The Longshots Report is your guide to high-priced golfers that can earn us profits in some of the less popular markets without winning the Tournament – First Round Leader, Top 10, 20, Make Cut etc

Last week at The Open we managed to get 3 of our 5 longshots through to the weekend. Unfortunately the best finish was in the high 40’s for Tom Kim so not a lot of green made it’s way to our wallets.

This week we’ve got the 3M Open from Minnesota. Not many of the big guns make it here and this week is no exception, although Hideki and Tony Finau are in the field and head the market, naturally.

You can also check out the Golf Insider’s full preview for the tournament right here.

Here’s our 3M Open Hit Squad:

  • Beau Hossler @ 101 :us:
  • Garrick Higgo @ 101 :flag-za:
  • Michael Gligic @ 101 :flag-ca:
  • Callum Tarren @ 131 :flag-england:
  • Cole Hammer @ 251 :us:

And the details:

Beau Hossler @ 101 :us:

Still a tour maiden as struggles to put 4 rounds together. Has shot 65 (twice) around this track which makes him a solid option for First Round Leader as he’s in the morning wave on Thursday.


Garrick Higgo @ 101 :flag-za:

It’s been a tough season for Higgo missing plenty of Cuts but finishing 47th in last week’s Open Championship. Has won on Tour and clearly has the game to win again but will need to hit it straight this week to complement his power game off the tee.


Michael Gligic @ 101 :flag-ca:

Another big driver of the ball is on a great run of 8 cuts made in a row, dating back to April, with a Top 10 at the John Deere the best of those finishes. Is also 2 for 2 in Cuts made in this tournament.


Callum Tarren @ 131 :flag-england:

A big hitter that is better suited in these “lower” grade fields with 6th (John Deere) and 22nd in last week’s Barracuda as his latest US performances. The Englishman won’t have to be brilliant to finish high up here.


Cole Hammer @ 251 :us:

Only turned pro last month but managed to finish 7th last week at just his 3rd start on the Korn Ferry Tour which included rounds of 63-64 on Friday and Saturday. That was really top golf and we’re getting a great price on him playing well over the first 2 days in order to make the weekend and bring the Top 20, Top 40 markets into play.


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