Golf Olympics odds

Who wins Men's golf at the Olympics 2021?

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Golf was highlighted prominently in the official program of the Summer Olympic Games in 1900 and 1904. After a 112-year hiatus, the IOC agreed to reintroduce this event for the 2016 Summer Olympics during its session in Copenhagen in October 2009. It's a fact that golf made a triumphant revival to the Olympics in 2016. Since the 2016 Olympics, qualification has been based on the Men's Official World Golf Rankings and Women's World Golf Rankings, with the top 15 players in each gender automatically qualifying, with a maximum of four players per country, followed by the highest-ranked players from countries that had not yet qualified two players.

This year's Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo will feature this event once again. The COVID-19 pandemic urged the International Olympic Committee to postpone the whole 2020 Olympics until 2021, and while the IOC is ready to go through with the tournament this summer, there are concerns regarding the number of spectators allowed and much of the logistics.

The 72-hole stroke-play championships for both the men's and women's Olympic Games will be held at Kasumigaseki Country Club in Kasahata, Saitama, Japan, about 35 miles northwest of Tokyo. As was the case in Rio, both events will include 60 players from their respective home countries.

Qualification plays an essential part in the selection of players at the Summer Olympics in golf. The International Golf Federation rankings, not any form of the qualifying tournament, were used to select golf for the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

With a total of 60 players qualifying in each competition as of June 21, 2021, for men and June 28, 2021, for women. In this practice, the top 15 players from each gender qualified, with a maximum of four golfers per country qualifying. The remaining slots were given to the top-ranked players from nations with less than two golfers qualifying, with a maximum of two per country. According to the IGF, at least one golfer from the host country and one from each continent qualified. Weekly qualifying lists based on current men's and women's rankings were released by the IGF.

Notable winners Sergio Garcia, Martin Kaymer, and Louis Oosthuizen, as well as Masters and US Open winner Dustin Johnson, are likely to refuse to compete in the men's golf tournament at the Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo next month.

The men's competition will take place from July 29 to August 1 at Kasumigaseki Country Club in Japan, while the women's competition will take place from August 4 to 7 at the same location.

Who wins Women's golf at the Olympics 2021?

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Nelly Korda
Jin Young Ko
Inbee Park
Sei Young Kim
Hyo Joo Kim
Danielle Kang
Lydia Ko
Tavatanakit, Patty
Ariya Jutanugarn
Nasa Hataoka
Patty Tavatanakit
Brooke Henderson
Hataoka, Nasa
Leona Maguire
Minjee Lee
Lexi Thompson
Yuka Saso
Shanshan Feng
Hannah Green
Saso, Yuka
Green, Hannah
Jessica Korda
Xi Yu Lin
Castren, Matilda
Matilda Castren
Boutier, Céline
Celine Boutier
Inami, Mone
Mone Inami
Gaby Lopez
Anna Nordqvist
Carlota Ciganda
Emily Kristine Pedersen
Melissa Reid
Koerstz Madsen, Nanna
Sagstrom, Madelene
Shadoff, Jodi Ewart
Caroline Masson
Delacour, Perrine
Pedersen, Emily Kristine
Popov, Sophia
Madelene Sagstrom
Nanna Koerstz Madsen
Sophia Popov
Jodi Ewart Shadoff
Nuutinen, Sanna
Sanna Nuutinen
Wei-Ling Hsu
Perrine Delacour
Bianca Pagdanganan
Min Lee
Pia Babnik
Azahara Munoz
Albane Valenzuela
Anne Van Dam
Pagdanganan, Bianca
Van Dam, Anne
Alena Sharp
Stephanie Meadow
Maria Fassi
Giulia Molinaro
Babnik, Pia
Aditi Ashok
Christine Wolf
Kelly Tan
Kim Metraux
Simmermacher, Magdalena
Torres, Maria Fernanda
Magdalena Simmermacher
Tiffany Chan
Colombotto Rosso, Lucrezia
Daffinrud, Tonje
Dagar, Diksha
De Roey, Manon
Maria Fernanda Torres
Metraux, Kim
Klára Spilková
Paula Reto
Daniela Darquea
Maha Haddioui
Mariajo Uribe
Manon De Roey
Tonje Daffinrud
Lucrezia Colombotto Rosso