Olympic Day: A look at the men's and women's fields

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Golf's re-introduction to the Olympics is now 409 days away, and today just happens to be Olympic Day, the 121th anniversary of the birth of the modern games on June 23, 1894.

In honor of the occasion, we're taking a look at what the men's and women's fields would look like if the Rio games took place this week.

The United States would be represented on the men's side by Jordan Spieth, Dustin Johnson, Bubba Watson and Jim Furyk, and on the women's side by Stacy Lewis, Brittany Lincicome, Lexi Thompson and Kristie Kerr.

The men’s and women’s fields will include a maximum of 60 players each. Every player inside the top 15 in the world rankings as of July 2016 will be eligible, with up to four players per country. After that, the field will be filled by the next highest-ranked players, with a maximum of two players per nation.

Here is how each field fills up today:

Men's Women's
Rory McIlroy (Ireland) Inbee Park (Korea) 
Jordan Spieth (U.S.) Lydia Ko (New Zealand)
Dustin Johnson (U.S.) Stacy Lewis (U.S.) 
Justin Rose (Great Britain) Hyo-Joo Kim (Korea) 
Bubba Watson (U.S.) Suzann Pettersen (Norway)  
Jim Furyk (U.S.) Shanshan Feng (China)
Henrik Stenson (Sweden) So Yeon Ryo (Korea) 
Jason Day (Australia) Brittany Lincicome (U.S.)
Sergio Garcia (Spain) Anna Nordqvist (Sweden) 
Adam Scott (Australia) Sei Young Kim (Korea) 
Hideki Matsuyama (Japan) Lexi Thompson (U.S.) 
Louis Oosthuizen (South Africa) Kristie Kerr (U.S.)
Martin Kaymer (Germany) Karrie Webb (Australia) 
Ian Poulter (Great Britain) Minjee Lee (Australia) 
Branden Grace (South Africa) Azahara Munoz (Spain)  
Thongchai Jaidee (Thailand) Teresa Lu (Chinese Taipei)  
Victor Dubuisson (France)  Pornanong Phatlum (Thailand)   
Bernd Wiesberger (Austria) Julieta Granada (Paraguay)   
Francesco Molinari (Italy)  Sandra Gal (Germany)  
Shane Lowry (Ireland) Catriona Matthew (Great Britain) 
Anirban Lahiri (India) Carlota Ciganda (Spain) 
Miguel Angel Jimenez (Spain)  Shiho Oyama (Japan)
Joost Luiten (Netherlands) Charley Hull (Great Britain)
Byeong-Hum An (Korea)  Brooke Henderson (Canada)  
Alexander Levy (France) Ariya Jutanugarn (Thailand)  
Alexander Noren (Sweden) Momoko Ueda (Japan)
Thomas Bjorn (Denmark) Karine Icher (France)
Soren Kjeldsen (Denmark) Lee-Anne Pace (South Africa)  
Marcel Siem (Germany) Gwladys Nocera (France)  
Mikko Ilonen (Finland) Caroline Masson (Germany)  
Kiradech Aphibarnrat (Thailand) Mariajo Uribe (Colombia)   
Emiliano Grillo (Argentina) Christel Boeljon (Netherlands)   
Sangmoon Bae (Korea) Yani Tseng (Chinese Taipei)
Graham DaLaet (Canada) Caroline Hedwall (Sweden) 
Koumei Oda (Japan) Xiyu Lin (China) 
Brendon de Jonge (Zimbabwe) Line Vedel Hansen (Denmark)  
Angel Cabrera (Argentina) Stephanie Meadow (Ireland)  
Hao Tong Li (China) Marianne Skarpnord (Norway) 
Carlos Ortiz (Mexico) Kelly Tan (Malaysia)   
Fabrizio Zanotti (Paraguay) Stacy Lee Bregman (South Africa)
Wu Ashun (China) Dewi Claire Schreefel (Netherlands)
Camilo Villegas (Colombia) Malene Jorgensen (Denmark)  
Danny Lee (New Zealand) Alena Sharp (Canada)
Adam Hadwin (Canada) Ursula Wikstrom (Finland)   
Edoardo Molinari (Italy) Fabienne In-Albon (Switzerland)  
Nicolas Colsaerts (Belgium)
Klara Spilkova (Czech Republic)  
SSP Chawrasia (India) Giulia Sergas (Italy)  
Vijay Singh (Fiji) Alejandra Llaneza (Mexico) 
Ryan Fox (New Zealand) Christine Wolf (Belgium)  
Felipe Aguilar (Chile) Diana Luna (Italy)  
Thomas Pieters (Belgium) Paz Echeverria (Chile)  
Mardan Mamat (Singapore) Michelle Koh (Malaysia)
Antonio Lascuna (Phillipines) Maria Balikoeva (Russia)
Chan Shih-chang (Chinese Taipei) Jennifer Rosales (Philippines)  
Ricardo Gouveia (Portugal) Lisa McCloskey (Colombia)  
Jhonattan Vegas (Venezuela)
Noora Tamminen (Finland)
Siddikur Rahman (Bangladesh) Chloe Leurquin (Belgium) 
Angelo Que (Philipines) Laetitia Beck (Israel)  
Mark Tullo (China) Veronica Felibert (Venezuela)
Adilson da Silva (Brazil) Mariam Magl (Brazil)