3M Open odds to win: Dustin Johnson looks to bounce back as the favorite in Minnesota

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Dustin Johnson heads into the 3M Open as the favorite.

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Dustin Johnson will be the man to beat in Minnesota. Despite firing two rounds in the 80s last week at Muirfield Village, confidence is high in Johnson for the 3M Open as he takes 12/1 odds into the week, according to golfodds.com. With a win just a few weeks ago, we’ll chalk up his poor play in Ohio as an aberration.

Coming in just behind Johnson is Brooks Koepka at 14/1 odds. The four-time major winner has had struggles of his own as of late with just one top 10 on the season, but much of that can be attributed to a nagging knee injury. He’ll be making his second career appearance at the 3M Open, though he finished in 65th last summer.

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Tony Finau and Tommy Fleetwood are among the favorites as well, both owning 16/1 odds. Finau is coming off a rough Sunday at the Memorial, though he did put forth a strong effort other than that final-round hiccup, while Fleetwood is making his first start since golf’s restart. The last time the Englishman was in action was at the truncated Players Championship back in March.

Defending champion Matthew Wolff rounds out the top five at 20/1 odds, as he returns to the site of his only PGA Tour victory.

Check out odds for the entire field below.

3M Open odds to win

Dustin Johnson 12/1

Brooks Koepka 14/1

Tommy Fleetwood 16/1

Tony Finau 16/1

Matthew Wolff 20/1

Paul Casey 25/1

Harris English 25/1

Bubba Watson 30/1

Russell Henley 30/1

Lucas Glover 30/1

Erik van Rooyen 40/1

Sam Burns 40/1

Doc Redman 50/1

Brian Harman 50/1

Ryan Moore 50/1

Henrik Norlander 50/1

Luke List 50/1

Patrick Rodgers 50/1

Jhonattan Vegas 60/1

Carlos Ortiz 60/1

Sepp Straka 60/1

Dylan Frittelli 60/1

Will Gordon 60/1

Chris Kirk 60/1

Max Homa 60/1

Si Woo Kim 80/1

Alex Noren 80/1

Rafael Cabrera Bello 80/1

Charley Hoffman 80/1

Ryan Armour 80/1

Scott Stallings 80/1

Troy Merritt 80/1

Charles Howell III 80/1

Wyndham Clark 80/1

Sam Ryder 80/1

Branden Grace 80/1

Bernd Wiesberger 80/1

Tom Lewis 80/1

Kyle Stanley 100/1

Keith Mitchell 100/1

Emiliano Grillo 100/1

Jason Dufner 100/1

Richy Werenski 100/1

Kristoffer Ventura 100/1

Matthias Schwab 100/1

Pat Perez 100/1

Talor Gooch 100/1

Ben Martin 100/1

Chase Seiffert 100/1

Michael Thompson 100/1

Adam Schenk 125/1

Aaron Wise 125/1

Chesson Hadley 125/1

Scott Piercy 125/1

Matthew NeSmith 125/1

Peter Uihlein 125/1

Brice Garnett 125/1

Wes Roach 125/1

Kyoung-Hoon Lee 125/1

Tom Hoge 150/1

Harry Higgs 150/1

Joseph Bramlett 150/1

Russell Knox 150/1

Charl Schwartzel 150/1

Xinjun Zhang 150/1

Vaughn Taylor 150/1

Adam Long 150/1

Seung-Yul Noh 150/1

Brandon Hagy 150/1

Austin Cook 150/1

Danny Lee 150/1

Cameron Tringale 150/1

Cameron Davis 200/1

Hudson Swafford 200/1

Denny McCarthy 200/1

Patton Kizzire 200/1

Stewart Cink 200/1

Bronson Burgoon 200/1

Beau Hossler 200/1

Seamus Power 200/1

Andrew Putnam 200/1

Chris Stroud 200/1

Luke Donald 250/1

Sahith Theegala 250/1

Fabian Gomez 250/1

Josh Teater 250/1

Roger Sloan 250/1

J.J. Spaun 250/1

Scott Harrington 250/1

Bo Hoag          250/1

Scott Brown 250/1

Nick Watney 300/1

Johnson Wagner 300/1

Aaron Baddeley 300/1

Derek Ernst 300/1

Sangmoon Bae 300/1

Kramer Hickok 300/1

Cameron Percy 300/1

Bill Haas 300/1

Zack Sucher 300/1

Peter Malnati 300/1

Jamie Lovemark 300/1

Shawn Stefani 300/1

Brian Gay 300/1

Roberto Castro 300/1

Ted Potter Jr 300/1

Robert Streb 300/1

Robby Shelton 300/1

Vincent Whaley 400/1

Chris Baker 400/1

George McNeill 400/1

Jonathan Byrd 400/1

Ryan Blaum 400/1

Hank Lebioda 400/1

Rhein Gibson 400/1

Tim Wilkinson 400/1

Mark Anderson 400/1

Doug Ghim 400/1

Alex Cejka 500/1

David Hearn 500/1

Ricky Barnes 500/1

Tyler McCumber 500/1

Dominic Bozzelli 500/1

Chad Campbell 500/1

David Lingmerth         500/1

Sebastian Cappelen 500/1

Tommy Gainey 500/1

D.J. Trahan 500/1

Ryan Brehm 500/1

Greg Chalmers 500/1

K.J. Choi 500/1

Matt Every 500/1

Michael Gellerman 500/1

Parker McLachlin 600/1

Peter Kuest 500/1

Chase Koepka 600/1

Ben Taylor 600/1

Michael Gligic 600/1

Robert Garrigus 600/1

Arjun Atwal 600/1

Nelson Ledesma 600/1

John Senden 600/1

John Merrick 600/1

Tim Herron 1000/1

Michael Kim 1000/1

Angus Flanagan 1000/1

Rob Oppenheim 1000/1

Ted Purdy 1000/1

Brendon de Jonge 1000/1

Daniel Chopra 1000/1

Martin Trainer 1000/1

Bo Van Pelt 1000/1

Tom Lehman 1000/1

Aaron Crawford 1000/1

Jake Kneen 1000/1

Rich Beem 2000/1

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