2021 3M Open picks, PGA odds, Paramount+ streaming: Surprising Sunday predictions from proven golf model


Just two official PGA events remain before the start of the FedEx Cup Playoffs, so players will be looking for every point possible when the 2021 3M Open comes to a conclusion with Sunday’s Round 4 on CBS, the CBS Sports app, and streaming on Paramount+. The action takes place from TPC Twin Cities in Blaine, Minn., and Cameron Tringale, No. 39 in the FedEx Cup rankings, is on top of the 2021 3M Open leaderboard at 12-under par. Ten players are within two shots of the lead, setting up a thrilling final round.

Tringale is the 3-1 favorite in the latest 2021 3M Open odds from William Hill Sportsbook. Gary Woodland and Maverick McNealy are both one shot off the lead at 11-under, and they’re going off at 11-2 and 13-2, respectively, in the latest PGA odds. You can watch Sunday’s action starting at 3 p.m. ET on CBS and you can stream it live on Paramount+ with their must-have Premium plan.

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How to watch Round 4 of the 2021 3M Open

  • Date: Sunday, July 25
  • Time: 3 p.m. ET
  • TV: CBS
  • Streaming: Paramount+

PGA picks for Round 4 of the 2021 3M Open

Before you tune in to Sunday’s 2021 3M Open action, you need to see the PGA picks from SportsLine’s proven golf model. Developed my DFS pro millionaire Mike McClure, this model simulates every PGA tournament 10,000 times. It is up over $10,500 on its best bets since last June and has nailed seven majors heading into the weekend since its inception.¬†

For the final round of the 3M Open 2021, the model is calling for Tringale (3-1) to remain atop the leaderboard and pick up the win. Though he hasn’t won on the PGA Tour since 2014, the 33-year old has been a regular near the top of leaderboards this year, recording nine top-25 finishes during the 2020-21 PGA Tour season. He’s one of the top putters on the PGA Tour, ranking 21st in strokes gained putting this season.

He’s been masterful at TPC Twin Cities this week, shooting 67-68-66 through three rounds. With most of the tournament’s bigger names either missing the cut or safely behind Tringale, the model likes his chances to get the job done on Sunday.

If you’re looking for a higher payout in your 2021 3M Open bets, the model is calling for Louis Oosthuizen (33-1) to make a surprising run on Sunday. He sits four shots off the lead at eight-under par after shooting 68-68-69 thus far at TPC Twin Cities. It’s tough to count him out, however, after the amazing run he’s been on recently.

The 38-year old South African finished third at the Open Championship, second at the U.S. Open in June and second at the PGA Championship in May. In addition to those incredible major performances, he’s also recorded top-10 finishes at the Valspar Championship and Zurich Classic of New Orleans, all since April 25.

He leads the PGA Tour in strokes gained putting and is 10th in strokes gained around the green, so he can make up ground quickly with his short game.

Stream the 2021 3M Open, PGA Tour on Paramount+

Now that you know who to pick, get ready to stream the 2021 3M Open. Visit Paramount+ now to see the PGA Tour, your live local CBS sporting events, some of the world’s top soccer matchups and much more.

2021 3M Open odds entering Sunday 

Cameron Tringale 3-1
Gary Woodland 11-2
Maverick McNealy 13-2
Charl Schwartzel 14-1
Cameron Champ 14-1
Jhonattan Vegas 16-1
Chez Reavie 16-1
Pat Perez 18-1
Ryan Armour 20-1
Roger Sloan 22-1
Jimmy Walker 28-1
Louis Oosthuizen 33-1
Beau Hossler 33-1
Brian Stuard 40-1
Kyoung-Hoon Lee 40-1
Bo Hoag 66-1
Troy Merritt 80-1
Adam Hadwin 100-1
Keegan Bradley 100-1
Keith Mitchell 100-1
Matthew Wolff 100-1
Mito Pereira 150-1
Patrick Reed 200-1
Adam Schenk 200-1
Tony Finau 200-1
David Lingmerth 200-1





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