Best DraftKings Sleeper Picks $7,200 and Under at 3M Open

  • The best sleeper picks for the 3M Open are Greyson Sigg ($7,200), Harry Hall ($6,800), and Ben Taylor ($6,200).
  • These three golfers boast key statistics that give them an edge over other golfers with similar prices.

BLAINE, Minn.Greyson Sigg is the most expensive golfer of the sleeper picks, but he’s proved himself worthy of the $7,200 price tag for the 3M Open. Sigg makes the cut nearly 60% of the time and finished T-13 at the John Deere Classic earlier this month.

Greyson Sigg ($7,200)

Greyson Sigg was most impressive at the Travelers Championship where he finished 14-under par. Sigg finished with two rounds of 66 and two rounds of 67, notching six birdies to earn his fifth top 20 finish of the season.

Greyson Sigg’s main selling point is his ball striking. Sigg ranked top 20 in strokes gained off the tee and approach in a stacked Travelers Championship field.

The 3M Open at TPC Twin Cities requires strong iron play and Greyson Sigg checks that box.

Harry Hall ($6,800)

Harry Hall has struggled to put it together recently, but the key to his DFS value at $6,800 is his consistency making the cut. Hall made the cut in five of his last seven events and made the cut in 64% of his events played this season.

Three top 10 finishes, including a T-3 at the Charles Schwab challenge also improves his value at $6,800 for the 3M Open.

Ben Taylor ($6,200)

Ben Taylor is a great golf gambling option for a cheap price at $6,200. When it comes to other players in this price range, none can compete with Taylor’s four top 10 finishes and 13 of 26 cuts made.

Taylor ranks 55th on the PGA Tour in approaches from 175-200 yards out, meaning his irons game is well fit for TPC River Cities. He also ranks 29th in putting strokes gained, making his $6,200 price even more valuable.