The Live From The Olympics crew breaks down the possibility of 54 holes instead of 72 holes at the women's golf tournament and explain the impact it could have on those who look to make up ground in a push for a medal.
Competitors speak about the affect the weather has had so far on their performance during the women’s Olympic event and Todd Lewis breaks down what the IGF plans to do with the remaining rounds of the tournament.
For the Shank of the Week, Doug Smith and Will Lowery share that two golfers in the Netherlands qualified for the Olympics but their country did not let them compete and the story of Paula Reto's wrong COVID results.
Doug Smith and Will Lowery are joined by Cameron Champ to explore how golf can become racially inclusive, discuss the importance of having difficult conversations and dive into how Champ has become an advocate.
Bryson DeChambeau makes his first start after testing positive for COVID-19, but Will Gray examines why Collin Morikawa has the upper hand for the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational after a strong performance in Tokyo.
Although Justin Thomas is the defending champion at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational, Will Gray sheds light on how Brooks Koepka's game has been trending in the right direction and why he could be in for a big week.
Lexi Thompson describes the feeling of representing Team USA at the Olympics but playing as an individual in the women's golf tournament. She says "it's the highest possible honor you can have representing your country.'