Craig Brischke, golf pro and general partner with wife Andrea at Tanners Brook Golf Club in Forest Lake, played two rounds against some of the world’s best golfers when he competed in the 3M Open held at TPC Twin Cities in Blaine July 4-7.
Brischke earned his spot in the PGA Tour event by virtue of his victory in the 2018 Minnesota PGA championship. Brischke shot rounds of 82 and 78 to finish at 18-over par. A 3-under or better through two rounds was required to make the cut. Rookie player Matthew Wolff won the title at 21-under with an eagle putt on the final hole of play. World No. 6 Bryson DeChambeau and Colin Morikawa tied for second place, just one stroke back.
World No. 1 Brooks Koepka (6-under, 65th) and the legendary Phil Mickelson (5-over, cut) were also among the field.
The 3M Open brought PGA Tour play back to Minnesota for the first time since 1969.
PGA.com features the full leaderboard as well as maps of every shot taken in the event, including those by Brischke.