Podcast: Is Golf In The Olympics A Success?


We give our verdict on golf in the Games and chat to LET pro Lejan Lewthwaite

Dan Parker hosts the Clubhouse Podcast this week alongside Elliott Heath and Andy Wright who give their verdict on golf in the Olympics.

Was it a success? What can be done better? And how will Paris 2024 look?

We also chat to LET pro Lejan Lewthwaite and round up all the latest from the world in golf. Enjoy!

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