Red-hot New Zealander Lydia Ko is a force whenever she tees
it up in a tournament but the world No 1 is far from a
shoo-in for gold in women's golf in Rio where, unlike on the
men's side, the top players will be competing.
Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth were ranked one and two in the
world heading into last year's PGA Championship, but they
return this year almost as after-thoughts, overshadowed by a
wave of hotter rivals who have grabbed the limelight.