After his recent rise in the world of professional golf, Australian talent Cam Davis has captured the attention of many sports enthusiasts and has been tipped as a potential competitor in the upcoming Olympic games. However, the 26-year-old golfer is not entertaining thoughts of competing in the six-way Olympic race.
In an exclusive interview with FirstSportz, Davis revealed that he is currently focused on improving his game and honing his skills on the PGA Tour, and the prospect of competing in the Olympics is not a priority for him at this moment.
“I’m fully committed to my journey as a professional golfer, and my main focus right now is on performing well in the tournaments I am competing in. The Olympics is an incredible platform, but it’s not something that I’m actively thinking about at the moment,” said Davis.
Despite his decision not to pursue Olympic participation, Davis has been making waves in the golfing world with his impressive performances. He recently clinched his first PGA Tour victory at the Rocket Mortgage Classic, placing him in a strong position to continue making strides in his career.
In addition to his own successes, Davis also expressed his excitement at the prospect of watching his fellow Australian athletes compete in the Olympic games. “I’m definitely looking forward to cheering on our Australian athletes in Tokyo. It’s always inspiring to see our fellow countrymen and women showcase their talents on the world stage,” he said.
While Davis may not be vying for a spot in the Olympic golfing competition, his dedication and talent are undeniable. As he continues to excel in his professional golfing career, there is no doubt that he will remain a prominent figure in the world of sports for years to come.