Top global golfers will aim for gold with the start of Olympic men’s and women’s golf competition, and just over half the field is comprised of former NCAA student-athletes.

Thirty-one of the men’s competitors and 30 of the women in Tokyo once competed at the NCAA level. This group includes all four United States representatives on the men’s side and one of the four U.S. women.

The four-round Olympic men’s golf tournament runs Thursday, July 29 to Sunday, Aug. 1 in local time. The women’s rounds are the following week, Wednesday, Aug. 4 through Saturday, Aug. 7. You can find the full Olympic golf schedule here.

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Here are all the men’s golfers in this year’s Olympic field who once played at an NCAA program:

Matthias Schwab Vanderbilt Austria
Sepp Straka Georgia Austria
Thomas Detry Illinois Belgium
Thomas Pieters Illinois Belgium
Corey Conners Kent State Canada
Mackenzie Hughes Kent State Canada
Mito Pereira Texas Tech Chile
Carl Yuan Washington China
C.T. Pan Washington Chinese Taipei
Sebastian Munoz North Texas Colombia
Antoine Rozner Missouri-Kansas City France
Maximilian Kieffer Florida Germany
Hurly Long Oregon; Texas Tech Germany
Paul Casey Arizona State Great Britain
Gavin Kyle Green New Mexico Malaysia
Abraham Ancer Oklahoma Mexico
Carlos Ortiz  North Texas Mexico
Viktor Hovland Oklahoma State Norway
Adrian Meronk East Tennessee State Poland
Rafael Campos VCU Puerto Rico
Rory Sabbatini Arizona Slovakia
Garrick Higgo UNLV South Africa
Adri Arnaus Texas A&M Spain
Alex Noren Oklahoma State Sweden
Henrik Norlander Augusta State Sweden
Justin Thomas Alabama United States
Collin Morikawa Cal United States
Xander Schauffele Long Beach State; San Diego State United States
Patrick Reed Georgia; Augusta State United States
Jhonattan Vegas Texas Venezuela
Scott Vincent Virginia Tech Zimbabwe