Get Golf-Fluent for the Olympics!

When the 31st Summer Olympic Games kick off in August, golf will be featured as an Olympic sport for the first time since 1904.

112 years after George Lyon won the gold medal for Canada, Americans Chandler Egan (Silver) and Burt McKinnie and Francis Newton shared the Bronze medal, golfers will be referred to as Olympic athletes – both men's and women's individual events getting some spotlight.

Golfers from 40 nations will come together to compete for medals in Rio this August and without a doubt a multitude of different languages will be heard around the fairways and bunkers. True to the Olympic spirit, our international team at OnlineGolf is excited to get you Golf-Fluent for the Games!

Watch our video and learn six fun phrases in six languages spoken in our offices that will help you communicate with your international buddies around the golf course – and beyond!

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