(c) 2016 Time Inc. Golf Makes Strong Olympic Case in Rio Alan Shipnuck says that after an embattled run-up to Rio, the Olympic golf competition was everything the sport could have hoped for. Now that the spectacle of Olympic golf is done, what’s left
You do as Lydia Ko did, and win an Olympic silver medal. As Ko ascended the first Olympic podium for women's golf in 116 years, her emotions were obvious. She said as much herself Wednesday during a conference call ahead of the Canadian Pacific Women's Open, where she will defend her 2015 title (and yes, she brought her medal to Canada). "It's the highest one up there," Ko said when asked to rank the medal among her achievements.
Tiger Woods is coming back "in the future." He said so himself. ESPN SportsCenter anchor Scott Van Pelt was a guest on Pardon My Take, and as is often the case on the show, the co-hosts "Big Cat" and "PFT Commenter" had Van Pelt call the most famous person in his phone. After the first call went unanswered, Woods called Van Pelt back.