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WGC-FedEx St. Jude: Garcia Headlines FRL Picks, Odds and Ends, Page 1


Garcia has found his way into this article once again and it’s not without good reason. The Spaniard put together a ball-striking clinic in Minnesota, yet it was a faulty putter that held him back, losing north of seven-strokes on the greens for the week. While a performance like that is hardly something I am eager to back, for the purposes of a single round, I’ll be able to stomach it. 
All I know is if he carries that tee-to-green prowess to Memphis, in all likelihood he’ll get off to a fast start. Garcia has done a great job recently of avoiding those big numbers, especially when it comes to the first-round. This is evidenced by his last four first-round performances here in the United States as they read 70-71-63-65. 

Cameron Champ wins 3M Open for third TOUR victory


Cameron Champ wins 3M Open for third TOUR victory
July 25, 2021
 
Cameron Champ’s interview after winning 3M Open
BLAINE, Minn. — Cameron Champ fended off dehydration and crisply putted his way to a 5-under 66 on Sunday, winning the 3M Open by two strokes for his third career PGA TOUR victory.
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The 26-year-old Champ had five birdies in a bogey-free round to finish at 15-under 269 at TPC Twin Cities. Louis Oosthuizen, Jhonattan Vegas and Charl Schwartzel tied for second.
Oosthuizen shot 66, too, in a much stronger finish than the previous weekend at the Open Championship, where his 54-hole lead turned into a tie for third after a fourth-round 71.

Cameron Champ fends off heat to win 3M Open by 2 strokes


Cameron Champ fends off heat to win 3M Open by 2 strokes
By DAVE CAMPBELLJuly 26, 2021 GMT
BLAINE, Minn. (AP) — Cameron Champ was struggling mightily through the first half of this year, a frustrating series of performances that pointed him back to his state of mind more than any mechanical flaw.
Like many newlyweds, the 26-year-old was distracted by the delicate balance of passionately pursuing his career while still trying to carve out a healthy personal life at home. He found himself becoming much too upset by a bad round.
There sure wasn’t much for Champ to be mad about at the 3M Open.

Champ takes 3M Open; Lee, Dodd win first major titles


Champ takes 3M Open; Lee, Dodd win first major titles
By The Associated PressJuly 25, 2021 GMT
BLAINE, Minn. (AP) — Cameron Champ fended off dehydration and crisply putted his way to a 5-under 66 on Sunday, winning the 3M Open by two strokes for his third career victory.
The 26-year-old Champ had five birdies in a bogey-free round to finish at 15-under 269 at TPC Twin Cities. Louis Oosthuizen, Jhonattan Vegas and Charl Schwartzel tied for second.
Champ jumped from 142nd to 49th in the FedEx Cup standings, with the top 125 getting into the playoff opener.
Oosthuizen shot 66, too, in a much stronger finish than the previous weekend at the British Open, where his 54-hole lead turned into a tie for third after a fourth-round 71.

Cameron Champ wins 3M Open


Champ fends off heat to win 3M Open by two strokes
Cameron Champ fended off dehydration and crisply putted his way to a 5-under 66 on Sunday, winning the 3M Open by two strokes for his third career victory.
The Canadian Press
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BLAINE, Minn. (AP) — Cameron Champ was struggling mightily through the first half of this year, a frustrating series of performances that pointed him back to his state of mind more than any mechanical flaw.
Like many newlyweds, the 26-year-old was distracted by the delicate balance of passionately pursuing his career while still trying to carve out a healthy personal life at home. He found himself becoming much too upset by a bad round.

Champ deja atrás frustraciones de este año y gana el 3M


BLAINE, Minnesota, EE.UU. — 
Cameron Champ pasó penurias con su golf en la primera mitad del año. El motivo de la frustrante serie de actuaciones pareció más relacionado con su desconcentración que con cualquier problema biomecánico.
Como muchos recién casados, el golfista de 26 años estaba distraído en la búsqueda de un equilibrio entre su carrera y mantener una relación saludable en casa. De pronto, se descubrió disgustado cuando tenía una mala ronda.
Ciertamente Champ no tuvo mucho por lo cual enojarse en el 3M Open.
Se sobrepuso a la deshidratación y fácilmente consiguió putts para acabar en 5 bajo par y 66 golpes el domingo. Así, terminó con una ventaja de dos tiros para el tercer triunfo de su carrera.

