Meet the 60 men who’ve qualified for the men’s Olympic golf competition

The 2024 Paris Olympics are now quickly approaching and with the U.S. Open now in the rearview, the third men’s major championship of the year marked the end of the qualifying period for the golf competition – set for Aug. 1-4 at Le Golf National.

A reminder on how the Olympic qualification worked:

The only such squad on the men’s side to have four golfers at the Olympics will be the United States – Scottie Scheffler (1), Xander Schauffele (3), Wyndham Clark (5), and Collin Morikawa (7). Patrick Cantlay, after finishing tied for third at the U.S. Open, very nearly jumped Morikawa for the final spot on Team USA but fell just shy – finishing at No. 8 in the world ranking after Sunday.

Scheffler is having an all-time campaign on the PGA TOUR in 2024, but Schauffele will head to Paris as the defending Olympic gold medalist and on a heater of his own, having won the PGA Championship in May and finishing inside the top 20 in each of the last 10 majors (including three straight top-10s in 2024).

The closest race for an Olympic berth that came down to Sunday afternoon was for the second spot on Team Canada, as Corey Conners, who finished in a three-way tie for ninth at the U.S. Open, jumped Adam Hadwin by just half a point (or thereabouts) in the ranking to become an Olympian for the second time. He and Nick Taylor will make up the Canadian squad. Conners got to No. 37 in the world after the U.S. Open while Hadwin, who missed the cut, dropped to No. 38.

Spain saw some final-weekend movement as well with David Puig joining Jon Rahm on the Spanish squad after Puig made the cut at the U.S. Open on the number.

There will be plenty of global superstars teeing it up in Paris in a few weeks including Rory McIlroy, Hideki Matsuyama, Viktor Hovland, and Ludvig Aberg.

Here are the 2024 Olympic golf teams.