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3M Open Hospitality & Grounds Tickets On Sale Starting May 19

May 12, 2021

3M Open Hospitality & Grounds Tickets On Sale Starting May 19

PGA TOUR event welcomes spectators back to TPC Twin Cities July 19-25

MAY 12, 2021

BLAINE, MN – 3M Open tournament officials announced today that hospitality and grounds tickets will be on sale to the public starting Wednesday, May 19 at 10:00 a.m. via Ticketmaster.


“We are excited to have fans back at Minnesota’s only PGA TOUR event and a golf tournament that does so much for the community via the 3M Open Fund,” said Mike Welch, 3M Open Tournament Director.  “We expect a strong field and a robust schedule of events during the week that fans will get the chance to enjoy. “


Here are the options available for purchase next week via Ticketmaster or by visiting


Fan Pass- (Grounds Ticket) $65 this includes access to the course along with access to Fan Village and the 3M Science Hub.


Compass Pass - $100 this includes admission to the course, three (3) Anheuser-Busch products and a Hamburger with Chips.


19th Hole –$150 Climate-controlled venue on the 18th Green with premium food options available for purchase


Arnie’s Cabin-$400 Climate-controlled venue on the 18th Green includes premium food and drink.


Daily Parking: $10 per day through Ticketmaster. Parking will be at the National Sports Center in Blaine, MN.


Courtesy of Cub, children age 15 and under will be admitted free to the tournament with the purchase of a Fan Pass. For more information, updates, and questions, please visit


The 3M Open’s ethos is “Golf That Matters” and is committed to remaining a platform to give back and assist the communities through the 3M Open Fund. The 3M Open Fund will donate funds raised to select Minnesota charities to support the incredible work being performed in the Twin Cities.


The seven major charity partners for the tournament are:  M Health Fairview University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital, Greater Twin Cities United Way, VEAP, Urban Ventures, YWCA Minneapolis, YWCA St. Paul and the Science Museum of Minnesota.


Working with officials from the City of Blaine, Anoka County, the State of Minnesota and the PGA TOUR, tournament officials have developed a health and safety plan in coordination with title partner, 3M.  3M will provide its technology and expertise to help provide a clean and safe plan for spectators.  Much of the same 3M Science that was used to welcome fans back to Target Field will be applied at the 3M Open.  Attendance capacities will be determined as tournament dates approach.

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About the 3M Open

A PGA TOUR event, the inaugural 3M Open contested in July of 2019 was won by Matthew Wolff in thrilling fashion with an eagle on the 72nd hole to defeat Bryson DeChambeau and Collin Morikawa by one stroke. Amid COVID-19 restrictions, Michael Thompson won the 2020 tournament by two strokes.  Minnesota’s only PGA TOUR event is contested at the TPC Twin Cities and will be held July 19-25, 2021. Managed by Pro Links Sports, the tournament benefits local programs through the 3M Open Fund. For more information, please visit Follow the 3M Open on Instagram/Twitter @3MOpen and at

  Media Contact: Lee Patterson, 3M Open Media Director, (704) 913-1088,