After years of preparation, a new world-class golf course in Rio de Janeiro welcomed Olympic golfers to competition today. In an article posted by the Washington Post last week, writer Adam Kilgore described the twists and turns that course construction took over the past few years. For the first time in 112 years, golf is returning to the Olympics, and the new links-style Brazilian venue is spectacular. As the article mentions, the course is grassed primarily with Zeon Zoysia.
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