Champ captures third career title at 3M Open, Odds and Ends, Page 1


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Odds & Ends: DJ’s early exit, Mitchell’s record-tying Saturday and more
World No. 2 Dustin Johnson entered the week as the betting favorite, listed at +700 by PointsBet, but headed home before the weekend after shooting 70-72 to miss the cut by two shots. It marked just the third missed cut in 16 starts this season for Johnson, who made three bogeys over his final seven holes Friday including a bogey at 18 after putting his tee shot in the water. … Rickie Fowler (+4000 entering the week), jockeying to keep his position inside the top 125 of the FedExCup standings and looking for his first win in more than two years, continued his trend of better play after opening with a bogey-free, 7-under 64 in the opening round in Minnesota. After sharing the first-round lead, Fowler faded to T-34 following rounds of 73-70-71, which were unfortunately highlighted by a triple bogey at 18 on Saturday and a bogey-bogey finish on Sunday. … World No. 174 Keith Mitchell, listed at +20000 entering the week, stopped a skid of five straight missed cuts at the 3M Open and worked his way onto the leaderboard over the weekend after starting his third round with seven consecutive birdies. The 29-year-old Georgia alum, who won the 2019 Honda Classic, tied a PGA Tour record that had not been done since Joe Durant in the final round of the 2005 Honda Classic. Starting on the back, Mitchell made a 7-footer for birdie on the 10th, then proceeded to make birdies from 31, 8, 10, 9, 11 and 4 feet to move into a share of the lead. After making bogeys on Nos. 1 and 3, Mitchell carded a 66 on Saturday and a bogey-free 67 on Sunday to finish solo fifth for his second top-five result this season.

Cameron Tringale 66 leads 3M Open


Tringale shoots 66 to top crowded 3M Open leaderboard
Cameron Tringale made a short par putt on the treacherous par-5 18th hole at the 3M Open for a 5-under 66 and a one-stroke lead Saturday over Gary Woodland and Maverick McNealy.
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BLAINE, Minn. (AP) — The third round of the 3M Open was filled with shots into the rough and the water around the 18th green, and sometimes both.
Cameron Tringale stayed out of trouble that so many others didn't Saturday — and took the lead into the final round.
Tringale made a short par putt on the treacherous par-5 18th hole for a 5-under 66 and a one-stroke advantage over Gary Woodland and Maverick McNealy.

Tringale shoots 66 to top crowded 3M Open leaderboard


By DAVE CAMPBELL
BLAINE, Minn. (AP) — Cameron Tringale made a short par putt on the treacherous par-5 18th hole at the 3M Open for a 5-under 66 and a one-stroke lead Saturday over Gary Woodland and Maverick McNealy.
Tringale, who tied for third last year at the TPC Twin Cities, eagled the par-5 12th and had three birdies in a bogey-free round. Winless on the PGA Tour, the 33-year-old topped the crowded leaderboard at 12-under 201.
Woodland overcame a double bogey on No. 1 with birdies on five of his next six holes in a 67. McNealy had a bogey-free 68.
Pat Perez shot a 66 to join an eight-way tie for fourth, two shots off the lead. Four players were three strokes back. Louis Oosthuizen, the highest-ranked player remaining at No. 9 in the world and in the FedEx Cup standings, was in a six-way tie for 16th place at only four shots behind.

3M Open: Will Tringale Capture Win No. 1?, Odds and Ends, Page 1


by Patrick McDonald
Updated On: July 25, 2021, 2:42 am ET
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306. That’s how many times Cameron Tringale has teed it up on the PGA Tour without breaking through for a victory. Known in the infancy stage of his career as “Rickie Fowler’s roommate,” the former Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket has enjoyed a very strong 2020-2021 campaign. 
Perhaps the near misses at the RSM Classic and the Valspar Championship earlier in the season will serve Tringale well on Sunday. The 33-year-old will have to hold off a crowded leaderboard as there are 20 players sitting within four-strokes of the lead.  

Lakeshore Tribe continues World Series play


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Lakeshore Tribe continues World Series play: The Lakeshore Tribe, a local club from Robbertsdale, has two teams playing in the Babe Ruth Softball World Series, which is taking place in Jensen Beach/Stuart, Florida. The 14U team is 1-5 after a 5-2 loss to South Shore on Saturday morning. The Tribe played a game later in the day. They will play Sunday against an undetermined opponent. 18U team is 0-5 after Saturday's 11-1 loss to the MSA Ospreys. Lakeshore plays twice Sunday, including a 9 a.m. game against JPRD West.
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Former Notre Dame player dies in shooting: A former St. Louis high school basketball star who played briefly for Notre Dame and Missouri in college was shot and killed in north St. Louis County, police said. Cameron Biedscheid, 27, was killed Friday on the block where he lived. Police did not indicated whether they have any suspects in the shooting. Biedscheid spent his freshman college season at Notre Dame, averaging 6.2 points and 1.4 rebounds in 34 games.

