Lucas Herbert returns to the golf course on Monday to play in Victoria's new event the Sandbelt Invitational.
The event will be played over four days at four different Melbourne sandbelt courses and brings together some of the best male and female players in the country.
The tournament is for professionals and amateurs, with Herbert, who will be ranked 41st in the world on the end of year golf rankings, the headline act alongside tournament founder and US Open champion, Geoff Ogilvy.
"This has been a dream of ours for some time and we hope it will grow into one of the most significant tournaments in the country," Ogilvy said.
Day one on Monday is at Kingston Heath, with Royal Melbourne to host the second day on Tuesday.
The tournament moves to Yarra Yarra on Wednesday before Peninsula Kingswood South Course hosts the final day on Thursday.
Other leading players in the field include, Su Oh, Nick O'Hern, Elvis Smylie, Matt Griffin and Sarah Kemp.
The Sandbelt Invitational is Herbert's final event in a remarkable 2021 season.
The 26-year-old won the Irish Open on the European Tour and the Bermuda Championship on the PGA Tour.
After Christmas he travels to Hawaii for two events on the PGA Tour in early January.
The Neangar Park product will make his US Masters debut at Augusta in April.
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