With the 2016 Olympic games featuring golf for the first time in over 100 years, I thought it was only fitting to take a look at what the teams would look like if the events began as of Saturday. There are some interesting players on the rosters, no doubt about it. There may also be some picks that you may be surprised about as well. Having golf in the Olympics again is going to be so fun and will be a big breath of fresh air in the games. This gives players the chance of accomplishing something that they thought would never have a chance to capture and that is a gold medal. Golf in the Olympics is also a very shiny, bright red cherry on top of the cake that includes the Ryder Cup. So, which players would be on the U.S. squad? On that note, here’s the rosters for each country for both men and women courtesy of the fine people at GolfRumors.com:
So, there you have it. What do you think? I know it’s really early but with so many talents today, it would really be interesting seeing them play in the Olympics if it started today. Hey you never know, maybe these rosters will be nearly accurate come the time of the Olympics. One thing’s for sure and that if these were the rosters then it would be a pretty hot Olympics. I however won’t be surprised if the roster is even hotter and stronger come 2016 with so many tremendous young talents coming out of high school and college now. So, who do you think should have or shouldn’t have been featured on these rosters? Let me know in the comments!
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