Andres Romero hasodds to win the 2022 3M Open at TPC Twin Cities. He missed the cut in his last tournament, the Barbasol Championship. Action gets underway July 21-24 in Blaine, Minnesota, and Cameron Champ is the defending champion for the event.
The betting insights in what follows reference odds valid as of July 21, 2022 at 3:23 AM ET.
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Andres Romero odds for the 3M Open
Romero’s recent form
- He has failed to make the cut in each of his last five attempts
- Romero has not been in contention in any recent tournaments, as he’s not posted a score better than the field average or finished within five shots of the leader in any of his last five appearances.
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3M Open details
- Date: July 21-24, 2022
- Location: Blaine, Minnesota
- Course: TPC Twin Cities
- Par: 71 / 7,428 yards
- Purse: 7.5M
- Defending Champ: Cameron Champ
Course comparison – TPC Twin Cities
- Over the past year, the Tour has played on courses with an average length of 7,265 yards, which is 163 yards shorter than the 7,428-yard par 71 for this week’s tournament.
- Over the last year, PGA Tour stops have seen an average score of -4, while TPC Twin Cities has a recent scoring average of -9.
- The courses Romero has played over the past year have an average distance of 7,267 yards, while TPC Twin Cities will play at 7,428 yards this week.
- Events he’s played over the past year have seen players average a score of even par relative to par. That’s higher than this course, which has a scoring average of -9.
Historical player and course insights reflect data from the 2014-15 PGA season to present.
Andres Romero 2022 results
|Date||Event||Finish||Score||SG – Tee to Green||SG – Putting||Earnings|
|July 7-11||Barbasol Championship||MC||74-67||-10.078||1.808||$0|
|March 3- 6||Puerto Rico Open||MC||75-69||$0|
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