Until golf’s Olympic return, DeChambeau didn’t dare dream it

Bryson DeChambeau grew up watching the Olympics and wishing that someday he would be able to take part. As a golfer, he knew that was a bit of a stretch. Although the sport was a part of the Olympic program early in the 20th Century, it was dropped from 1904 for more than 100 years. When it returned for Rio de Janeiro in 2016, he made it a goal to represent his country in Tokyo. DeChambeau is one of four Americans selected for the 60-man field that will play at the Kasumigaseki Country Club outside of Tokyo.