Olympic glory in Tokyo. Many of the biggest names in golf will gather at Kasumigaseki Country Club, which interestingly hasn’t been used for an event since hosting the 2010 Asian Amateur Championship, won by none other than Hideki Matsuyama.
Over a century apart, two events have each played a crucial role in establishing golf's Olympic credentials. Golf was added to the list of sports to be featured on the schedule for the 1900 Olympic Games in Paris on May 27, 1899, by the Organizing Committee for the 1900 Games. Forward 109 years to October 9, 2009, in Copenhagen. Golf was officially reintroduced to the Summer Olympics at the 121st IOC Session in the lovely Danish city of Copenhagen, first for Rio de Janeiro in 2016 and Tokyo in 2020.
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We look forward to the 3M Open at the magnificent TPC Twin Cities as we journey back across the pond for our weekly taste of PGA Tour action. With many PGA Tour regulars taking a week off after the Open Championship, this appears to be an excellent chance for someone to grab a valuable tour victory.
It's difficult to handicap weak fields on easy golf courses. This is the situation that bettors will face this week at the 3M Open. The field is quite top-heavy, and there is a sea of mediocrity outside of the big names.
2020 winner Michael Thompson will look to defend his crown, though doing that won’t be easy, especially given some of the players he’ll be up against. Big-name players such as Dustin Johnson and Tony Finau will tee it up in Minnesota this week, as will Louis Oosthuizen who, not for the first time, heads into an event off the back of an outstanding effort in a major.
The final major of the season is now a thing of the past, but the PGA train rolls on regardless. Back to the U.S., it is. Four days of glorious sunshine on the Kent coast in England will be followed by a trip to TPC Twin Cities in Minnesota, where the third 3M Open will be held. 2020 winner Michael Thompson will tee it up against a whole host of big names to try and defend his crown.
The PGA Tour returns to action with the third edition of the 3M Open at TPC Twin Cities in Minnesota, following The 149th Open, the season's last major. There isn't much history to report like there was with the Rocket Mortgage Classic a few weeks ago. Despite only two editions, the 3M Open hasn't been without its share of excitement.
Don’t know who to back for this year’s Open Championship? Take a quick look at our last minute betting tips ahead of The 149th Open.
n the main fantasy preview this week, we looked at how PGA Tour players rank in the areas that might be important this week, but we should not forget those plying their trade mainly on the European Tour, as several of those guys will be involved at Royal St. Georges.