The action of the season has already subsided from the Columbus suburbs. Players have been playing there for 2 weeks and now is the time to move on. Now the players are moving to Minneapolis that’s like an 11-hour drive from their current location. One thing that stands out for this season of the 3M open is that, as predicted by some golfing experts almost all the pro players will shun from the next round of the games. That’s what has happened exactly as most of them are reluctant to play in the new field because of the COVID -19 quarantine protocol for the movement of the players. Actually the same stands true for the WGC Memphis that is also on the cards. The fields this year are at its weakest ever in the history of modern golf.
Having mentioned that the field exactly isn’t devoid of the top talent. Still, there are some brave heart golfers that are ready to brave the COVID issue and still match their wits against the competition. Players like Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, Tommy Fleetwood, Tony Finau, Paul Casey, and Bubba Watson are going to put some neat action and the fans would be more than eager to see them in action again.
The Next Tier
Yuge Dropoff with Matthew Wolff, Erik van Rooyen, Brendon Todd, Doc Redman, Harris English, Lucas Glover, Russell Henley, Henrik Norlander, Ryan Moore, Alex Noren, Chesson Hadley, Luke List, Sam Burns, Dylan Frittelli, Troy Merritt, Emiliano Grillo, Branden Grace, and Will Gordon is in the defending league whereas Bernd Wiesberger and Matthias Schwab are also in major league golfing action now.
Unfortunately, Greyson Murray will not be playing anymore this season as he has been found COVID positive. So, for him, this golfing season is done for sure.
Key Statistics For The Match
Strokes Gained: Approach
Strokes Gained: Off The Tee
Par 4s 450-500 Yards Gained
Course: TPC Twin Cities
There are some editing names popping up for the open picks for the 3M Open. Here are some of them for your knowledge and awareness.
Now with 25 top finishes in the previous matches, hopes were really high with Doc Redmen, until he actually performed very poorly at the memorial classic. He initially gained over 3 strokes in the first 3 rounds however when it came to greens it seemed like he has forgotten to play golf altogether. Well, such things do happen with the best of us and we should give some space to Doc here. He has never been a great putter but that’s a weakness that he would overcome eventually.
Erik Van Rueyen
When it comes to the poor putting gang, Erik is also an emerging star. He is presently pretty bad with putting. However, we do hope he makes his game better in the coming days. But that’s the only thing bad with him, if we look at the other elements of the game he seems to be the rising star amongst golfing talents.
Now he is the best ball-striker that we have seen in recent times. This brit is all there to set the course of fire. We are personally very optimistic for him and we know how well he handles the irons and drivers. Now the thing that remains to be seen is how he performs in the coming games. Well, we have very high hopes with him.