Malaysians putting in Rio?

Golf was last played at the Olympics in 1904 and saw only two nations competing - USA and Canada.

The sport makes a come back at the 2016 edition in Brazil.

Originally, the format was going to be the top-60 players in the world.

The Professional Golf of Malaysia have already embarked on a 'Road to Olympics 2016' programme as seen on their blog.

However, will any of our golfers be capable of making the cut for Rio?

Perhaps that will be the talk around the greens when some of the best local players tee off in the Selangor Masters, featuring the likes of  Nicholas Fung, Lim Eng Seng (pic) and Danny Chia, at the Kota Permai Golf and Country Club that ends today.

HD says: Golf - such an interesting and 'expensive' subject on and off the golf course.


  1. As if the world doesn't get enough golf...
    wrong choice, IOC...


  2. I feel a great regret with squash because they still cannot compete in the olympic and this lousy sport can.



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