After last year's 3M Open in Blaine, Minnesota, was played without fans in attendance due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the third year of the PGA Tour tournament will once again have fans walking the grounds of the TPC Twin Cities.
“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, in a statement. “We expect a strong field and a robust schedule of events during the week that fans will get the chance to enjoy."
Tickets go on sale Wednesday, May 19 at 10 a.m. They will be available through Ticketmaster with prices ranging from $65 to $400. Here are the options, according to the press release:
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.
The tickets available beginning May 19 will be limited, and it's unclear yet how many fans will be allowed to attend the tournament each day, July 19-25. In February, the Star Tribune reported that tournament officials were hoping to have 10,000 fans per day, though Gov. Walz's recently relaxing COVID-19 restrictions could mean even more fans will be allowed to attend.
Parking costs $10 per day, with passes also available through Ticketmaster.
The purchase of a Fan Pass will allow ticket holders to bring kids, ages 15 and under, to the tournament for free.
The tournament field has not been announced.