Final men’s Olympic Golf Rankings revealed as two-year qualification period for Paris 2024 Olympic Games concludes.

The men’s Olympic Golf Ranking features 60 qualifiers representing 32 different countries. With four qualifiers (Scottie Scheffler, Xander Schauffele, Wyndham Clark and Collin Morikawa), the US is the only country with more than two qualifiers for the 60-player field, which will compete at Le Golf National from 1 – 4 August.

The men’s qualification period for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games commenced on 17 June 2022 and concluded following the U.S. Open on 17 June 2024. The top 15 world-ranked players were eligible for the Olympics, with a limit of four players from a given country. Beyond the top 15, players were eligible based on the Official World Golf Ranking, with a maximum of two eligible players from each country that did not already have two or more players among the top 15. The host country – France – was guaranteed at least one spot, as is each of the five continents of the Olympics. Two men qualified to represent Team France at Paris 2024: Matthieu Pavon (No. 12 in the Olympic Golf Ranking) and Victor Perez (No. 30 in the Olympic Golf Ranking).

Final Men’s Olympic Golf Ranking

Olympic GolfRankingOfficial WorldGolf RankingNameNational Olympic Committee
11Scottie SchefflerUnited States of America
22Rory McIlroyIreland
33Xander SchauffeleUnited States of America
44Ludvig ÅbergSweden
55Wyndham ClarkUnited States of America
66Viktor HovlandNorway
77Collin MorikawaUnited States of America
89Jon RahmSpain
912Hideki MatsuyamaJapan
1013Tommy FleetwoodGreat Britain
1118Matthew FitzpatrickGreat Britain
1220Matthieu PavonFrance
1321Sepp StrakaAustria
1424Jason DayAustralia
1526Tom KimRepublic of Korea
1627Byeong Hun AnRepublic of Korea
1733Shane LowryIreland
1835Nick TaylorCanada
1936Min Woo LeeAustralia
2037Corey ConnersCanada
2140Christiaan BezuidenhoutSouth Africa
2242Stephan JaegerGermany
2344Nicolai HøjgaardDenmark
2448Thomas DetryBelgium
2552Emiliano GrilloArgentina
2655Alex NorenSweden
2759Ryan FoxNew Zealand
2867Erik van RooyenSouth Africa
2973Adrian MeronkPoland
3078Victor PerezFrance
3183Keita NakajimaJapan
3285Thorbjørn OlesenDenmark
3398Alejandro TostiArgentina
3499Joaquin NiemannChile
35100Sami ValimakiFinland
36108Kevin YuChinese Taipei
37113David PuigSpain
38134Matti SchmidGermany
39140C.T. PanChinese Taipei
40147Joost LuitenNetherlands
41155Carl YuanChina
42177Camilo VillegasColombia
43180Matteo ManasseroItaly
44187Adrien Dumont de ChassartBelgium
45190Daniel HillierNew Zealand
46195Cristobal Del SolarChile
47198Guido MigliozziItaly
48219Shubhankar SharmaIndia
49221Rafael CamposPuerto Rico
50237Darius Van DrielNetherlands
51240Carlos OrtizMexico
52242Kiradech AphibarnratThailand
53257Gavin GreenMalaysia
54261Gaganjeet BhullarIndia
55269Nico EchavarriaColombia
56281Kris VenturaNorway
57287Phachara KhongwatmaiThailand
58312Abraham AncerMexico
59338Zecheng DouChina
60343Fabrizio ZanottiParaguay

USA GOLF confirm team

USA GOLF were the first to officially announce their team - Scottie Scheffler (No. 1), Xander Schauffele (No. 3), Wyndham Clark (No. 5) and Collin Morikawa (No. 7), who will all represent Team USA - all wearing the J.Lindeberg “Red, White, Blue for Gold” collection. Notably absent was U.S. Open Champion Bryson DeChambeau who is currently 10th in the world rankings.

2020 Tokyo Olympic gold medalist Schauffele and Morikawa will represent Team USA at the Olympic Games for the second time in their careers, while World Number one Scheffler and Clark will make their debuts.

“The United States is home to some of the best golfers in the world and it’s an honor to introduce the four men that will represent Team USA on a global stage," said USA GOLF Executive Director Andy Levinson.

“Since the return of golf to the Olympic Games, Team USA has reached the podium on both occasions with Matt Kuchar earning bronze in Rio and Xander Schauffele bringing home gold in Tokyo. With such a talented team going to Paris, we feel confident in Team USA’s continued success.”

Women’s Olympic Golf Ranking

The women’s Olympic Golf Ranking will be finalised following the conclusion of this week’s KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.

Once the women’s Olympic Golf Ranking is finalised, the International Golf Federation (IGF) will send confirmation of the men’s and women’s quota places to the National Olympic Committees. The NOCs will then confirm the use of allocated quota places to the IGF by 27 June and the IGF, in turn, will reallocate all unused quota places before the Paris 2024 Sport Entries Deadline on 8 July.

The IGF will publish a finalised field list for both the men’s and women’s golf competitions on Tuesday 2 July.

More about golf at the 2024 Olympic Games

The men's golf competition at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games will take place at Le Golf National from 1 – 4 August. The women's event takes place at the same venue a few days later, from 7 – 10 August.

This summer’s competition marks the fifth time golf has been featured as an Olympic sport and just the third time since 1904. Only four men have qualified for each of the last three Olympic golf competitions: Ryan Fox of New Zealand, Gavin Green of Malaysia, C.T. Pan of Chinese Taipei and Fabrizio Zanotti of Paraguay.

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