2023 3M Open: Top 10 Power Rankings at TPC Twin Cities

Emiliano Grillo, 3M Open, TPC Twin Cities,(Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
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Cameron Young appears to be getting his groove back. He played his way into the final group once again at a major last week and is showing signs of life after a bit of a sophomore slump on the PGA Tour.

Young did not play his best golf on Sunday at Royal Liverpool and was unable to push Open Championship winner Brian Harman, but Young still reeled in T-8th for his fourth top-10 finish in 10 career starts in the majors.

It was also his second straight top-10, which includes T-6th a few weeks ago at the John Deere Classic. The Wake Forest alum is up to five-straight made cuts after back-to-back MCs prior.

He’s surging into form at just the right time. Young sits 8th in the American Ryder Cup standings. Cracking the top six to earn an automatic qualifier spot by the time the points standings closed after the BMW Championship will likely require a win and another solid finish or two.

Whether or not Young finds the winner’s circle, some more play like he’s shown the last couple weeks can pique the attention of captain Zach Johnson.

Young is making his 3M Open debut this week.

The big hitter can let loose this week at TPC Twin Cities. He’s third on the PGA Tour in average driving distance (317.3) and is 12th in strokes gained per round off-the-tee (.589).

The 27-year-old is known for holding up well at demanding golf courses. However, he’s well suited to birdie bonanzas, too. Young is sixth in birdie or better percentage (34.61%) and fourth in birdies per round (4.37).