I've got to say I was disappointed to hear Rory Mcilroy's comments about golf in the Olympics. Not only is he not going, he had some very negative things to say about golf as part of the Olympic games, saying he wouldn't watch it, and focus on "things that matter". A few other golfers have also pulled out of the games. I have to ask, if this attitude reflects the opinion of golfers in general, why include the sport in the Olympics anyway? I'm sure there are plenty of other sports, such as squash, where players don't get paid millions in prize money, which would be more worthy of inclusion. And now there are tennis players who've declared they're not going. Another sport where prize money is astronomical at the top level. Fear of the zika virus is the excuse, but I can't help thinking that their real reason is because they aren't getting prize money for winning. Question is, have the Olympics become irrelevant to highly paid sports people now? Maybe we should give real amateurs a chance - people who are participating not because of the financial rewards, but for the actual honour of representing their country, and the challenges of competing against the best in the world. It seems to me as if money in sport has not only led to widespread drugs cheating, but there's an erosion of what the Olympic games is all about. What do you think?