Which players are the favorites this time around, who offers good chances and which props are worth considering?
The deputy editor of sports betting, David Bearman, and the betting analyst Anita Marks present their best bets.
Odds courtesy of Caesars Sportsbook by William Hill, unless otherwise stated.
Betting to win
Tony Finau to win (+1400); top-10 finish (+125)
Bearman: This is not a typo. Yes, I choose Tony Finau in this column to win, something I promised never to do before he really does. But if he is ever going to win his 2nd PGA Tour, a bomber paradise against a sub-par field would be a logical place. Finau went T-23 and T-3 in the two years of this event and had a short share of the lead on Sunday last year before fading to 3rd. He has the game to make it happen on this track because he is T-10 in shots that are tea-to-green and 25th overall. His difficulty this season was the accuracy of the tea (183rd), but you can get away with it at TPC Twin Cities. After missing the track at the U.S. Open and Travelers, Finau bounced back last week for a T-15 finish at The Open. His lone PGA Tour event was in 2016 in Puerto Rico and he has since achieved 39 Top 10 finishes. He must hold one of these trophies, and this track and field is ripe for him to do so.