The Best Female Golfers Converge in Rio

Posted on 22nd August 2016

The Rio golf competition bringing together the best women golfers was completed this weekend. According to experts and competitors, competition organization was on hight level both from a technical and organizational positions. Leading during all 4 rounds, Korean PARK Inbee won gold (-16), overtaking New Zealend athlete KO Lidia (-11), which became the silver Olympic […]


Ladies golf competition in full swing

Posted on 19th August 2016

The second round of golf competitions among women is completed at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.  Two days before the end of competition there are 12 out of 60 women rated from – 10 to – 6 pairs clearly in the lead. The average age of these 12 leaders is 24 years, ranging […]


New discipline, new records

Posted on 16th August 2016

The 14th August golf Olympic competition for men was culminated in Rio. Golf competition, returned to the Olympics for the first time in 112 years, set several records, not directly related to Olympism. First of all, the age of participants is 15-20 years older than in other Olympic sports. The chart below shows that the […]


Golfers say Yes to traditional medecine

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During the third press conference, journalists met with New Zealand leading players, where there is currently not the main leading player, occupying the first place in the PGA rankings. Our correspondent Yury Guscho got to talk to the New Zealand player Danny Lee, born in Korea. In particular, he asked if the player used in […]


Why have leading golfers refused to participate in the competition ?

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The International Golf Association held three press conferences. The first was led by Mr. Dawson, the president of International Golf Federation. The conference was devoted to the problems of interaction between the International Golf Associations and the Olympic Movement. The reason for the press conference was the absence of leading golfers (men) at the Olympic […]