The first round of the 2016 Isuzu Queensland Open tees off this morning at the Brisbane Golf Club.
Beautiful conditions have greeted the morning field and we are expecting players to take advantage of the windless day to make lots of birdies.
A stellar field has gathered to contest the title with plenty of players to watch in the morning field.
The young guns are out early with Callan O'Reilly, Jake Higginbottom and Anotnio Murdaca teeing off the 1st at 7am.
The 2015 ISPS HANDA PGA Tour of Australasia Player of the Year Matthew Millar will also be out on course at 7am, teeing off the 10th alongside 2014 Fiji International Champion Steven Jeffress and Dimitrios Papadatos who returns to Australia after playing the European Tour during the winter months. A contender every week, the Brisbane Golf Club layout should suit Millar; it's not an overly long course, requires accuracy off the tees and has firm fast greens.
They are closely followed by Max McCardle who has been in excellent form recently. He finished runner-up at the Northern Territory PGA Championship and T12th at the Fiji International after firing the best score of the final round. The South Australian has also enjoyed a good season on the PGA TOUR China where he has recorded four top-10 finishes. Max tees off at 7.10am alongside Papua New Guinea Open champ Brad Moules and James Nitties.
Defending Champion David Bransdon will begin his title defence off the 10th tee at 7.10am playing alongside Daniel Fox and Matthew Guyatt.
Returning home to Australia to play on the ISPS HANDA PGA Tour of Australasia for the first time since 2014 is Adam Crawford. This is a home game for the former Web.com Tour player who has been a member at Brisbane Golf Club for more than 15 years. He will tee off the 10th at 7.20am playing alongside two fan favourites in Jarrod Lyle and Ashley Hall.
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