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How Low Will Scores Go in Men's Olympic Golf Competition?

The early returns are in from Tokyo Olympics, and if a golfer wants to win a gold medal, he'll need to fire at the pins.

The men's Olympic golf competition is underway, and it has quickly become clear that conditions are ripe for a shootout. What type of number will it take to win gold? And why did so many big names start slowly. Hosts Frank Bassett and Timm Matthews discuss. And later, the preview the U.S. Senior Women's Open as play begins.

Hit the play button above to listen, and look for more new episodes of Golf Talk America coming soon to the Morning Read Podcast Network.


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