Tony Finau headlines golf betting markets for the 3M Open this week, which tees off in Blaine, Minn.
The race for the FedEx Cup continues at the 3M Open and bettors get an even betting field, which has Finau at +1200 to win. However, with the likes of Hideki Matsuyama, Sungjae Im, and Cameron Tringale in the field, it’s an open contest.
Finau shot -6 in the final round to close the gap and that should give him confidence for the upcoming PGA Tour event.
He has been threatening to win after finishing T13 at the Travelers Championship and second at the Canadian Open, so we think the Utah native could score an overdue win.
Finau is a two-time PGA Tour winner after winning in 2016 and 2021, but he’s better than that. Finau has been close on many occasions, including losing in a playoff three times.
Golf odds have Finau at +1200 and that’s a fair price, so lock in the odds for the 3M Open favorite.
Pick: Tony Finau +1200
Tringale Overdue Win
Tringale is getting close to scoring a long overdue PGA Tour victory and bettors should stick with the American until he wins.
The 34-year-old made the cut at the Open Championship after posting a quality first round. He didn’t play well in the second or third round, but it’s another positive performance from Tringale.
He showed his top-end ability when finishing T6 at the Scottish Open the week before the year’s final major, so he’s playing well and he could pay off loyal bettors who have been expecting him to win a solo event for many years.
He shot a career-best 61 to lead the Scottish Open after the opening round.
“I haven’t had a professional win on my own, and obviously Scotland is where golf started, so this place is special,” Tringale told AP News.
“Golf is more fun when the putts are going in, and they were for me today.”
If the putts can drop for Tringale at the 3M Open, the sportsbook odds could be made to look silly. He’s paying +3000 to win and we’re loving the value.
Pick: Cameron Tringale +2800
Don’t Forget About Day
Due to back injuries, Jason Day’s career has taken a downward turn. However, he’s still a classy golfer who demands respect.
The Australian is looking to replicate the heroics of Cameron Smith and post a win for Australia. He’s a 12-time PGA Tour winner, so he’s the class act of the field and his current odds of +5000 can’t be overlooked.
Despite being ranked outside the world’s top 140 players, Day is a strong performance away from being in a qualifying position for the FedEx Cup, so there is good reason to produce the goods at the 3M Open.
If his back doesn’t give him problems, Day has a legitimate winning chance, and betting online markets have favorable odds available.
Pick: Jason Day +5000