Dark Horse Picks to Win 2023 3M Open at TPC Twin Cities on FanDuel Sportsbook
Dark Horse Picks to Win 2023 3M Open at TPC Twin Cities on FanDuel Sportsbook

Just two tournaments until the PGA Tour's FedExCup Playoffs, and this week it's the 3M Open at TPC Twin Cities just North of Minneapolis. Seven of the top 35 players in the world rankings are in the field as players position themselves to move up inside the top 70 players that qualify for the playoffs.

While many of the favorites like defending champion Tony Finau receive most of the betting attention, you can still find some sleeper picks and dark horses to focus on that could do much better than projected at TPC Twin Cities.

FanDuel dark horse pick winners this year have included Max Homa in the'Farmers Insurance Open, Adam Svensson in the'RSM Classic,'and Matt Fitzpatrick in the'RBC Heritage.

If you're timid about betting any of these guys to win outright, FanDuel Sportsbook also offers great finishing position betting options, where you can still get solid odds for finishing top 30, top 20, top 10, etc.

3M Open PGA Dark Horse Picks 2023

Check out the'3M Open Championship preview'along with top'finishing position odds, tournament matchups, and golf props on FanDuel Sportsbook.

1. Eric Cole (+5000)

Cole tops this field in combined Birdies Gained and Opportunities Gained over his last 36 rounds. He's not had a top-20 finish since 6th in Canada in early June, but he's still gaining strokes consistently on Approach and strokes gained Total. The leading rookie ranks top-11 in five strokes gained categories over his last 36 rounds including No. 1 in Short Game and No. 4 Around-the-Green in this field. Cole is also among the leaders in Par 4 efficiency under 450 yards, and expect a strong showing in the event on his debut.

2. Justin Suh (+7000)

Justin Suh is sure to be focused this week as he sits just outside the cut line for the FedEx Cup Playoffs at No. 76. A good week moves him up and Suh's strong Short Game and No. 2 rank in Putting over his last 36 rounds can get him there. Suh has not been nearly as sharp since Spring when he finished 5th in the Honda and 6th on the TPC course at The Players Championship against an elite field using his driving a ccuracy to move up. He's made the cut in all but one of his last 23 events, and he should be a legit top-20 contender this week, which returns +270 and top-10 is +650.

3. Harry Hall (+17000)

Hall's superior Short Game should come in handy this week, along with his ability to make birdies as he ranks top-20 in BOB Gained over his last 36 rounds. He's been off form since finishing 3rd in the Charles Schwab in May, which explains why his odds have drifted well North of what he's capable of producing as he tries to move up from No. 84 in the FedEx Cup Standings.

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