The ISPS Handa Perth International is just days away from getting underway and the draw has now been released with one of the strongest fields in the tournament's history teeing it up.
Mr Consistent, Matt Millar will hit the very first shot of the 2016 tournament when he tees off his campaign at 6.40am on Thursday.
Since the start of the 2015 season, Millar hasn't missed a cut and he has finished top-10 13 times in 16 tournaments including five runner-up finishes and a win.
Millar will play alongside Edoardo Mollinari and Peter Lonard this week.
The last two winners on the PGA Tour of Australasia; Oates Vic Open Champion Michal Long and Mercedes-Benz Truck and Bus Victorian PGA Champion Ashley Hall will play alongside Alvaro Quiros for the first two rounds. They tee off at 6.50am.
One of the local favourites Brett Rumford tees off his quest to win in front of a home crowd at 6.50am. He will play alongside Australian Masters champion Peter Senior and Stephen Gallacher.
The highest ranked players in the field, World Number 21 Louis Oosthuizen will play with defending champion Thorbjorn Olesen and West Australian Greg Chalmers for the first two days of the ISPS Handa Perth International. They tee off at 7am on Thursday.
Victor Dubuisson is also sure to draw a crowd to Lake Karrinyup, the 2014 runner-up will tee off at 12pm playing with American Peter Uihlein and the European Tour's most recent winner Marcus Fraser.
For all tee times please visit pga.org.au.
The ISPS HANDA Perth International is being held at the Lake Karrinyup Country Club from Thursday 25 – Sunday 28 February. Tickets can be purchased TicketMaster or at the gate.
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