The Most Interesting Part Of Olympic Golf Might Be The Course Itself
Officials had a new course built for the Olympic Games, but it's been mired in controversy. And some critics argue it didn't need to be built at all.By Ryan Biek | August 11, 2016
With many of the world's top golfers opting out of the Rio Olympics, the top storyline for the men's opening round may be the course itself.
Known simply as the Olympic Golf Course, it's making its competitive debut on Thursday. And because it's been 112 years since golf was a sport in the Olympics, a lot is riding on the course setting up challenging and entertaining performances.