The Tokyo Olympics starts this week so don't miss our golf experts' tips as the world's best players go for gold in Japan...
"The men's golf tournament, which has a 60-man field from 36 countries, will be played at the Kasumigaseki Country Club from July 29-August 1."
The stars of the PGA and European Tours are heading to Tokyo for the Olympics and we'll have previews and tips. They will appear on our dedicated Olympics blog where you can also find coverage of the other top events.
The men's golf tournament, which has a 60-man field from 36 countries, will be played at the Kasumigaseki Country Club from July 29-August 1.
So it's a four day event, just like the ones you're used to watching week in week out on the Tours. The main difference is that the players are representing their countries and trying to win medals.
Read Steve Rawlings' in-depth preview to get the full tournament lowdown and find out who he's backing to strike gold.
The USA have the top three in the betting with Collin Morikawa 10.519/2 aiming to follow up his recent win at The Open Championship with a medal. Behind him are Xander Schaufelle and Justin Thomas. The home team's hopes rest on Hideki Matsuyama's shoulders while Rory McIlroy represents Ireland.
Justin Rose won gold in Rio in 2016 but failed to qualify so it's left to Paul Casey and Tommy Fleetwood to lead the charge for Team GB.