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Golf has made just three appearances at the Games to date, with a fourth due in 2020, so winners of Olympic medals for golf are a rare breed.

After making its debut in 1900 with a men’s and women’s individual – remember at this stage the Open was still in its relative infancy and the US Open had only begun five years previous – golf was then included in the 1904 Games with men’s individual and team events before being dropped from the agenda for more than a century, returning at the Rio Olympics in 2016 with men’s and women’s individual.

Winners of Olympic medals for golf in 1900

Men’s Individual
Gold: Charles Sands (USA)
Silver: Walter Rutherford (Great Britain)
Bronze: David Robertson (Great Britain)

Women’s Individual
Gold: Margaret Abbott (USA)
Silver: Pauline Whittier (USA)
Bronze: Daria Pratt (USA)

Winners of Olympic medals for golf in 1904

Men’s Individual
Gold: George Lyon (Canada)
Silver: Chandler Egan (USA)
Bronze: Burt McKinnie (USA) & Francis Newton (USA)

Men’s Team
Gold: USA (Robert Hunter, Chandler Egan, Kenneth Edwards, Clement Smoot, Walter Egan, Daniel Sawyer, Edward Cummins, Mason Phelps, Nathaniel Moore, Warren Wood)
Silver: USA (Albert Lambert, Stuart Stickney, Burt McKinnie, William Stickney, Ralph McKittrick, Frederick Semple, Francis Newton, Henry Potter, John Cady, John Maxwell)
Bronze: USA (Douglass Cadwallader, Allan Lard, Jesse Carleton, Simeon Price, Harold Weber, John Rahm, Arthur Hussey, Orus Jones, Harold Fraser, George Oliver)

Winners of Olympic medals for golf in 2016

Men’s Individual
Gold: Justin Rose (Great Britain)
Silver: Henrik Stenson (Sweden)
Bronze: Matt Kuchar (USA)

Women’s Individual
Gold: Inbee Park (South Korea)
Silver: Lydia Ko (New Zealand)
Bronze: Shanshan Feng (China)

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