About 3M Open :

The 3M Open is a professional golf tournament in Minnesota on the PGA Tour, held at TPC Twin Cities in Blaine, a suburb north of Minneapolis⁴. The tournament was announced by the PGA Tour in June 2018 and debuted in 2019 on July 4–7⁴. Minnesota-based company 3M is the title sponsor of the event⁴. See about 3M Open 2023

Schedule For The 2023 3M Open:

The 2023 3M Open is scheduled for July 24-30, 2023². The tournament will be open to fans and tickets are available for purchase². The 3M Open Fund has donated over $6MM since the 2019 inaugural year to the Twin Cities community².

The 3M Open 2023  Open may be the most consequential edition of the tournament in its short history as it marks the second-to-last event before the FedEx Cup Playoffs³. In what will only be the fifth playing of the event, this year’s tournament will welcome veterans jostling for postseason position, rookies looking to make a run and a two-time major champion searching for the type of golf that carried him to his past successes³.

Where is the 3M Open in 2023?
With major season in the rearview mirror and the FedEx Cup Playoffs on the horizon, the PGA Tour is back on the road to Blaine, Minnesota for its annual stop in the Land of 10,000 Lakes. Lee Hodges took the early lead after a blistering, bogey-free 8-under 63 on Thursday at TPC Twin Cities.

Players To Watch :

Justin Thomas is one of the players to watch. The 15-time PGA Tour winner will make his 3M Open debut this week at TPC Twin Cities, and currently sitting 75th in the FedEx Cup standings, finds him five spots removed from the coveted top 70 that gains entry into the playoffs³. While he has added next week’s Wyndham Championship to his playing schedule, the 30-year-old would love nothing more than to silence this critics in Minnesota and earn his place in not only the postseason field but potentially the U.S. Ryder Cup Team³.

Reigning PGA Tour Rookie of the Year Cameron Young seeks validation for a spot on that same team fresh off back-to-back top-10 finishes³. Defending champion Tony Finau, while firmly in the postseason at 10th in the FedEx Cup standings, could be on the outside looking in for an American side hoping to break a three-decade drought in Europe³. Young guns Ludvig Aberg, Sam Bennett and Nicolai Hojgaard hope to make a lasting impression while Sepp Straka and Emiliano Grillo seek to continue their stellar summers³.

Where to Watch :

The tournament will be broadcasted live on TV and radio. Live TV coverage will be available on Golf Channel from Thursday to Friday from 4-7 p.m. Eastern Time and on CBS from Saturday to Sunday from 3-6 p.m. Eastern Time³. Live radio coverage will also be available on PGA Tour Radio from Thursday to Sunday from 1-7 p.m. Eastern Time³.

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