Cameron Tringale shoots 66 to lead 3M Open


Cameron Tringale shoots 66 to lead 3M Open
July 24, 2021
 
Cameron Tringale nearly holes out from rough at 3M Open
BLAINE, Minn. — Cameron Tringale made a short par putt on the treacherous par-5 18th hole at the 3M Open for a 5-under 66 and a one-stroke lead Saturday over Gary Woodland and Maverick McNealy.
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Tringale, who tied for third last year at the TPC Twin Cities, eagled the par-5 12th and had three birdies in a bogey-free round. Winless on the PGA TOUR, the 33-year-old topped the crowded leaderboard at 12-under 201.
Woodland overcame a double bogey on No. 1 with birdies on five of his next six holes in a 67. McNealy had a bogey-free 68.

Adam Hadwin, Ryan Armour grab co-lead at 3M Open


Adam Hadwin, Ryan Armour grab co-lead at 3M Open
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24 Jul 2021, 11:19 GMT+10
Adam Hadwin of Canada and Ryan Armour each shot bogey-free, 6-under 65s Friday to move to 10-under 132 and share the 36-hole lead at the 3M Open at TPC Twin Cities in Blaine, Minn.
The pair leads four players by a stroke entering the weekend: Bo Hoag (second-round 66), Chez Reavie (67), Venezuela's Jhonattan Vegas (69) and Canada's Roger Sloan (69).
Armour sank four straight birdies on Nos. 11-14 to make his move up the leaderboard. Thanks to stellar iron shots, two of those birdies came from 6-foot putts, while he drained another from 41 feet out.

3M Open: Hadwin & Armour Lead a Crowded Bunch, Odds and Ends, Page 1


by Patrick McDonald
Updated On: July 23, 2021, 7:49 pm ET
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It was a tale of two waves in the second round of the 3M Open. While at first glance it appeared those who were on the course late Thursday evening got the short end of the stick, by the end of Friday that would not be the case. As winds laid down in the morning hours to begin Round 2, those same players took advantage of ideal scoring conditions.

Canada's Adam Hadwin is 3M Open's 36-hole co-leader two years after he nearly won in Blaine


Canada's Adam Hadwin is 3M Open's 36-hole co-leader two years after he nearly won in Blaine
World No. 2-ranked Dustin Johnson missed the 36-hole cut. Sixteen players are within three shots of co-leaders Hadwin and Ryan Armour. 
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The inaugural 3M Open featured an unforgettable finish two years ago that foreshadowed who scientific Bryson DeChambeau could become and introduced newcomers Matthew Wolff and Collin Morikawa in a big way.
Wolff's eagle on the par-5 18th trumped DeChambeau's eagle just in front of him. Wolff won by a stroke, DeChambeau and Morikawa tied for second.
Who finished fourth?

Rickie Fowler shares first-round lead at 3M Open


Rickie Fowler shares first-round lead at 3M Open
Field Level Media
23 Jul 2021, 12:40 GMT+10
Rickie Fowler posted a bogey-free, 7-under 64 Thursday and held a share of the lead after the first day at the 3M Open at TPC Twin Cities in Blaine, Minn.
Fowler and Troy Merritt were tied at 7 under when play was suspended Thursday evening. After a two-plus-hour lightning delay, not all players were able to finish their first round before dark.
Fowler, searching for his first PGA Tour win since February 2019, started on the back nine and strung together three birdies around the turn at Nos. 18, 1 and 2, including a 29-foot birdie putt he converted on the first.

Fowler, Vegas, Merritt tied for 3M Open lead in Minnesota


BLAINE, Minn. (AP) — Rickie Fowler’s improved driving helped him shoot a 5-under 65 on Sunday in the final round of the British Open.
Looking for a late push in the FedEx Cup standings, Fowler carried over the strong play Thursday with a 7-under 64 in the first round of the 3M Open.
Fowler set the opening-round pace with a bogey-free round later equaled by Jhonatton Vegas and Troy Merritt, who attended Spring Lake Park High School, about six miles south of the TPC Twin Cities.
Fowler, who has never missed the FedEx Cup playoffs in 11 seasons, started the tournament ranked 124th in the standings, with the top 125 making the playoffs. There are two weeks remaining after the 3M Open to qualify for the playoffs.

3M Open: Target Straka in Round 2, Odds and Ends, Page 1


by Patrick McDonald
Updated On: July 22, 2021, 10:14 pm ET
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This PGA Tour super season has had an inordinate ability of bringing the best out of golfers. Stewart Cink kicked things off in September in the first event of the season, returning to the winner’s circle for the first time since his Open Championship victory in 2009. In what many assumed was a flash in the pan type victory, Cink's Safeway Open title kicked started a trend that may very well continue this week in Blaine, Minnesota. 

Rickie Fowler Jhonatton Vegas and Troy Merritt 3M


Fowler, Vegas, Merritt tied for 3M Open lead in Minnesota
Rickie Fowler’s improved driving helped him shoot a 5-under 65 on Sunday in the final round of the British Open.
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BLAINE, Minn. (AP) — Rickie Fowler’s improved driving helped him shoot a 5-under 65 on Sunday in the final round of the British Open.
Looking for a late push in the FedEx Cup standings, Fowler carried over the strong play Thursday with a 7-under 64 in the first round of the 3M Open.
Fowler set the opening-round pace with a bogey-free round later equaled by Jhonatton Vegas and Troy Merritt, who attended Spring Lake Park High School, about six miles south of the TPC Twin Cities.

