by By PGA Tour of Australasia
Min Woo Lee returns to Perth this week. Image: Getty
The Australian Min Woo Lee will make his first professional start on Australian soil during his home event, the ISPS HANDA World Super 6 Perth.
A local Perth, Lee is excited about the opportunity to play the event as a professional with placed an incredible seventh in 2018.
"I had a very good tournament on the ISPS last year HANDA World Super 6 Perth as an amateur so I'm glad I have the chance to play it like a pro, "Lee said.
"When I did not go to Panama during the Web.com Tour, I knew I needed to see if I could come to Perth to play the ISPS HANDA World Super 6.
" It is a great event and it is so fun to play. There are not many opportunities to play games as pro, so to make it up a bit and make it fun to compete against each other is great. "
After making his professional debut on the European Tour earlier this year, Lee hopes that his knowledge of the Lake Karrinyup Country Club course will play to his advantage.
" It is a job that I have played many times and for me it is really a great opportunity to play against a number of highly qualified players ", Lee added, who was fourth in February at the Saudi International.
" I am very excited to come back to Perth to play at home again. Lake Karrinyup Country Club looks great so I can not wait to get out of there and hope to register a new high finish on the European Tour. "
Lee joins a strong Australian contingent at the ISPS HANDA World Super 6 Perth, an event that has been criticized by the ISPS HANDA PGA Tour or Australasia, European Tour and Asian Tour