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Men's golf Olympics odds

Who wins Men's golf at the Olympics 2021?

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Men’s Golf in Summer Olympics Tokyo, Japan 2020

Japan is going to host The Summer Olympics in Tokyo from Fri, Jul 24, 2020 – Sun, Aug 9, 2020. Almost 12000 athletes are going to compete in 399 events. 120 golfers will face each other in Golf events, 60 males and the same number of female golfers. The qualification of golfers will be based upon their international ranking in June 2020; for males, it will be 22nd June while for females, it will be 29th of June 2020 and the top 15 male and female players will qualify, with a limit of only 4 golfers from each country; this way. The highest-ranked players of other countries will fill the remaining slots. As per IGF's rules, Japan's participation is already confirmed being the host nation, furthermore the IGF has stated that at least one player from each geographical region (Asia, Europe, Africa, Oceania, and the Americas) will qualify for the golf event in Tokyo 2020. 

Kasumigaseki Country Club of Saitama, Japan, will be the host for the contest. KCC was founded in 1929 and hosted the first Golf world cup in Japan in 1957. Kasumigaseki Country Club consists of two golf courses; East Course and West Course. East Course is the venue for Tokyo 2020, it is a par 71 golf course and its length is 6514 yards from the championship tees.

Justin Rose of England will defend his title as he won the last Olympic golf tournament when grabbed the gold medal in 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Sweden's Henrick Stenson won the silver while Matt Kuchar of America fisted the Bronze medal in the same tournament.

In the presence of top players, the host nation has a razor-thin chance of winning the medal in this event. The best Japanese golfer is Hideki Matsuyama, who is 21st in the world ranking, Shugo Imahira is the second-best golfer of Japan and he is number 32 in the same list.

The world number one, Brooks Koepka is in great form and keeps winning tournaments one after one, he is the top dog to win gold in Tokyo. The other notable players who can pull the victory are, Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson, Justin Rose, Justin Thomas, and Francesco Molinari.