The action in the PGA Tour heads back to the US after a thrilling The Open Championship across the pond at Royal St. George’s. Many of the top names will not be playing this week though at TPC Twin Cities as some will look to rest up while others will be seeing action in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Still, there are plenty of sleepers in 2021 3M Open to be had for bettors, including the three we have listed below.
Top 3 High Value Sleepers and Sleeper Picks and Predictions for the 2021 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
Brian Harman (+3000)
Harman had an amazing first round at Royal St. George’s this past week, as he started things off with a 65 at The Open Championship. Then he stumbled with back-to-back 71s in the second and third before recovering a bit with a 69 in the fourth round to finish with a T19. That’s still a good rebound for him after a missed cut in the 2021 John Deere Classic. Harman has five top 10s and 12 top 25s in 24 starts this season. His best finish to date was a T3 in THE PLAYERS Championship followed by a T5 in
World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play.
Sergio Garcia (+3300)
After getting cut consecutively in the Masters Tournament, RBC Heritage, AT&T Byron Nelson and the PGA Championship, Garcia appears to have gotten it together. Since then, he’s gone 3 of 3 with a T20 in the Charles Schwab Challenge and a T19 each in the US Open and in The Open Championship. He went off in the final round at Royal St. George’s, as he fired a score of 66, tied for second-best among the field during the last 18 holes. Garcia has a win this season, which he got from topping the competition in the Sanderson Farms Championship back in October 2020.
Bubba Watson (+3500)
Watson is fully rested for the upcoming 3M Open. He has not seen action since finishing with a T6 in the Rocket Mortgage Classic earlier this month. He’s made the cut in all of his last three starts, which also includes a T19 in the Travelers Championship. Watson has not won anything yet this season, but he’s got five top 10s and nine top 25s in 19 starts (four missed cuts).
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