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    Olympic Men's Competition

    Justin Thomas 10/1
    Shane Lowry 22/1
    Mackenzie Hughes 66/1

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulW View Post
    Justin Thomas 10/1
    Shane Lowry 22/1
    Mackenzie Hughes 66/1

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    For some reason JT caught my eye as well. I have zero to back it other than I can see him wearing a gold metal.

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    Men and Women

    WOMEN'S OLYMPIC GOLF - WINNER ( ALL IN) Brooke Henderson +1600
    WOMEN'S OLYMPIC GOLF - WINNER ( ALL IN) Lexi Thompson +1600

    MEN'S OLYMPIC GOLF - WINNER ( ALL IN ) Collin Morikawa +1000
    MEN'S OLYMPIC GOLF - WINNER ( ALL IN ) Sungjae Im +2500

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    C Smith -105 (C Smith vrs S Lowry)
    S Valimaki +140 (S Valimaki vrs A Meronk)
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    Olympics:

    Cameron Smith(20/1) (1/4 for 1-2-3-4-5) e.w.
    Shane Lowry(25/1) e.w.
    Jazz Janewattananond(125/1) e.w.
    Si Woo Kim(45/1) e.w.
    Viktor Hovland(11/1) e.w.
    Guido Migliozi(55/1) e.w.
    - - With only about 3 of the Top 10 and 15 of the Top 40 players in the WGR in the field, any type of leaderboard at an Asian site after shallow on-site prep would really not surprise me. Also, the absence of fans in a metropolitan area of 37 million might give a spooky vibe to the proceedings, and could well favor some outsiders possessed of a lifelong passion for Olympic champions to generate their own energy . . . To the extent it might be helpful, my speculation on a comparable course would be Quail Hollow . . . I like the intangibles of Cameron Smith in this specific spot about as well as anyone . . . I have been wagering on Shane Lowry having a big moment this year at about every big opportunity, and this will be no exception . . . I would be bereft if Jazz Janewattananond came through with a big effort and I didnít have a wager on him . . . Even without massive crowds, I simply donít like the circumstances of Sunjae Im being paired with McIlroy and Morikawa the first two days, so that even if he emerges in a strong position, he faces two even more stressful days to get to the podium. I much prefer the prospects of Si Woo Kim emerging in a position of strength for the weekend after two days with a much more low key pairing . . . Norwegians are passionate about the Olympics, or so Iíve heard . . . Guido Migliozi is just for the heck of it.

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    Rd 1:

    Vik +100 Collin **

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    I was slow to look for and find the best leaderboard site, but I finally got there. For any that may not know . . .

    Link to the Olympics Golf Leaderboard:

    https://olympics.com/tokyo-2020/olym...nl-000100-.htm

    Add (+) the golfer on the right to get all their scoring and shot tracking info. Cumulative Player Statistics also available.

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    2nd Round

    R Paratore +105 (R Paratore vrs K Samooja)
    R Fox +155 (C Conners vrs R Fox)
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    Quote Originally Posted by boomer1 View Post
    Rd 1:

    Vik +100 Collin **

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    Iím-125 Fleet **

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    3rd Round

    Went light at the beginning, trying to jump on some large number and others that really have a good chance.

    UPDATE #2 - MEN'S OLYMPIC GOLF - WINNER (ALL IN ) Carlos Ortiz +815
    UPDATE #2 - MEN'S OLYMPIC GOLF - WINNER (ALL IN ) Paul Casey +1515
    UPDATE #2 - MEN'S OLYMPIC GOLF - WINNER (ALL IN ) Viktor Hovland +2850
    UPDATE #2 - MEN'S OLYMPIC GOLF - WINNER (ALL IN ) Jhonattan Vegas +6050
    UPDATE #2 - MEN'S OLYMPIC GOLF - WINNER (ALL IN ) Jazz Janewattananond +6050
    UPDATE #2 - MEN'S OLYMPIC GOLF - WINNER (ALL IN ) Sebastian Munoz +6050
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    golf.com 7/30/21

    What the Olympic golf scene looks (and sounds) like when players have time to kill

    Link: https://golf.com/news/weather-delays-golf-olympics/


    . . . Justin Thomas motored into the clubhouse for a bathroom break. He was the pace car, really, in the race to the air conditioning.

    The heat index had swelled into the mid-90s, so those 32 tables and 132 chairs were in high demand. There might only be 60 players in the field, but that also means 60 caddies and dozens of team managers and physios. There were also female competitors (prepping for the womenís event next week) and their caddies hanging out. A dozen women had been practicing on the driving range when the horn blew, but now they were part of golfís little game of musical chairs, too.

    Not five minutes had passed before every seat in the clubhouse was occupied. Well, there was one available in the middle of the room next to . . . For those worried about Covid protocols, just know that plexiglass separated every seat at every table, and a clubhouse attendant walked around passing out fresh masks . . .

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    3rd Round

    J Janewattananond -120 (R Sabbatini vrs J Janewattananond)
    C Ortiz -105 (C Ortiz vrs M Pereira)
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    Been CAF on match ups

    Thomas Pieters -115 (Guido Migliozzi vrs Thomas Pieters)
    Cameron Smith -110 (Joaquin Niemann vrs Cameron Smith)
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    I know many will shake their head and say there no value there. There will be value if he wins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boomer1 View Post
    I know many will shake their head and say there no value there. There will be value if he wins.
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    Agreed Boomer. I am on him to beat Casey in the final round. Played it fairly large. Hope he wins the gold.
    "For every moment of triumph, for every instance of beauty, many souls must be trampled." - Dr. Hunter S. Thompson

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    Quote Originally Posted by boomer1 View Post
    I know many will shake their head and say there no value there. There will be value if he wins.
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    Good Job, Hell of a par on the last
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    Quote Originally Posted by Another Steve View Post
    Good Job, Hell of a par on the last
    Thanks Steve. Shaky back 9, the 13th easy par 5 he almost missed the golf course with his drive and like you say bad drive off 18 and had to save par with a 6-8 foot par put. Iíll take it.

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    Stat of the Day:

    Tiger Woods has won 22.5% of his PGA Tour starts (82 of 365).

    Annika Sorenstam has won 23.4% of her LPGA Tour starts (72 of 307 + 1).

    I did not think that was even a possibility.

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