Louis Oosthuizen (No. 9 in the Official World Golf Ranking) took third in his last tournament action in The Open Championship at Royal St. George’s Golf Club July 15-17, and will try for another high finish in the 2021 3M Open at TPC Twin Cities. He has +1100 odds to win.
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Louis Oosthuizen odds for the 3M Open
Oosthuizen’s recent form
- Oosthuizen enters this tournament with two straight top-five placements.
- Oosthuizen has qualified for the weekend in three straight events.
- Oosthuizen has finished in the top five three times over his last five tournaments.
- He’s made the cut in four of his last five events.
- Oosthuizen has finished within three shots of the leader in two of his last five appearances. Over that span, he’s finished within five shots of the winner three times and finished with a better-than-average score four times.
- He has carded an average score of -5.2 over his last five tournaments.
3M Open details
- Date: July 22-25, 2021
- Location: Blaine, MN
- Course: TPC Twin Cities
- Par: 71 / 7,468 yards
- Purse: 6.6M
- Defending Champ: Michael Thompson
Course comparison – TPC Twin Cities
- This tournament will take place on a par 71 that clocks in at 7,468 yards, 136 yards longer than the average 7,332 yards for Tour stops over the past year.
- Golfers at TPC Twin Cities have averaged a score of -10.6 per tournament, lower than the Tour-wide scoring average of -4.6 over the past year.
- The average course Oosthuizen has played over the last year (7,369 yards) is 99 yards shorter than the course he’ll be playing this week (7,468 yards).
- Events he’s played over the past year have seen players average a score of -2.4 relative to par. That’s higher than this course, which has a scoring average of -10.6.
Historical player and course insights reflect data from the 2014-15 PGA season to present.
Louis Oosthuizen 2021 results
|July 15-17||The Open Championship||3||64-65-69-71 (-11)||$682,500|
|June 17-20||U.S. Open||2||67-71-70-71 (-5)||$1,350,000|
|June 3- 6||the Memorial Tournament pres. by Nationwide||18||72-71-72-72 (-1)||$110,670|
|May 27-30||Charles Schwab Challenge||MC||N/A||$0|
|May 20-23||PGA Championship||2||71-68-72-73 (-4)||$1,056,000|
|April 29 – May 2||Valspar Championship||8||73-67-66-69 (-9)||$201,825|
|April 8-11||Masters Tournament||26||76-70-72-71 (+1)||$79,925|
|March 11-14||THE PLAYERS Championship||41||73-69-74-70 (-2)||$53,250|
|March 4- 7||Arnold Palmer Invitational Pres. By Mastercard||MDF||N/A||$0|
|February 25-28||WGC-Workday Championship at The Concession||6||69-68-70-69 (-12)||$320,667|
|February 4- 7||Waste Management Phoenix Open||11||69-67-63-71 (-14)||$177,025|
|January 28-31||Farmers Insurance Open||29||72-71-70-71 (-4)||$51,375|
Oosthuizen’s last appearance, his third-place finish in The Open Championship at Royal St. George’s Golf Club, is broken down on a round-by-round basis below.
|Round||Score||Under Par||Bogey Free||Under AVG||Strokes Off Round Leader||Round Rank|
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