Olympic Golf TV Schedule, Tee Times, Odds: Will Watson, Fowler, Reed, or Kuchar Win?

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Olympic Golf TV Schedule, Tee Times, Odds: Will Watson, Fowler, Reed, or Kuchar Win?

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Olympic Golf TV Schedule, Tee Times, Odds: Will Watson, Fowler, Reed, or Kuchar Win?

The Olympic golf tournament starts tomorrow and while there has been plenty of talk about golfers withdrawing, the field still has plenty of firepower. America has more players in the field than any other country at four, but according to Vegas, there are three others ahead of the first American listed. Henrik Stenson, Sergio Garcia, and Justin Rose are the three at the top of Vegas’ favorites, followed by Rickie Fowler, Bubba Watson, and Patrick Reed.

There’s no way to know how this will play out because we haven’t seen this take place since 1904, but the Americans appear to be embracing the tournament and making it feel as much like a team event as possible even if it is an individual stroke-play tournament.

Michelob ULTRA made a sweet video featuring Scott Langley and Brazilian soccer announcer Nilson César giving the animated play-by-play.

Translation: “He shot from far away! It’s a low one. The lawn is wet. Very wet! Root for it. Look at the goal! Root for it, Brazil! Oh boy, oh boy! Look at the goal! Look at the goal, look at the goal! Oh! Blow it in, Brazil! Push it! Blow it! It’s there, it’s there, it’s there, it’s there, it’s there! Look at the goal! Look at the goal, look at the goal! Look at the goal! Look at the goal, look at the goal! GOAAAAAL!”

To celebrate golf’s return to the Olympics, Michelob ULTRA is inviting fans (21+) to share their best golf shot for a chance to receive their own soccer-inspired video as a parody of the ad. Share your best swings at @MichelobULTRA with the hashtag #ULTRAgolf on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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TV Schedule

Th – 6:30 AM – 3:00 PM ET – Golf Channel
Fr – 6:30 AM – 3:00 PM ET – Golf Channel
Sa – 6:30 AM – 3:00 PM ET – Golf Channel
Su – 6:30 AM – 3:00 PM ET – Golf Channel

Tee Times

6:30 AM – Adilson da Silva (Brazil), Graham DaLaet (Canada), An Byeong Hun (South Korea)
6:41 AM – Padraig Harrington (Ireland), Matteo Manassero (Italy), Danny Lee (New Zealand)
6:52 AM – Kiradech Aphibarnrat (Thailand), Gavin Green (Malaysia), Thomas Pieters (Belgium)
7:03 AM – Julien Quesne (France), Marcus Fraser (Australia) Shingo Katayama (Japan)
7:14 AM – Nicolas Colsaerts (Belgium), Wang Jeung-hun (South Korea), Espen Kofstad (Norway)
7:25 AM – Felipe Aguilar (Chile), Danny Chia (Malaysia), Soren Kjeldsen (Denmark)
7:41 AM – Fabian Gomez (Argentina), David Lingmerth (Sweden), Jose-Felipe Lima (Portugal)
7:52 AM – Rodolfo Cazaubon (Mexico), Bernd Weisberger (Austria), Brandon Stone (South Africa)
8:03 AM – Danny Willett (Great Britain), Matt Kuchar (United States), Li Haotong (China)
8:14 AM – Bubba Watson (United States), Martin Kaymer (Germany), Anirban Lahiri (India)
8:25 AM – Jaco van Zyl (South Africa), Mikko Ilonen (Finland), David Hearn (Canada)
8:36 AM – Gregory Bourdy (France), Fabrizio Zanotti (Paraguay), Pan Cheng-tsung (Chinese Tapei)
8:47 AM – Yuta Ikeda (Japan), Roope Kakko (Finland), Miguel Tabuena (Philippines)
9:03 AM – Wu Ashun (China), Nino Bertasio (Italy), Scott Hend (Australia)
9:14 AM – Joost Luiten (Netherlands), Ricardo Gouveia (Portugal), Siddikur Rahman (Bangladesh)
9:25 AM – Sergio Garcia (Spain), Patrick Reed (United States), Emiliano Grillo (Argentina)
9:36 AM – Thorborn Olesen (Denmark), Alex Cejka (Germany), Ryan Fox (New Zealand)
9:47 AM – Shiv Chawrasia (India), Seamus Power (Ireland), Lin Wen-tang (Chinese Taipei)
9:58 AM – Rickie Fowler (United States), Justin Rose (Great Britain), Jhonattan Vegas (Venezuela)
10:09 AM – Henrik Stenson (Sweden), Thongchai Jaidee (Thailand), Rafael Cabrera-Bello (Spain)

