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The PGA Tour continues its two-week run of new events, heading to Minnesota and TPC Twin Cities for the inaugural 3M Open. This was an event turned up from PGA Tour Champions to the big circus, and this is a course these guys should aboslutely crush.
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2019 3M Open rankings: Top 10 picks
1. Brooks Koepka -- I have to say he's the best player in the field, because he is, but it's a regular Tour event and it really just doesn't seem like he cares. He's also said he's tired.
2. Hideki Matsuyama -- Hideki is on his way up, and he's going to eventually break through. He does best in events where he can take it deep, and that should happen here.
3. Kevin Na -- Na's in an odd form right now. He won Colonial, MC'd at the US Open and finished sixth in the Korean Open last week.
4. Jason Day -- Day has enjoyed a pretty solid season. I mean, not great, and he has been saying he's thinking to 2020 for a resurgence, but he's a solid player in this field.
5. Rory Sabbatini -- Another great finish for Sabbatini in Detroit, so it seems like he's back on track after a down week.
6. Bryson DeChambeau -- DeChambeau seems like he's on the upswing after a few down months in April and May.
7. Scott Piercy -- Piercy's on a good run the last few months, including a pair of top-three finishes, and his season has overall been strong.
8. Kevin Streelman -- Streelman has four top-15 finishes in his last seven starts, and that should continue this week against a low-grade field.
9. Tony Finau -- Finau is in the midst of three missed cuts in a row. It feels like a blip given his last few years. Let's hope it is in this weak field.
10. Viktor Hovland -- Again, probably a little early for this. But this is a weak field, and making a top 10 is pretty hard to do. His T-13 in Detroit may indicate playing go-low events will make him comfortable.
My primary DraftKings lineup
- Joaquin Niemann - $9,300
- Kevin Streelman - $8,900
- Scott Piercy - $8,200
- Cameron Tringale - $7,700
- Pat Perez - $7,600
- Matthew Wolff - $7,300
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