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Overview of the 2016 women’s Olympic golf competition

Inbee Park of Korea captured Asia’s first Olympic Games golf gold medal when she completed a remarkable recovery from injury to underscore her status as one of the latter-day greats of the women’s game. The 28-year-old from Seoul recorded her third sublime 66 at Reserva de Marapendi Golf Course in Rio de Janeiro to win the first women’s competition since 1900 by five shots from New Zealand’s Lydia Ko and by six from Shanshan Feng of China. Park finished on a 16-under-par total of 268 with scores of 66-66-70-66. Park turned the final day in front of a sell-out crowd into a stunning exhibition of brilliantly controlled golf, extending her lead from two strokes overnight into a commanding five-shot victory over world No.1 Ko, who rolled in a seven-foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole for a 69 and 273 total to claim the silver medal. Feng matched Ko’s closing score to take the bronze on 274.

About the Olympic golf competition

There was a men’s and women’s golf competition at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Both competitions comprised 72 holes of stroke play (four rounds of 18 holes), scheduled over four consecutive days. A total of 60 players competed in both the men’s and women’s events respectively. The three players with the lowest cumulative scores for the four rounds were awarded with gold, silver and bronze medals.


Maria Verchenova on her course record

Maria Verchenova made her mark on the women’s Olympic golf competition in more ways than one with an ace and a course record in the final round on Saturday. Russia’s sole ...


Aditi: Happy to officially be an Olympian

The youngest Olympic golf competitor, Aditi Ashok, 18, from India, reflects on a week where she hit the global headlines and excited the fans with rounds of 68, 68, 79 ...


Golf’s Return to the Olympics Posts Record Viewership for Women’s Golf

Golf Channel schedule for the Olympics featured the most live coverage ever for a women’s golf event (34.5 hours), which was bolstered all week with an additional 35.5 hours of ...


A walk in the Olympic Park for Inbee

Inbee Park of Korea captured Asia’s first Olympic Games golf gold medal when she completed a remarkable recovery from injury to underscore her status as one of the latter-day greats ...


Life is just ace for Ko as Park leads race for Olympic title

World No. 1 Lydia Ko chose the perfect moment to register the first hole-in-one of her life today – and that sweetest of seven iron shots could potentially lead her ...


Park leads by one over Lewis after second round

Inbee Park leads Stacy Lewis by a stroke at 10-under-par midway through the women's Olympic Golf competition at Rio 2016. Full scores The South Korean continued her impressive recovery from a ...


Jutanugarn leads after historic day for women's golf

Ariya Jutanugarn of Thailand delivered another masterclass in a season overflowing with dominant performances by shooting a six under par 65 to grab the lead after the first round of ...


Women’s Golf Podium May Look Younger Than Men’s

The men’s Olympic Golf podium this past Sunday exuded experience and longevity with the likes of PGA TOUR veterans Justin Rose (gold), Henrik Stenson (silver) and Matt Kuchar (bronze). The ...


Keeping it in the Olympic Family

Above: Marianne Skarpnord of Norway and fiancé Richard Green The women golfers have been relishing their chance to tee up as Olympic athletes and, unlike in most other sports, they have ...


Women Take Centre Stage in Historic Return to Olympic Golf

A golden glow settled over the sport of golf on Sunday when Justin Rose captured the men’s Olympic Games golf crown. Now, the women take centre stage at Reserva de ...


Matthew and Hull inspired by Rose

Great Britain’s Catriona Matthew and Charley Hull have described how they have been inspired by Justin Rose’s Olympic gold medal winning performance. Rose added the Olympic crown to his 2013 US ...


Nagl proud to follow da Silva by hitting first Olympic tee shot

Miriam Nagl will join her fellow Brazilian, Adilson da Silva, in the history books on Wednesday when she hits the opening tee shot in the women’s Olympic Games golf competition ...


Brazil’s Olympic golf legacy: to be the biggest force in South America

For a country with the world’s fifth biggest land mass, and a population of around 200 million, Brazil’s golfing community represents a very small drop in a very large ocean. ...


The wait is over… Olympic Golf is back

The longest wait between a final putt and the next tee shot will finally end at 07.30 on Thursday morning at Reserva de Marapendi Golf Course in Rio de Janeiro. Golf ...


Fabienne In-Albon reports from Rio

Swiss star Fabienne In-Albon writes from the Olympic Games in Rio, where she will write history as an Olympic athlete. It’s the middle of the night, I’m sitting in the aeroplane on ...


Amateurs aiming high in Rio

The ancient Olympic Games motto of Citius, Altius, Fortius may sometimes appear from another era, but in the case of three young women golfers, the Latin phrase for Faster, Higher, ...


