Kenny Perry is the winner of the 2018 3M Championship! Perry’s three-day 21-under par total was three shots clear of Wes Short, Jr. Perry joins Hale Irwin as the only three-time winner of the tournament and comes just five days shy of his 58thbirthday, making him the oldest winner in the 26-year history of the 3M Championship. Perry’s 12-under second round also tied the tournament record low of 60 set by Paul Goydos in 2017, who went on to win that event.
Tom Lehman, who grew up in Alexandria, Minnesota, went to college at the University of Minnesota, and co-designed the TPC Twin Cities with Arnold Palmer, finished tied for tenth.
2018 3M CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL LEADERBOARD
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The team of Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player and Lee Trevino, captained by Jerry Pate, won this year’s Post-It® Products Greats of Golf Challenge. The tournament within the 3M Championship celebrated its 15thyear as an 18-hole scramble format featuring professional golf legends from the PGA and LPGA TOURS. They delighted the crowds on Saturday and signed autographs for fans young and young at heart. Gary Player even told a couple of young fans to “drop and give me 10” push-ups, with Player leading the way.
The 3M Championship will donate $1.3 million in support of healthcare programs at Allina
Health and has donated over $26 million to charity since 1993.
The 3M Championship wishes to thank the PGA TOUR Champions players, our generous sponsors, dedicated volunteers and the Minnesota golf fans for your tremendous support of the tournament over the past 26 years.