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right next to the 18th Green of the KasumigaseKi Country Club took father Stefan the new Golf Olympic champion Xander Schaufele after the Gold Triumph lovingly in the arms.
"I'm so proud of my son. It is his most significant victory, "said the dad and said goodbye to the 27-year-old US star with a paternal pat on the Po direction award ceremony. "That feels so good," said blushes after victory. Especially for his father, the Olympic champion was happy. "He did so much for me. So much invested. " To this day, the father is the only coach who is allowed to fly to Xander's momentum.
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for Xander Schaufele and his family is true to the Olympic Dream. The young Californian with German roots won the hoped-for gold medal on Sunday. After a 67 final round he won with a total result of 266 beats before Rory Sabbatini (267). The 45-year-old Slovak succeeded on the par-71 course in the north of Tokyo with 61 beats a dream round. The bronze medal secured C T Pan from Taiwan.Olympia with particular importance
Olympia has always played an important role in the life of the family. Through his father, who grew up in Stuttgart, Xander also has a German passport. Until a year ago, it would have been purely theoretically also the opportunity to compete in Tokyo for Germany, father and son saw better opportunities to come to an Olympic ticket four years ago. But then Xanders began cometant climb on the lucrative US tour. Four tournaments could win Schauffele on the PGA tour, there were still a number of top rankings at the important major tournaments - the Olympic ticket in the US team was booked.
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Father Stefan had Olympic ambitions in the ten-fight in a young age. But a drunk truck driver continued to end the dream of the then 20-year-old. In the accident, he moved so severe injuries that he blinded on the left eye. After two years with many operations, Schaufele senior moved to study in the US, later he worked as a golf teacher in California San Diego. Even Xanders Ur-Opa Richard Schaufele was a successful footballer and athletes. At Olympia 1936 in Berlin he acted as chairman for the throwing disciplines.
Olympics experience also collected the two German participants Hurly Long and Maximilian Kieffer. On the final day, the two friends together with the former world ranking first Justin Thomas from the United States were on the spot. With far over 30. degrees Celsius, the 26-year-old Mannheim Long played a good 67er round and finished the tournament with 277 beats on the divided 35th place. The 31-year-old Kieffer from Düsseldorf returned with a 71er round in the clubhouse and occupied the 45th place in the field of 60 starters with 280 beats.Long shows his potential
"The experience Olympia was unbelievable cool," Long, who has only been a pro. "Also for my career, this is a great thing that I have that on my profile now." On the strong final round he showed his enormous potential. "Hurley was very engaged today and played a lot of freelance," Men's national coach Ulrich Eckhardt analyzed.
Kieffer was not satisfied with his performance at the Olympic tournament. «Golfer I was a bit flat," said the European tour players. Entermark was from Marcus Neumann, board sports of the German Golf Association: "I'm sure both will never forget this intense days on one of the best places of the golf world. You are now forever Olympic arts! »
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KAWAGOE, Japan (AP) — Her heart rate hit its peak only when Nelly Korda stood on the Olympic podium, not when she had a putter in her hand with a gold medal hanging on every shot. Six days earlier, the father of Xander Schauffele was the essence of calm as he shared his views in German and English, depending on who was asking. But as his son turned to face the three flag poles to the left of the 18th green and the Star-Spangled Banner played, Stefan Schauffele was an emotional mess. He could barely say “anthem” without choking up. “Nobody is going to play the anthem for you when you win the Masters, right? That level of pride doesn't exist in the Masters,” the father said.