Why Olympic Golf reigns in Spain

Azahara Muñoz and Carlota Ciganda, above, will represent Spain in the women's competition from Wednesday, August 17 When the first Olympic tee shot in 112 years is struck at 7.30am Rio time ...


Olympic Golf Course achieves recognition from Golf Environment Organization

The Rio Olympic Golf Course has today been recognised for its commitment and contribution to the enhancement of the environment. Following three years of extensive reporting, monitoring, evaluation and site visits ...


International Golf Federation Confirms Draw for Men's Olympic Competition

The International Golf Federation has announced the draw for the first and second rounds of the Men’s Golf Competition at Rio 2016.  At 7.30am local time on Thursday 11th August, ...


Exciting times for Catriona Matthew

By Team GB’s Catriona Matthew… This is one of the most exciting times of my career. It began with sealing qualification for the Olympic Games and then being chosen by Annika ...


Fields confirmed for Olympic Games golf competitions

The names of the 120 men and women who will create golf history in Rio de Janeiro next month have been ratified today (Tuesday, July 19) with the publication of ...


Final Olympic Golf Rankings Published

The two-year qualification process for golf’s return to the Olympic Games for the first time in 112 years has been completed with the publication today of the Final Olympic Golf ...


Madsen: I can’t wait to wear Danish colours!

By Nanna Koerstz Madsen When I won the Tipsport Golf Masters in the Czech Republic, I suddenly realised that the Olympic Games is just around the corner and that I will ...


50 Days Until Women's Tee Off at Rio 2016

With 50 Days until the Women's Olympic Golf Competition Tees Off at Rio 2016, LET Members Chloe Leurquin (Belgium), Noora Tamminen (Finland) and Miriam Nagl (Brazil) participated in a fun ...


Marvellous Madsen

Nanna Koerstz Madsen of Denmark claimed her first title on the European Ladies Tour with a five shot win over Scotland’s Pamela Pretswell and Stacey Keating of Australia in the ...


Fame beckons for Klára Spilková

Klára discusses her Road to Rio... Something happened recently that made me think of the Olympic Games. It was before our event in Morocco and I went to a pub with ...


Miriam Nagl qualifies for US Women's Open

Potential Brazilian Olympian Miriam Nagl yesterday qualified for the US Women's Open with rounds of 72 and 63 - which matched her own personal low round record - for a ...


Jutanugarn makes her move

Olympic Movers and Shakers – Week Ending May 29 The Women: There is no arguing that Ariya Jutanugarn of Thailand is the most in-form player in world golf. Ariya, who won the ...


Sandra Gal wants to make her country proud

I’m not underestimating the role that luck has played in my career and in particular, in helping me to play in this summer’s Olympic Games. Part of my good fortune ...


Feng's Olympic Dream Getting Closer

When I think of playing in the Olympic Games I begin to shake, it’s so exciting. Timing is everything in life and I feel so lucky to be born when ...


Alain Zobrist, CEO of Swiss Timing,
writes a guest blog

For the 1932 Olympic Games in Los Angeles, one of Omega’s highly skilled watchmakers made the long journey by boat and train from Switzerland to the west coast of America. ...


Two Brazilians on the Women's Olympic Golf Ranking

Olympic Movers and Shakers – Week Ending April 17 The Women: Cristie Kerr fell to 16th on the rankings so she is currently not eligible for USA.   Victoria Lovelady of Brazil is in and ...


England’s Charley Hull
On inspiring kids to win gold medals

Charley Hull Ladies European Tour Member The Rio 2016 Olympic Games is such a big feature of our year. Already, in almost every press conference and media interview, the questions about golf’s ...


Olympic Movers and Shakers – Week Ending April 10

The Men Danny is the daddy Danny Willett, the 2016 Masters champion, not only consolidated his position in the field for the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, but for the first ...


Ko is a real knockout

Olympic Movers and Shakers – Week Ending April 2 The Women Lydia Ko consolidated her lofty position as No.1 on the Olympic Rankings after capturing the first women’s major championship of the ...


Olympic golf winners to get Majors exemptions

Gold medallists in the Olympic Games will receive a one-year exemption into golf’s Major championships. The men’s champion in Rio will be exempt into the Masters, US Open, Open Championship and ...


Brazilian Miriam Nagl
on her Pursuit of the Host Country Place

Miriam Nagl Ladies European Tour Member Brazil is an exciting, vibrant and beautiful country, but not one we would naturally associate with golf. So when it comes to the country’s Olympic history, ...


Franklin and Vonn get behind Olympic Golf

With little more than four months until the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, United States Olympic gold medalists Missy Franklin and Lindsey Vonn have thrown their weight behind ...

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