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USA Women’s Roster for Olympic Games Paris 2024: A Trio of Golf Titans

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The countdown to the Olympic Games Paris 2024 has begun, and USA GOLF has announced the formidable women’s roster set to compete from August 7-10 at Le Golf National.

Headlining this powerhouse team is World No. 1 and defending gold medalist Nelly Korda, joined by the dynamic Lilia Vu and the prodigious Rose Zhang.

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In a thrilling reveal, USA GOLF’s Executive Director, Andy Levinson, expressed immense pride in the team: “With the addition of Korda, Vu, and Zhang to the team, USA GOLF has an extremely talented group of men and women representing the United States this summer.

These three women enter the Olympic golf competition with a combined eight victories on the LPGA Tour this season and are poised to reach the podium in Paris.”

Nelly Korda: The Gold Standard

Nelly Korda, hailing from Bradenton, Florida, returns to the Olympic stage with the golden glow of Tokyo 2020 still shining brightly.

Korda’s performance in Tokyo was nothing short of spectacular, securing the top podium spot and establishing herself as a dominant force in women’s golf.

As Korda gears up to defend her title, she remains focused and motivated, saying, “I’m honoured to represent the United States once again on the Olympic stage this summer in Paris.”

“Winning the gold medal in Tokyo was a dream come true and an incredible highlight to my career.”

“I’m looking forward to defending my gold medal and bringing home some more hardware for Team USA.”

Lilia Vu: The Rising Star

Lilia Vu, from Fountain Valley, California, is making her Olympic debut with high expectations and a track record to back them up.

Vu’s ascent in the golfing world has been meteoric, and she is keen on making her mark in Paris.

“Representing Team USA at the Olympics has been a goal of mine, and to now get the chance to head to Paris this summer is surreal.”

“I’m excited to be a part of this year’s competition and can’t wait to get out there and try to win a medal of my own in August,” said Vu, her excitement palpable.

Rose Zhang: The Prodigy

Rounding out the trio is Rose Zhang from Irvine, California, another newcomer to the Olympic arena.

Zhang’s rise through the ranks has been nothing short of extraordinary, with her eyes now set on Olympic glory.

“There’s nothing like wearing the red, white, and blue on a global stage. To do so now at the Olympics is something I could only imagine and I’m incredibly grateful to be competing in Paris this summer.”

“I am so excited to join my teammates at Le Golf National in a few weeks and represent Team USA in front of the world,” shared Zhang, embodying the spirit and determination of a true Olympian.

The Olympic Golf Competition: A Brief Overview

Golf, having made its grand return to the Olympics in 2016 after more than a century, is set to thrill fans once again in Paris.

The competition will see 60 of the world’s best players, both men and women, competing in a 72-hole stroke-play format.

The qualification for the Olympic golf team was determined by the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings, finalized after the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.

A Touch of Elegance: J.Lindeberg’s “Red, White, Blue for Gold” Collection

As these elite athletes take to the greens, they will do so in style, outfitted in a custom J.Lindeberg “Red, White, Blue for Gold” collection.

Hans-Christian Meyer, CEO of J.Lindeberg, emphasized the brand’s commitment to excellence: “As these talented athletes take to the field, they will be expected to be standard-bearers of excellence.”

“And their gear, crafted with our utmost precision and care, will help them make that statement to the world.”

Final Thoughts

The stage is set for a thrilling competition in Paris, with Team USA’s women’s roster ready to dazzle and dominate.

With Nelly Korda’s experience, Lilia Vu’s ambition, and Rose Zhang’s youthful energy, the United States is poised for a spectacular performance at Le Golf National.