The tournament favourite spent the past few days working with coach Grant Field on tweaking his swing for the ISPS Handa Australian Open being staged this week in Sydney at The Australian and The Lakes.
A message from the New South Wales Government On behalf of the New South Wales Government, I am pleased to welcome you to Sydney for the2023 edition of the ISPS Handa Australian Open. This year, the Australian Open in Sydney will create further history as the world’s first national open tournament bringing together the best Read more…
Lee will join DP World Tour and PGA Tour winner Lucas Herbert and LPGA Tour star Stephanie Kyriacou at this year’s Australian Open, which will again feature the joint tournament format with the men’s and women’s Opens, as well as the Australian All Abilities Championship, being contested on the same golf courses at the same time.
The controversial secondary cut used at last year’s Australian Open has been dropped by organisers who are gearing up for another groundbreaking edition of staging the men’s and women’s events concurrently – this time in Sydney.
The 2023 event will feature the continuation of the joint tournament format that will allow fans to see some of the best men and women golfers playing for different titles on the same course at the same time.