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The next generation Asian-Pacific female talent is this morning away at Glenelg Golf Club.
On a beautifully presented course, but with a challenging early morning breeze, 41 of the best up-and-coming talent in the region have started the 54-hole tournament to see which nation will be crowned champion.
Although there is an individual competition, it remains very subordinate to the team event. Each country uses its two best stroke scores for each of the three rounds to determine a winner on Friday afternoon.
Korea, champion 11 of the last 12 editions of the Queen Sirikit Cup, will again be a favorite next to neighboring Japan and the emerging Thai team.
The host country will be represented by Doey Choi, Steph Kyriacou and Julienne Soo.