The 3M Open is a professional golf tournament on the PGA Tour, held at TPC Twin Cities in Blaine, Minnesota, a suburb north of Minneapolis.
TPC Twin Cities has been the host of the 3M Championship since 2001. In 2018 TPC Twin Cities hosted the last 3M Championship. Succeeding the 3M Championship is that the 3M Open, debuting in 2019.
The 2nd edition of 3M Open Golf tournament starting from Jul 23 to Jul 26, 2020. The purse for the tournament is set at $6,600,000.
In 2019, Matthew Wolff climbed the 3M Open leaderboard and asserted his career PGA Tour victory. Wolff, who recorded a second-place finish earlier this month at the Rocket Mortgage Classic, is, thinking back within the 2020 3M Open field to defend his title this week.
Tommy Fleetwood will make his first start on the PGA Tour in four months at this current week’s 3M Open, after having come back to the US for just because since the tour resumed play. Fleetwood will join Paul Casey, defending tournament champion Matthew Wolff and Gordon during a competition dubbed the 3M Open Compass Challenge.
Weather Forecast for Blaine, MN
While the players will enjoy mostly sunny conditions in Blaine, the presence of a robust wind looks fairly consistent throughout the week.
Aside from a spot of rain on Friday, consistent with the forecast, it’ll be sunny and cloudy throughout the four days with temperatures starting from 84°F to 93°F.
But it’s the wind that’s the foremost interesting. That would reach speeds of the maximum amount as 20 mph on Friday consistent with the first forecast, with a rolling average of around 14 mph throughout the week.
2020 3M Open rankings: Top 10 picks
1. Tony Finau
During a tournament with some defeated (or previously absent) top names, big fella Finau is perhaps best positioned to drive it everywhere TPC Twin Cities and score.
2. Matthew Wolff
The defending champ is coming off a solid T22 at Muirfield Village where all parts of his game looked remarkable.
3. Dustin Johnson
DJ shot 80-80 last week. His short memory is apparently his greatest asset.
4. Tommy Fleetwood
Fleetwood hasn’t played within the in the resumption of professional golf. This may really be something thing given how many of the bigger names this week are damaged.
5. Brendon Todd
We prefer Todd this week, in large part, because he’s been more solid than others. He let the Travelers slip away, but he’s still notching good finishes within the restart.
6. Brooks Koepka
The knee clearly isn’t that good. There’s still something wrong. Can he take a couple of days easy then begin and lightweight it up?
7. Harris English
Harris English has been strong in his last two beginnings, and his T-13 at Memorial was amazing in his return from coronavirus.
8. Russell Henley
Henley’s been playing quite well recently and made two of three cuts in the restart. He was T-7 within the Workday.
9- Paul Casey
Casey has played twice in the restart, and he missed the cut a week ago after a T-32 at Travelers. Difficult to have a perspective on him this week, however, he’s ranked higher within the OWGR which is as it should be.
10- Sam Burns
The 23-year-old had been in the best 30 in his last three beginnings, including a T-17 at the Workday.