If you still have a hangover from the 2021 The Open Championship, then the upcoming 2021 3M Open down in Minnesota will surely quench your thirst for more golf. Have you made your picks yet for the tournament? Check out which golfers some of the experts are expecting to put on a show this week.
Expert Picks and Predictions for the 3M Open Golf Tournament Running from July 22-25 2021
Where: TPC Twin Cities, Blaine, Minnesota
When: July 22-25, 2021
Lines: View all 2021 3M Open lines
TV Broadcast: Golf Channel / CBS
|Matt Vincenzi||Sergio Garcia|
Matt Vincenzi of The Action Network named a number of golfers whom he thinks are best bets for the 2021 3M Open. On top of his list is Sergio Garcia — +3300 to win — has been solid of late. He is 3 of 3 in his last three starts and has just finished with a T19 at Royal St. George’s. Prior to that, he also had a T19 in the 2021 US Open.
|Expert||Golfer to watch out for|
|CBS Sports Staff||Cameron Tringale|
Tringale is currently priced +2800 at TopBet sportsbook to win the 2021 3M Open, and for the staff over at CBS, he is a tasty target for those looking to hit it big betting on the tournament. Tringale is 3 of 4 in his last four starts, which includes a T26 in the 149th edition of The Open and a T14 in the 2021 Rocket Mortgage Classi.c
|Rob Bolton||Louis Oosthuizen|
In his power rankings of players expected to play in the 2021 3M Open, Rob Bolton of PGA.com has Oosthuizen as his No. 1. Bolton notes that Oosthuizen has yet to miss a cut this year (13/13) and is leading the season in SG: putting and total putting.
TopBet News Editor | Ryan Simpson
|Ryan Simpson, News Editor||Justin Thomas|
In his preview of the 2021 3M Open, TopBet News Editor Ryan Simpson revealed that he is picking Louis Oosthuizen to win the tournament. Here’s what Simpson had to say about Oosthuizen:
“Oosthuizen will look to recover from a heart-wrenching last-round mild meltdown at The Open Championship. He was so near at winning the Claret Jug at Royal St. George, as he took a lead into the final round but he bogeyed twice in the front nine then another in the 13th hole to cede his lead and let Jordan Spieth and eventual champion Collin Morikawa along with Jon Rahm get past him when it was all said and done. Still, he’s been a picture of fantastic consistency of late. Oosthuizen has cracked the top 3 in four of his last six starts and the top 20 in all of the events in that stretch.”
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