The 3M Open is an annual PGA Tour event that takes place at the TPC Twin Cities in Blaine, MN. The event brings 156 of the best professional golfers in the world and 150,000 spectators to Blaine each year. The Twin Cities Gateway is a proud sponsor of the event.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, spectators will not be allowed to attend the event in 2020, but we’ll look forward to welcoming you all in 2021!
TPC Twin Cities, in Blaine has been the proud host of the 3M Championship since 2001. The 3M Championship was succeeded by the 3M Open, a new professional golf tournament on the PGA TOUR, in 2019. The 3M Open is the PGA Tour’s first regular stop in Minnesota in five decades.
Honored multiple times by Golf Digest magazine among the top 20 golf courses in Minnesota, TPC Twin Cities’ par-72, 7,468-yard championship golf course was designed by legendary golfer and golf course architect Arnold Palmer to blend seamlessly with the natural rolling terrain on the site of a former sod farm 15 miles north of Minneapolis/St. Paul. The course features bentgrass tees, fairways and greens, native prairie grasses, picturesque wetlands and 27 bodies of water, all framed by stately stands of mature oak, spruce and pine trees. The course plays as a par 71 for the PGA TOUR players.View Website