They are wall-to-wall stars with the release of the 2019 ISPS Handa Vic Open draw for the first round on Thursday.
On the women's side of the draw, defending champion Minjee Lee is paired with in-form English lady Charley Hull and 2016 US Women's Open champion Brittany Long from the 10th tee on the Creek Course at 8.10 am.
They will be the first women's group after another blockbuster trio of five-time Women's Australian Open champion Karrie Webb, reigning big champions Pernilla Lindberg and Georgia Hall at 7.50.
And one earlier at 7.30 am is another great group consisting of Su Oh, Paula Creamer and 2015 champion Marianne Skarpnord.
On the Beach Course in the afternoon a series of party tent groups will be led away on the first tee from 12.10 am by Karis Davidson, Laura Davies and former Women & # 39; s Australian Open champion Haru Nomura.
Two women's groups later, Hannah Green, together with Christina Kim and Cheyenne Woods, plays in a trio of audience lovers of 12.50 hours.
On the men's side of the draw the European Tour rookie Jake Mcleod will play together with Kiwi Ryan Fox for the first two days, with their 2019 campaigns on the Creek course at 07.20 with the winner of the Australian Amateur Championship last month, Conor Purcell, from Ireland.
The tent of Thursday morning will be two groups further back, with Victorian Lucas Herbert accompanied by fellow European Tour pro Beef Johnston and Japan's Ryo Ishikawa.
Reigning champion The defense of Simon Hawkes starts at 8:00 on the course of the Creek, together with great hitters Nicolas Colsaerts of Belgium and Scott Hend, of Queensland.
Geoff Ogilvy's return to the Vic Open starts at the Beach Course at 1:00 pm on Thursday, grouped with 2015 champion Matt Griffin and Spaniard Jorge Campillo.