3M Open Tees Off in Minnesota over Fourth of July

By Erica Wacker

TC Twin Cities Blaine 3M Open golf course
TPC Twin Cities in Blaine will host the 3M Open this summer, a new PGA Tour event

Trade the lake for the links this Fourth of July, when Minnesota hosts its first PGA Tour event in a decade.

No stranger to major golf tournaments, Minnesota hosted the Ryder Cup in 2016 and the KPMG Women's PGA Championship for the first time in 2019. With close to 500 courses statewide, Minnesota draws golfers from near and far to experience our spectacular fairways.

This summer, the inaugural 3M Open welcomes some of the world’s best golfers and thousands of fans, teeing off a seven-year deal at Blaine’s TPC Twin Cities the first week of July.

Home of the 3M Championship since 1993, TPC is getting a Tour-sized upgrade with help from co-designer and Minnesota golf legend Tom Lehman. Masters champions Phil Mickelson, Patrick Reed and Bryson DeChambeau are among the pros in play. In addition to the tournament, spectators will be treated to pro-am play, a massive fireworks show, gourmet food trucks, a craft beer garden, interactive kids’ activities, and a concert by the Grammy-winning Zac Brown Band.

Tickets are $30 for practice rounds and pro-am, $45 for single-day tournament play, or $240 for all six days of golf action, July 2-7. Kids under 18 are free with a paying adult, with special rates available for active military and veterans.

See the full schedule and buy tickets at 3Mopen.com.