pm Emiliano Grillo, J.T. Poston, Cameron Champ
2:16 pm Will Gordon, Andrew Novak, Austin Smotherman
2:27 pm Scott Piercy, Brice Garnett, David Hearn
2:38 pm Patton Kizzire, Austin Cook, Sean O’Hair
2:49 pm Michael Kim, Kevin Chappell, Jonathan Byrd
3:00 pm Erik van Rooyen, Ryan Moore, Alex Gaugert
3:11 pm Ludvig Aberg, Peter Kuest, Ryan Gerard
3:22 pm Trevor Cone, Tano Goya, Derek Hitchner
 

2023 3M Open 10th Tee

Time Players
7:45 am Zac Blair, Harry Hall, Paul Haley II
7:56 am Mark Hubbard, Henrik Norlander, Justin Suh
8:07 am Adam Hadwin, Patrick Rodgers, Ryan Fox
8:18 am Nick Hardy, Billy Horschel, Tom Hoge
8:29 am Sepp Straka, Tony Finau, Hideki Matsuyama
8:40 am Vincent Norrman, Mackenzie Hughes, Sungjae Im
8:51 am Nico Echavarria, Cam Davis, Jim Herman
9:02 am Brian Stuard, Alex Noren, Sam Stevens
9:13 am Grayson Murray, Nick Watney, Brandon Wu
9:24 am Aaron Baddeley, Chesson Hadley, Callum Tarren
9:35 am Martin Trainer, Lee Hodges, Justin Lower
9:46 am Augusto Núñez, Kyle Westmoreland, Frankie Capan III
9:57 am Scott Harrington, Trevor Werbylo, Thomas Lehman
Time Players
1:10 pm Cody Gribble, Beau Hossler, Tyson Alexander
1:21 pm Cameron Percy, Eric Cole, Dylan Wu
1:32 pm Matt NeSmith, Carson Young, Kevin Yu
1:43 pm J.J. Spaun, Garrick Higgo, Lanto Griffin
1:54 pm Trey Mullinax, Chad Ramey, Andrew Landry
2:05 pm Robert Streb, Brian Gay, Charley Hoffman
2:16 pm Stephan Jaeger, Greyson Sigg, Davis Thompson
2:27 pm Ryan Armour, Aaron Rai, David Lipsky
2:38 pm Ryan Palmer, Adam Long, Ben Taylor
2:49 pm Jason Dufner, Peter Malnati, Harry Higgs
3:00 pm MJ Daffue, Brandon Matthews, Kevin Roy
3:11 pm Carl Yuan, Matti Schmid, Kaito Onishi
3:22 pm Nicolai Hojgaard, Daniel Gale, Preston Summerhays (a)
 

3M Open Betting Favorites

Young and Im headline the betting favorites this week over at MyBookie.ag. Both can be grabbed at +1450 pre-tournament. Finau and Hideki Matsuyama are right behind the two favorites at +1575. Matsuyama had a solid week at Royal Liverpool with a T13 finish.

Finishing off the top five is Straka (+2300), who comes into the week sitting 15th in the FedEx Cup standings, trying to lock up his spot in the TOUR Championship.

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Finau, Tony +600
Hojgaard, Nicolai +1250
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Grillo, Emiliano +1900
Detry, Thomas +1900
Mitchell, Keith +2000
Pendrith, Taylor +2000
Olesen, Thorbjorn +2500
Rodgers, Patrick +2500
Van Rooyen, Erik +2500
Thompson, Davis +2500
Fox, Ryan +3000
Knapp, Jake +3000
Hubbard, Mark +3500
Hisatsune, Ryo +3500
Wu, Brandon +3500
Ghim, Doug +3500
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Rai, Aaron +4000
McNealy, Maverick +4000
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