Patrick Reed, one of the most recognizable names in golf, will play at the inaugural 3M Open this July in Blaine.
The tournament confirmed Reed's commitment on Wednesday.
Reed, who captained Team USA at the Ryder Cup last summer, will return to Minnesota for the first time since 2016 when he also participated in the Ryder Cup at Hazeltine National Golf Course in Chaska.
So far, Reed and Bryson DeChambeau are the two biggest names confirmed for the tournament.
The Texas native isn't exactly the most likable guy either.
He has a colorful rivalry with Rory McIlroy; he mouthed a homophobic slur that was picked up TV coverage and at last year's Ryder Cup he was reportedly upset at his own teammates for being paired with Tiger Woods and not Jordan Spieth.
The 3M Open week is July 1-7 at TPC Twin Cities in Blaine. The Minnesota-based company announced a seven-year partnership with the PGA last July, which will be part of the FedEx Cup season.
TPC Twin Cities had hosted the 3M Championship for the past 18 years but that partnership was part of the PGA Tour Champions.
The Associated Press notes it's the first regular PGA Tour Event in the state since 1969.
Daily, weekly and premium tickets are already available for purchase.