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Round 4 Recap — Sunday
Cameron Champ earns win at the 3M Open
It was truly a tale of two Camerons at TPC Twin Cities on Sunday, as Champ ($7,100; 124 DKFP) surged to a two-shot victory with a five-under on Sunday. Going the other direction, Cameron Tringale ($9,500; 86.5 DKFP) shot a three-over final round to drop from first all the way down to T16 thanks in large part to an ugly triple-bogey on hole 13. Champ’s win gives him three PGA TOUR victories since gaining full membership three seasons ago but only four other top-10 finishes. Champ isn’t a consistent option from week-to-week, but he can definitely contend when he gets his putter going, like he did this week to claim his first title since the 2019 Safeway Open almost two years ago. — Zach Thompson
Louis Oosthuizen adds another runner-up finish at TPC Twin Cities
After finishing tied for third last week at The Open, second at the PGA Championship and the U.S. Open earlier this year, Oosthuizen ($10,900; 106 DKFP) put together another nice week at the 3M Open, surging to another second-place finish with a five-under final round. Oosthuizen hasn’t won on the PGA TOUR since 2010, although he did win the South African Open on the European Tour in 2018. The best round of the day was shot by recent winner Cameron Davis ($9,200; 83 DKFP), who fired a seven-under to move up to T28. Jhonattan Vegas ($7,500; 108.5 DKFP) and Charl Schwartzel ($8,200; 106 DKFP) finished tied for second with Oosthuizen while Keith Mitchell ($6,800; 104 DKFP) rounded out the top five. — Zach Thompson
Round 3 Recap — Saturday
Cameron Tringale leads heading into final round of 3M Open
Tringale ($9,500; 101 DKFP) started the third round of the 3M Open in a tie for ninth place, but he will head into Sunday’s final round as the sole leader. He posted the second-best round on the golf course on Saturday — a five-under-par 66 — bringing his score to 12-under-par for the tournament. That gives him a one-shot lead over Maverick McNealy ($8,400; 84 DKFP) and Gary Woodland ($8,000; 90 DKFP), who are tied for second at 11-under-par. There are also eight golfers tied for fourth at 10-under-par, so it is very crowded atop the leaderboard. That should set up an exciting final round, but Tringale has become the betting favorite to win the event at +350 on DraftKings Sportsbook. — Matt LaMarca
Beau Hossler goes low Saturday at 3M Open
Hossler ($7,300; 63 DKFP) entered the third round of the 3M Open seven shots behind the leaders, but he made up significant ground on Saturday. He fired a six-under-par 65, which was the best round on the day. It brought his score to nine-under-par for the tournament, which puts him three shots behind the leaders heading into the final round. Four golfers finished just one shot worse than Hossler on the day, including leader Cameron Tringale ($9,500; 101 DKFP). Pat Perez ($7,100; 80.5 DKFP) was also in that group, and he’s gone 11-under-par over the past two days. One more strong round could put Perez at the top of the leaderboard when it matters most, and he’s listed at +1600 to win the tournament on DraftKings Sportsbook. — Matt LaMarca
Round 2 Recap — Friday
Adam Hadwin and Ryan Armour tied for lead after second round of 3M Open
Hadwin ($7,200) and Armour ($7,000) were among the best players on the course on Friday at the 3M Open. Both players fired six-under-par 65s, which vaulted them to 10-under-par for the tournament. That will give them a one-shot lead over a group of four golfers who are tied for third at nine-under-par. The best round of the day belonged to Brian Stuard ($7,200), who posted a seven-under-par 64. That brought him to eight-under-par for the tournament, which puts him in striking distance heading into the weekend. Hadwin and Armour were both overlooked in DFS tournaments — both players had an average ownership less than 3.5% — but they are now among the betting favorites on DraftKings Sportsbook. — Matt LaMarca
Dustin Johnson misses cut by two shots at 3M Open
Johnson ($11,300) was the favorite to win the 3M Open by a wide margin, and rightfully so, he was the second-highest owned golfer in DraftKings’ $800K Flop Shot tournament. But, after carding even-par rounds for both Thursday and Friday at TPC Twin Cities, the No. 2-ranked player in the world will not be competing on the weekend at the 3M Open, missing the cut by two strokes. Fresh off a T8 at The Open last weekend, Scottish sensation Robert MacIntyre ($9,000) also failed to make the cut by one shot in his 3M Open debut. Additionally, Emiliano Grillo ($9,300) will be sent home early, finishing at three-over-par following the first two rounds. In the $800K Flop Shot, MacIntyre and Grillo were two of the 12 most-owned players of the week. — Alex Hunter
Round 1 Recap — Thursday
Rickie Fowler among 3M Open leaders at suspension of play Thursday
The leaderboard at the 3M Open was a crowded one when the first round was suspended due to darkness on Thursday, but one name shined bright at the top. Fowler ($8,900; 62.5 DKFP) put together a masterpiece, scattering seven birdies en route to a bogey-free round of 64. Fowler’s quest for a sixth PGA TOUR victory will have to go through Troy Merritt ($7,500; 58 DKFP), who is currently tied for first at seven-under. Merritt bogeyed just one hole, the par-four ninth, though he did pick up one more birdie than his compatriot. Still, Fowler has an early edge in the fantasy department thanks to that bogey-free bonus. Jhonattan Vegas ($7,500; 62.5 DKFP) is also at -7 after wrapping up play just before the first round was suspended. — Kenny Ducey
Hank Lebioda in the hunt at 3M Open
The first round could have gone better for Lebioda ($7,900; 20.5 DKFP), but it also could have been much worse. The chalkiest golfer on the course with 29.78% ownership in the $800K Flop Shot currently sits in a tie for 38th at the suspension of play on Thursday after a two-under round of 69. The lefty, who was popular thanks to his meteoric rise in 2021 and his three straight top-eight finishes, went off the back and began three-under through four holes before bogeys on 14 and 17. He’d pull things back with a bogey on 18 and a front nine, which saw him bogey the third but birdie the sixth. Dustin Johnson ($11,300; 16 DKFP) was nearly as popular at 23.29% and sits in a tie for 64th at -1. — Kenny Ducey
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