The 3M Open is an annual PGA Tour event that takes place at the TPC Twin Cities in Blaine, MN. The event brings 156 of the best professional golfers in the world to Blaine each year.
The 3M Open has an estimated $50 million per year economic impact for the region.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the 2020 3M Open will be played without spectators. The event will be broadcast on Golf Channel and CBS.
TPC Neighborhood Impacts
Residents living inside the secure perimeter will need a resident pass to enter into the neighborhood. These passes will be distributed by the 3M Open and any questions should be directed to the 3M Open office, they can be reached at 763-783-9000.
On the map below please note the secure access points. Anyone wishing to go through a secure access point will need a resident pass.
Residents who live on the course will not be able to access the course during tournament play. Access to the course will be restricted to credentialed tournament personnel only.
The Blaine Police Department is the lead agency for the planning and implementation of public safety activity related to the 3M Open. Only those with the proper credential or resident pass will be allowed through the credential checkpoints. Anyone in a vehicle, on a bike, or on foot will need to show the their credential to be allowed through the checkpoint.
No one will be allowed on the course without the proper credential issued by the PGA Tour.
All parking for the 2020 3M Open will be at the TPC Clubhouse and the National Sports Center.
The city has received several questions from residents inquiring about renting out their home during the tournament. The city has a procedure for rental licensing. View the information below or call 763-785-6146.