Olympics Golf field: Here’s who will be competing in Tokyo

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Justin Thomas and Collin Morikawa will make up one quarter of the American golfers competing in Japan.

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The 2020 Olympics field is set (although it’s happening in 2021) and the United States will have more golfers represented than any other nation during this year’s Games. Two more than any other nation, to be exact. 

America will be represented by Justin Thomas, Collin Morikawa, Xander Schauffele and Bryson DeChambeau on the men’s side, and Nelly Korda, Danielle Kang, Lexi Thompson and Jessica Korda on the women’s side. Should there be some red, white and blue on golf’s podium in early August? Yes, there should be. But we will have to wait and see! 

South Korea is also well-represented with Sungjae Im and Si Woo Kim on the men’s side (two players who are not playing in the British Open so they can focus on the Olympics) and by Jin Young Ko, Inbee Park, Sei Young Kim and Hyo-Joo Kim on the women’s side. 

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While the format of the Olympics draws a unique field to Japan, there are still plenty of headliners that will be competing for medals at Kasumigaseki Country Club. U.S. Open champion Jon Rahm and Masters champion Hideki Matsuyama will look to add to their impressive seasons at the Games. So will Yuka Saso and Patty Tavatanakit, who each won a major earlier this year. 

Below is the confirmed field of all players who will be competing in Japan.

Men’s field: 

1 Jon Rahm (Spain)

2 Justin Thomas (United States)

3 Collin Morikawa (United States)

4 Xander Schauffele (United States)

5 Bryson DeChambeau (United States)

6 Rory McIlroy (Ireland)

7 Viktor Hovland (Norway)

8 Hideki Matsuyama (Japan)

9 Paul Casey (Great Britain)

10 Abraham Ancer (Mexico)

11 Sungjae Im (South Korea)

12 Cameron Smith (Australia)

13 Joaquin Niemann (Chile)

14 Tommy Fleetwood (Great Britain)

15 Corey Conners (Canada)

16 Garrick Higgo (South Africa)

17 Shane Lowry (Ireland)

18 Marc Leishman (Australia)

19 Christiaan Bezuidenhout (South Africa)

20 Si Woo Kim (South Korea)

21 Carlos Ortiz (Mexico)

22 Mackenzie Hughes (Canada)

23 Sebastian Munoz (Columbia)

24 Guido Migliozzi (Italy)

25 Rikuya Hoshino (Japan)

26 Antoine Rozner (France)

27 Thomas Detry (Belgium)

28 Alex Noren (Sweden)

29 Thomas Pieters (Belgium)

30 Kalle Samooja (Finland)

31 Matthias Schwab (Austria)

32 Rasmus Hojgaard (Denmark)

33 Sami Valimaki (Finland)

34 Jazz Janewattananond (Thailand)

35 Jhonattan Vegas (Venezuela)

36 Francesco Molinari (Italy)

37 Henrik Norlander (Sweden)

38 Mito Pereira (Chile)

39 Adri Arnaus (Spain)

40 Joachim B Hansen (Denmark)

41 Rory Sabbatini (Slovakia)

42 Sepp Straka (Austria)

43 Ryan Fox (New Zealand)

44 C.T. Pan (Chinese Taipei) 

45 Romain Langasque (France)

46 Adrian Meronk (Poland)

47 Maximilian Kieffer (Germany)

48 Juvic Pagunsan (Phillipines)

49 Ondrej Lieser (Czech Republic)

50 Scott Vincent (Zimbabwe)

51 Gunn Charoenkul (Thailand)

52 Hurly Long (Germany)

53 Fabrizio Zanotti (Paraguay)

54 Rafael Campos (Puerto Rico)

55 Gavin Kyle Green (Malaysia)

56 Yechun Yuan (China)

57 Kristian K Johannessen (Norway)

58 Ashun Wu (China)

59 Anirban Lahiri (India)

60 Udayan Mane (India)

Women’s field:

1 Nelly Korda (United States)

2 Jin Young Ko (South Korea)

3 Inbee Park (South Korea)

4 Sei Young Kim (South Korea)

5 Danielle Kang (United States)

6 Hyo-Joo Kim (South Korea)

7 Brooke M. Henderson (Canada)

8 Yuka Saso (Phillipines) 

9 Lexi Thompson (United States)

10 Lydia Ko (New Zealand)

11 Nasa Hataoka (Japan)

12 Patty Tavatanakit (Thailand)

13 Jessica Korda (United States)

14 Minjee Lee (Australia)

15 Hannah Green (Australia)

16 Shanshan Feng (China)

17 Ariya Jutanugarn (Thailand)

18 Sophia Popov (Germany)

19 Mone Inami (Japan)

20 Carlota Ciganda (Spain)

21 Melissa Reid (Great Britain)

22 Anna Nordqvist (Sweden)

23 Nanna Koerstz Madsen (Denmark) 

24 Celine Boutier (France)

25 Leona Maguire (Ireland)

26 Xiyu Lin (China)

27 Gaby Lopez (Mexico)

28 Caroline Masson (Germany)

29 Emily Kristine Pedersen (Denmark)

30 Madelene Sagstrom (Sweden)

31 Matilda Castren (Finland)

32 Ashleigh Buhai (South Africa)

33 Wei-Ling Hsu (Chinese Taipei) 

34 Azahara Munoz (Spain)

35 Jodi Ewart Shadoff (Great Britain)

36 Giulia Molinaro (Italy)

37 Perrine Delacour (France)

38 Stephanie Meadow (Ireland)

39 Min Lee (Chinese Taipei) 

40 Anne van Dam (Netherlands)

41 Alena Sharp (Canada)

42 Kelly Tan (Malaysia)

43 Albane Valenzuela (Switzerland)

44 Bianca Pagdanganan (Phillipines)

45 Aditi Ashok (India)

46 Maria Fassi (Mexico)

47 Maria Fernanda Torres (Puerto Rico)

48 Tiffany Chan (Hong Kong)

49 Sanna Nuutinen (Finland)

50 Marianne Skarpnord (Norway)

51 Klara Spilkova (Czech Republic)

52 Manon De Roey (Belgium)

53 Christine Wolf (Austria)

54 Pia Babnik (Slovakia)

55 Mariajo Uribe (Columbia)

56 Daniela Darquea (Ecuador)

57 Magdalena Simmermacher (Argentina)

58 Lucrezia Colombotto Rosso (Italy)

59 Maha Haddioui (Morocco)

60 Tonje Daffinrud (Norway)

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