The Australian Summer of Golf will continue this week at the Brisbane Golf Club, but the 2018 Isuzu Queensland Open marks the start of two promising professional careers
Shae Wools-Cobb and Doug Klein from Maroochy River may be on the road in their pro career, but as Victorian Zach Murray proved last week in Perth, no job is too big for Australia's young guns.
Wools-Cobb reached its climax in 24th place in the World Amateur Golf Rankings and after reaching his number one goal by representing Australia during the Eisenhower Cup in Ireland this year, the 22-year-old is ready to join at pay-for-play ranks
Klein suggested the Isuzu Queensland Open weeks ago as the place to make his professional debut and he said goodbye to his amateur career with a bang.
The 20-year-old from Redcliffe won the prestigious Keperra Bowl with a stroke and will do everything to wear that form to this week before attacking pre-qualifying matches and Q-School in the second half of this year.
Follow all the action of Brisbane Golf Club this week on www.qldopen.com.au.