Chez Reavie 2022 3M Open Odds, History, Predictions & How to Watch
The Open Championship was the final major of 2022, and the PGA Tour returns to the states for three more tournaments ahead of the FedEx Cup Playoffs.
This week it's the fourth edition of the 3M Open at TPC Twin Cities North of Minneapolis. The 7,431 yard Par 71 Arnold Palmer-designed parkland course has water in play on 15 holes and is among the easiest putting greens on Tour. Tons of birdies and low scores are in the forecast.
Three top-25 players in the Official World Golf Rankings are in the field, and FanDuel Sportsbook provides 3M Open odds and additional prop bets.
Chez Reavie 3M Open Open Odds
Chez Reavis has +3400 odds to win the 3M Open. There are 12 golfers with lower odds to win than the 40-year-old William 'Chez' Reavie.
Has Chez Reavie Ever Won the 3M Open?
Reavie has never won the 3M Open, and finished T-11 in his only start last year.
Chez Reavie 3M Open Prop Bets
As for finishing position, Reavie is -130 to finish top-40, +160 to finish top-20, +450 to finish top-10 and +850 to finish top-five.
In Group C betting of three players, Reavie is +170 to win against Nick Hardy (+165) and Jason Day (+170).
Chez Reavie 3M Open History
Reavie finished T-11 on debut in 2021 at -11 under par. He opened Thursday and Friday with 66 and 67 before falling back over the weekend.
Chez Reavie 3M Open Prediction & Pick
Reavie has is a 3-time winner on the PGA Tour, and possesses elite accuracy from the tee (70.9% fairways) to rank top-5 on Tour. He won the Barracuda event last week in the modified Stableford scoring format. His off-the-tee and approach play was sub-par mid-season, but he's played much better the past few months with four top-20 finishes in seven events.
Off the win last week, Reavie carries more confidence knowing he had success last year at TPC Twin Cities. Still, a top-20 finish (+160) may be best with top-40 (-130) more realistic.
How to Watch & Live Stream Chez Reavie at the 3M Open
The 2022 3M Open will be broadcast on the Golf Channel and CBS. You won't necessarily be able to follow Chez Reavie to every hole this weekend, but here's what the broadcast schedule will look like.
Thursday and Friday, July 21-22
1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. ET: Golf Channel
Saturday and Sunday, July 23-24
12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. ET: Golf Channel
2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. ET: CBS
PGA Tour radio coverage will be available on SiriusXM Channel 92 and a live simulcast will be available on CBSSports.com, PGATour.com and the CBS Sports App.