Round 2

6:30 AM – Jaco van Zyl (South Africa), Mikko Ilonen (Finland), David Hearn (Canada)
6:41 AM – Gregory Bourdy (France), Fabrizio Zanotti (Paraguay), Pan Cheng-tsung (Chinese Tapei)
6:52 AM – Yuta Ikeda (Japan), Roope Kakko (Finland), Miguel Tabuena (Philippines)
7:03 AM – Wu Ashun (China), Nino Bertasio (Italy), Scott Hend (Australia)
7:14 AM – Joost Luiten (Netherlands), Ricardo Gouveia (Portugal), Siddikur Rahman (Bangladesh)
7:25 AM – Sergio Garcia (Spain), Patrick Reed (United States), Emiliano Grillo (Argentina)
7:41 AM – Thorborn Olesen (Denmark), Alex Cejka (Germany), Ryan Fox (New Zealand)
7:52 AM – Shiv Chawrasia (India), Seamus Power (Ireland), Lin Wen-tang (Chinese Taipei)
8:03 AM – Rickie Fowler (United States), Justin Rose (Great Britain), Jhonattan Vegas (Venezuela)
8:14 AM – Henrik Stenson (Sweden), Thongchai Jaidee (Thailand), Rafael Cabrera-Bello (Spain)
8:25 AM – Adilson da Silva (Brazil), Graham DaLaet (Canada), An Byeong Hun (South Korea)
8:36 AM – Padraig Harrington (Ireland), Matteo Manassero (Italy), Danny Lee (New Zealand)
8:47 AM – Kiradech Aphibarnrat (Thailand), Gavin Green (Malaysia), Thomas Pieters (Belgium)
9:03 AM – Julien Quesne (France), Marcus Fraser (Australia) Shingo Katayama (Japan)
9:14 AM – Nicolas Colsaerts (Belgium), Wang Jeung-hun (South Korea), Espen Kofstad (Norway)
9:25 AM – Felipe Aguilar (Chile), Danny Chia (Malaysia), Soren Kjeldsen (Denmark)
9:36 AM – Fabian Gomez (Argentina), David Lingmerth (Sweden), Jose-Felipe Lima (Portugal)
9:47 AM – Rodolfo Cazaubon (Mexico), Bernd Weisberger (Austria), Brandon Stone (South Africa)
9:58 AM – Danny Willett (Great Britain), Matt Kuchar (United States), Li Haotong (China)
10:09 AM – Bubba Watson (United States), Martin Kaymer (Germany), Anirban Lahiri (India)

Odds

Henrik Stenson – 11/2
Sergio Garcia – 7/1
Justin Rose – 12/1
Rickie Fowler – 12/1
Bubba Watson – 14/1
Patrick Reed – 15/1
Martin Kaymer – 16/1
Matt Kuchar – 16/1
Danny Willett – 23/1
Emiliano Grillo – 25/1
Rafa Cabrera Bello – 25/1
Byeong Hun An – 40/1
Padraig Harrington – 40/1
Danny Lee – 45/1
Thongchai Jaidee – 45/1
Bernd Wiesberger – 50/1
David Lingmerth – 50/1
Jhonattan Vegas – 50/1
Joost Luiten – 50/1
Soren Kjeldsen – 50/1
Thomas Pieters – 50/1

My Pick

Ummm…I’ve ripped on Olympic golf for months now, but I am still probably going to watch because it’s golf, and I can’t help myself. It would be un-American of me to pick someone other than Watson, Fowler, Reed, or Kuchar, so I’m going with…

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(Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

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