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.
Sungjae Im 3M Open Open Odds
Sungjae Im has +1800 odds to win the 3M Open. The No. 24-ranked player in the world is a leading favorite behind Tony Finau and Hideki Matsuyama in the 156 player.
Has Sungjae Im Ever Won the 3M Open?
Sungjae Im has never won the 3M Open, and finished T-15 in his only appearance in 2019.
Sungjae Im 3M Open Prop Bets
As for finishing position, Sungjae Im is -220 to finish top-40, -115 to finish top-20, +160 to finish top-10 and +280 to finish top-five.
In match betting, Sungjae Im is a -160 favorite over Sahith Theegala (+126) in head-to-head tournament match-up.
Sungjae Im 3M Open History
Sungjae Im finished T-15 in the debut event in 2019.
Im's best single-round score in the 3M Open was a 65 in Round 1 of the 2019 event on his way to a T-15 finish at -14 under par.
Sungjae Im 3M Open Prediction & Pick
Sunjae Im fits well here in comp course history, and he's top-10 in this field in Off-the-Tee strokes gained stats. Prior to missing the cut in the Scottish Open and U.S. Open, Im was firing solid stats across the board while finishing T-21 or better in four straight events with stronger fields.
Im's best proximity to the hold stats come from 175+ yards, which is a good fit for TPC Twin Cities. A top-10 finish is realistic for the 2019 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year, and top-20 finish laying a small price is worth a bet.
How to Watch & Live Stream Sungjae Im 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 Sungjae Im 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.