The Border's two hottest youngsters will tackle a red-hot field in the Australian Open, starting Thursday.
Wodonga product Zach Murray is one of the earlier starters at 7.45am, while Yarrawonga's Frazer Droop tees off from 12.50pm.
The national event boasts one of its strongest fields with a host of major winners, including 2013 US Masters champion Adam Scott, 2017 Masters winner Sergio Garcia and four-time major winner Ernie Els.
The sport is set for one of its biggest promotional blitzes in years, given the quality of the field for the $1.5 mil event at The Australian Golf Club in Sydney and the highly anticipated Presidents Cup, featuring Tiger Woods, the following week.
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Murray, 22, missed the cut at last week's NSW Open, although he remains in second spot on the PGA Australia Order of Merit.
Leader Ryan Fox already has a European Tour card, so if the top two remains the same after the final two events, Murray will claim it.