Rickie Fowler, Jhonattan Vegas, Troy Merritt tied for 3M Open lead


Rickie Fowler, Jhonattan Vegas, Troy Merritt tied for 3M Open lead
July 22, 2021
 
Rickie Fowler shot an opening-round 5-under 65 at TPC Twin Cities. (David Berding/Getty Images)
BLAINE, Minn. -- Rickie Fowler’s improved driving helped him shoot a 5-under 65 on Sunday in the final round of the Open Championship.
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Looking for a late push in the FedEx Cup standings, Fowler carried over the strong play Thursday with a 7-under 64 in the first round of the 3M Open.
Fowler set the opening-round pace with a bogey-free round later equaled by Jhonatton Vegas and Troy Merritt, who attended Spring Lake Park High School, about six miles south of the TPC Twin Cities.

3M Open: Notes, Odds Best Bets


3M Open: Notes, Odds Best Bets
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The 3M Open begins Thursday at TPC Twin Cities.
World No. 2 Dustin Johnson and No. 9 Louis Oosthuizen are among the players who have made the trip across the Atlantic Ocean after competing in The Open Championship last week. While they are among the favorites, this is a critical event for many inthe field with only three weeks of events before the start of the FedEx Cup Playoffs.
Tournament notes, betting odds and best bets:
THE 3M OPEN
Purse: $6.6M (Winner: $1.188)
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TV: Thursday-Friday, 2:30-6:30 p.m. ET (Golf Channel); Saturday-Sunday 1-3 p.m. (Golf Channel), 3-6 p.m. (CBS).

DraftKings Preview: Birdies galore at the 3M, DraftKings Strategy, Page 1


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Cameron Tringale ($9,500): I admit I was a little shell-shocked when I saw the initial betting odds that included Tringale priced behind only a handful of players despite still searching for his first career PGA Tour win. There's a better argument to be made for him on a DFS roster this week, with some solid results in recent weeks and a T-3 showing here last year. But this price is still a little too steep for my liking on a player who isn't used to being among the short list of favorites. With players like Grillo, Watson and Robert MacIntyre priced just below him, I think there are a number of pivot options available and will wait to work Tringale back into my lineups until he's slotted back in his typical mid-tier price range.

Oosthuizen, trophies or not, solidifying status as one of SA's greats


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When Louis Oosthuizen completed a majestic six-under-par 64 on day one of the Open Championship at Royal St George's on Thursday, there was already the unmissable feeling of deja vu.
"Here we go again," South Africa exhaled.  
By the time he teed up on Sunday's final day, his one-shot lead was still intact, and the 38-year-old was poised to strike and finally land his second major championship since his first at the Open back in 2010.
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Morikawa wants more after British Open triumph


Morikawa wants more after British Open triumph
July 19 2021 11:53 PM
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Collin Morikawa’s ambition has no limits after the 24-year-old sealed his second major with a flawless display on Sunday to win the British Open on debut.
The American finished on 15 under par to hold off compatriot Jordan Spieth as a crowd of 32,000 spectators at Royal St. George’s were treated to a titanic battle for the Claret Jug.
Those in attendance may look back on Morikawa’s performance as a landmark moment for the world number four, who now has a pair of major titles to his credit in just over two years as a professional.

The Recorder - Collin Morikawa a double major winner and looking for more


Collin Morikawa a double major winner and looking for more
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United States' Collin Morikawa holds up the claret jug trophy as he poses for photographers on the 18th green after winning the British Open Golf Championship at Royal St George's golf course Sandwich, England, Sunday, July 18, 2021. (AP Photo/Ian Walton) Ian Walton
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United States' Collin Morikawa, right, celebrates on the 18th green after winning the British Open Golf Championship at Royal St George's golf course Sandwich, England, Sunday, July 18, 2021. (AP Photo/Ian Walton) Ian Walton

First Look At The Field: Betting odds for the 3M Open


First Look At The Field: Betting odds for the 3M Open
Just four of the top-20 PGA Tour players in the world are competing this week at TPC Twin Cities, including Dustin Johnson, who’s the overwhelming favourite to taste victory over Louis Oosthuizen and Tony Finau in the 3M Open.
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After Collin Morikawa put on a dazzling display of precision to win the Open Championship at Royal St. George's on Sunday, the PGA Tour heads to Blaine, Minn., for the 3M Open.
Morikawa, who won his second major title in as many years (2020 PGA Championship), is not in the field, as just four of the top-20 golfers are competing.

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