3M Open | Round Three | TPC Twin Cities
COURSE: TPC Twin Cities (Blaine, Minn)
YARDS/PAR: 7,431 yards/Par 71
PRIZE Money/First Place Winnings: $6,600,000/$1,188,000
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TV COVERAGE: Today, July 25: Golf Channel opens final round coverage 1:00pm to 3:00am (EDT) and CBS wraps it up from 3:00pm to 6:00pm (EDT).
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3M Open at TPC Twin Cities: Notebook After 54 Holes
Cameron Tringale posted a bogey-free 5-under (66) in his attempt to win his first career PGA Tour title in his 307th start.
Gary Woodland overcame a double bogey at the first hole and converted birdies on five of his next six to post 4-under (67). He’s T-2 with Maverick McNealy. McNealy closed in on third Top-5 finish of the season and fifth consecutive Top-30 finish.
Pat Perez followed a bogey-free 6-under (65) in R-2 with a bogey-free (66) in R-3.
Keith Mitchell became the fourth player since 2003 to begin a round with seven straight sub-par scores.
Rickie Fowler (T-29) at (-6) was 6-under through 10 holes before bogeys at 13 and 14 and a triple-bogey-8 at the par-5 18th resulted 1-under (70). Fowler’s score at No. 18 marked the highest score of his career to finish a round. Through three rounds, he has played Nos. 1-12 in 11-under par and Nos. 13-18 in 5-over par.
Past 3M Open champions: Matthew Wolff (T-22) at (-7) and Michael Thompson (T29) at (-6).
3M Open Leaderboard After 54 Holes
Cameron Tringale 67-68-66—201 (-12)
Gary Woodland 69-66-67—202 (-11)
Maverick McNealy 67-67-68—202 (-11)
Eight players 10-under 203
Full Leaderboard (link)
The 3M Open Tee Times began today at 7:55am (EDT)/6:55am (local) through 2:00pm (EDT)/1:00pm (local) when the leaders tee-off.
Weather: Sunny all day with morning temperatures at 65-degrees but increasing to 92-degrees by 5pm (CDT). Humidity to drop from 75% to 25% by 7pm.
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Final Stretch at TPC Twin Cities Sets Up for Sunday (PGATourCom)
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On This Day in Golf History:
July 25, 2009 - Mark Calcavecchia birdied nine straight holes in the second round of the Canadian Open at Glen Abbey and shot a seven-under (65). The nine straight birdies broke a record (8) held by Bob Goalby, set at the 1961 St. Petersburg Open and later matched by many others. - Courtesy of Randy Walker, Author of On This Day in Golf History, available via Amazon.com and by clicking HERE
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