After announcing Dustin JohnsonWorld No. 1, on wanting to not compete in the Tokyo Olympics next summer, also comes the second glittering package of the P5 review. This is Adam ScottThe Australian, number 2 is currently in his country and thus eligible to go to Japan (also due to his 35th position in the OWGR), confirming what he had already hinted at in 2019.
Director Scott spoke, Johan Elliott, Who defined how the Olympic period would also be one of the few in which he would be able to stay with his family, now made up of three children. Unannounced, but it sure exists, is the thought also linked to the result just 11 days before the Open Tournament. The forty-year-old from Adelaide didn’t even participate in Rio 2016.
Scott’s waiver will, for now, be shipped directly to Tokyo Mark Leichman, 37th in the world ranking and 3rd in Australia after the previous MSc winner and after Cameron Smith, currently at 25th in the ranking. Since potential Australian Olympians, by organization, can only be two, they are scratching from the back Matt Jones, Jason Day e Lucas HerbertThe other three who are in the top 100.
Only the United States can currently bring four men to the Olympics, with all of them finishing 15th. Justin Thomas, Colin Morikawa, Xander Chauveli e Bryson Deshambo Those who are admitted, but between now and June 21, the day when the ranking that will be fit for Olympic qualification will be decided, everything can change. Chapter Italy: Today they must go Francesco Molinari e Renato Baratore.
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