Park, the No. 1 ranked women's player in the world, spoke out this week against the Olympics' qualifying process.
"If you are in the world's top 50, you should be able to play in the Olympics," Park said. "There's some countries where [players] ranked No. 300, 400 will play, but obviously not Koreans."
Park, who's from South Korea, is alluding to her country's dominance in the world rankings, with 15 of the top 28 hailing from her homeland.
The fields for both the men and women will be limited to 60 golfers, to be determined by the world rankings. However, a country cannot have more than four representatives. The rest of the competitors will be determined by the world golf rankings, with a maximum of two golfers per nation for countries that don't have more than two players in the top-15 rankings.
Park, who elaborated that it is "disappointing" that so many of the top players will miss the Olympic event, is in Turnberry, Scotland for the Women's British Open. A victory at Turnberry would give the 27-year-old Park the career Grand Slam.