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Tony Finau comes from behind to win by three shots
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July 25, 2022
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3M Open 2022 R4

July 21-24
TPC Twin Cities, Blaine, Minnesota
Round 1, Round 2, Round 3

Estimated reading time: 8 minutes

Tony Finau started the day five shots behind the lead but quickly moved to the top when Scott Piercy stumbled.

3M Open 2022 R4

Finau closed with a 67 to reach 17-under and win the 3M Open, his third PGA Tour title, by three shots.

"I was just chasing all day, that's all I remember," said the American. "Really all week. Scott played amazing golf and the thing about out here, I just know what the experience that I have, you just have to keep playing. Anything can happen and that's what I did.

"When I really needed to hole putts, I did starting on 11, again on 14, 15, 16. I mean, I made some really crucial putts when I really needed them. Then a little bit of some heroics on the stretch on 17 and 18. A crazy bounce on 17. I called bank in the air, so I think that cancels everything out, but I did get a great bounce there and I took advantage of that."

3M Open 2022 R4

"But it was quite a different feeling when I got on the 17th tee because I was just - I thought I had - I was almost chasing 20 under all day I felt like. Seemed like Scott wasn't letting up all tournament, so to all of a sudden have the lead, I will say I got quite nervous on 17 just because it was a whole different feel on how the week was going. I never was near the lead. I was near the top of the leaderboard, but I was never within four or five shots.

"All of a sudden I was the one leading the golf tournament. Sometimes you've got to learn how to play with a lead, so it was a tournament that I just -- I didn't know I was going to be in that situation. A couple squirrelly shots on 17 and 18, but I willed my way in and really happy to get that W."

3M Open 2022 R4

South Korea's Sungjae Im shot a 68 for a share of second place at 14-under alongside Argentinian Emiliano Grillo who carded a 1.

Piercy, after breaking the 54-hole record on Saturday, made four birdies, six bogeys and a double bogey to close with a 76. He finished third at 13-under alongside fellow Americans James Hahn (65) and Tom Hoge (70).

3M Open 2022 R4

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T2Sungjae Im-1465706768270
T2Emiliano Grillo-1467656771270
T4James Hahn-1369706765271
T4Tom Hoge-1367686670271
T4Scott Piercy-1365646676271
T7Danny Willett-1072666868274
T7Callum Tarren-1071637169274
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T11Peter Malnati-868696970276
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T11Andrew Putnam-871686473276
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T16Hank Lebioda-768746768277
T16Cam Davis-770687069277
T16Scott Brown-769746470277
T16Michael Gligic-772696769277
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T16Lee Hodges-770676773277
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DQArjun Atwal7378151
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