The Evian Championship marks Hannah Green & # 39; s first time on track since her historic first big win last month and she has drawn some of the biggest names in the game.
The Western Australian is in the Thursday morning job group at the fourth major championship of the year alongside the Korean superpower duo JY Ko and Jeongeun Lee6.
Without touching a club, Green's world ranking has been improved by four places to number 25 in the world and her quest to crack the top 10 continues from 8.36 a.m. local time (4.36 p.m. AEST) on Thursday.
The former state teammate of Western Australia and Green, Minjee Lee, is on their own world ranking, the World Nr. 4 at a striking distance from the first place this week in Evian.
Lee leaves Thursday at 12:16 PM (8:16 PM AEST), alongside American World No.3 Lexi Thompson and World No.1 Sung Hyun Park.
Victoria & # 39; s Su Oh is the next Australian on course at 1:44 PM (9:44 PM AEST) with Mi Jung Hur from South Korea and the recent British amateur champion Emily Toy from England.
Two groups further back is World No.97 Katherine Kirk at 2:06 pm (10:06 pm AEST) with the American duo Ally McDonald and Emma Talley.
Sarah Kemp is the last of the five Australians to turn out on Thursday, the Sydneysider at 2.17 pm (10:17 am AEST) with Mi Hyang Lee and Swede Madelene Sagstrom.
All four rounds are live and on request at Kayo Sports and Fox Sports 503.