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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 207
EVENT INFO COURSE: Olympic Golf Course, Reserva de Marapendi LOCATION: Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL PAR: 71 AUSSIES IN THE FIELD: Minjee Lee and Su Oh. TV TIMES* ROUND 1: Wednesday (Channel 7, 7two or 7mate LIVE 8.30pm to 5am) ROUND 2: Thursday (Channel 7, 7two or 7mate LIVE 8.30pm to 5am) ROUND 3: Friday (Channel 7, 7two or 7mate LIVE 8.30pm to 5am) ROUND 4: Saturday (Channel 7, 7two or 7mate LIVE 8pm to 4.50am) *AEST, check local guides World No.1 Lydia Ko (New Zealand) is the logical favourite, as each of the top- three golfers own major titles in 2016, the elite group including World No.2 Ariya Jutanugarn (Thailand) and No.3 Brooke Henderson (Canada). (US Women’s Open champion Brittany Lang didn’t qualify.) Yet the odds suggest it will be a South Korean with a gold medal around her neck on Saturday. Anyone paying attention to the lead-up to the qualifying cut-off would have been aware of how the ultra- competitive Koreans were playing their hearts out just to qualify. With a maximum of four players from each nation permitted in Rio, several highly ranked golfers were always going to miss out, which means the four who did qualify – Inbee Park, Sei Young Kim, Amy Yang and In Gee Chun – are already battle-hardened. The numbers are in their favour. E CLICK THE BUTTONS BELOW TO REVEAL >
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